Concert in Waldbühne: Udo Lindenberg is coming to Berlin for two concerts – what do I need to know?


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“Utopium” is the name of Udo Lindenberg’s current tour after the new album “Utopium – Das Beste” was released in May. After the start of the tour in Schwerin on May 24 and various stops throughout Germany, most recently on Monday and Tuesday in Hamburg, the bard now comes to Friday and Saturday in Berlin forest scene. The next tour dates are Munich (July 5) and Mannheim (July 9/10). The tour includes a total of 16 concerts.

Are there any tickets yet?

Both Berlin concerts are sold out – even though an additional concert is scheduled after 100,000 tickets have already been pre-sold. The longing is obviously great after Udo’s three years of abstinence. Who really wants to go: To concerts in Manheim and Munich tickets are still available from Wednesday (29.6.).



Start of the tour: Udo Lindenberg takes the stage during the first concert of the new tour Udopium Live 2022 in the sports and congress hall. After a mandatory break in Corona, the 76-year-old musician goes on tour again. In total, 21 concerts are planned from May to July 2022.
© Photo: Jens Büttner / dpa

What’s the best way to get to the concert?

Parking spaces are limited in the vicinity of Waldbühne. Therefore, we recommend arriving by public transport. FROM Lines S3 or S9 go to Pichelsberg city rail station. From there it is a 10-minute walk to the Waldbühne. FROM U2 lines achieve it Olympiastadion metro station. From there it is a 20-minute walk to the Waldbühne. If you are coming by car, you have paid parking lot P07 for disposal. To do this, use the access road via Passenheimer Straße (leaving Heerstraße). Find out more about parking here.

What can i take?

Relatively strict rules apply at Waldbühne in Berlin: Only handbagsthe largest side of which is max. DIN A4 (21.0 x 29.7 cm). Bags can be returned on site for a fee of 5 euros per item. hold umbrellas are not allowed – please use rain ponchos or tots. One is allowed per person soft drink up to 0.5 liters in Tetra Pak or PET, seat cushion and blanket (armpit> no extra pocket). meal cannot be brought. Experience has shown that checks take a little longer, so it is important to be on time: admission is closed 18:00concerts start at 20:00.

What’s on the set list?

At previous concerts it was the best, from “Honky Tonky Show” through “Cello” to “Reeperbahn” and “Alles Klar auf der Andrea Doria” and of course “Special Train to Pankow” could not be missing. Lindenberg also had political statements, with the songs “Why are there wars” and “We go to peace”.

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It is a monumental spectacle with the participation of 150 participants, a panic orchestra, a children’s choir, dancers and singers, a light dome and lasers. On Monday and Tuesday in Hamburg, Clueso was a guest star and Otto Waalkes a surprise, perhaps as a thank you for Lindenberg’s laudation for him at the 2022 Lower Saxony State Award – let’s see who will be in Berlin.

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How can I prepare?

Listening to the current album is definitely not bad – Lindenberg also plays some new songs at concerts. You can download it from various streaming sites. For those looking to delve deeper, NDR currently has a documentary about Udo Lindenberg worth seeing, Susanne Gliffe and Coco Quast, in the media library. On July 18, the famous biography of Hermine Huntgeburth “Udo Lindenberg – Mach dein Ding” from 2021 will be shown at ARD, thanks to which the relatively little-known actor Jan Bülow suddenly made famous. And don’t forget: Udo Lindenberg also took part in last year’s crime scene in Hamburg “Everything Comes Back” and contributed to the creation of music. This movie can also be seen in the media library.

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