Bushido is coming back to Germany’s stages. The popular rapper wants to play his “last tour” next year – in many German cities.
The self-proclaimed “King of German Rap” is returning to German concert halls. After eight long years, Bushido has announced its final tour for next year. From March 2024, fans will be able to see the rapper, who now lives with his family in Dubai, again in many German cities.
According to the tour plan, after the opening show on March 21, 2024 in the Merzedes-Benz-Arena in Berlin, the tour continues to Leipzig, Munich, Oberhausen, Frankfurt am Main and Cologne. Two stops abroad are also planned: Zurich and Esch-sur-Alzette (Luxembourg). Bushido will play the tour finale on April 14, 2024 in Hamburg’s Barclays Arena.
Farewell to Bushido as a live musician?
In addition to well-known rap hits such as “Sonnenbank Flavour”, “Forever Young” and “Everything will be fine”, fans can also look forward to lots of new songs. Bushido’s new album is scheduled to be released on February 9, 2024. Tickets for the concerts are already available at the usual ticket offices.
After the trial against the Berlin clan boss Arafat Abou-Chaker and the move to Dubai with his wife Anna-Maria Ferchichi and their children, next year’s tour is a kind of farewell gift to his fans. And maybe a little bit for Bushido itself. In the announcement, the rapper says: “I can’t wait to finally be on stage again. I’ve always loved playing live for my fans.”
What will happen next for the musician is still unclear. Maybe we’ll see him more often on TV screens in familiar formats in the future. In an interview with the radio station Kiss FM, Bushido recently said: “You can see the biggest ‘Sommerhaus der Stars’ fan sitting here in front of you. I love that, I want to go in there myself.”
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