Berlin concert: Amy MacDonald live 2022 – what fans should know

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Amy MacDonald live in Berlin 2022 – what fans should know

Concert: Amy MacDonald will perform in Berlin on March 13, 2022.

Picture: Sebastian Scherer / BM

Amy MacDonald comes to Berlin for the concert on March 13, 2022. All information about the concert, tickets and date.

Amy MacDonald returns: In the spring of 2022, the Scottish singer will go on a tour in Germany and will come to the capital for a concert on March 13, 2022. For her performance in Berlin, Amy MacDonald has songs from her current album “The Human Demands” which was released in October 2020, and of course a selection of her most popular hits such as “Spark”, “Mr. Rock’n ‘Roll ”and“ This is Life ”.

Amy Elizabeth Mcdonald started playing guitar at an early age in her hometown of Bishopbriggs, Scotland. After her breakthrough in 2007, she reached the top of the European charts with her first four albums and is now considered one of the most successful solo artists in the world – with over six million albums sold and concerts in front of over 3.3 million viewers.

Corona: The original date had to be postponed

The Berlin concert was originally scheduled for April 30, 2021. As this date could not be held, the new concert date is March 13, 2022.

Are the tickets still valid?

Of course yes. On the organizer’s website it says: “Purchased tickets remain valid”.

Where will Amy MacDonald perform?

The concert will be held at Max-Schmeling-Halle (Am Falkplatz 1, 10437 Berlin).

Are there any tickets for the show yet?

Yes, tickets for Amy MacDonald’s concert in Berlin at Max-Schmeling-Halle are still available. Fans should, however, hurry. Tickets can be purchased in advance on the organizer’s website (from 56.50 EUR plus fees).

When does it start?

Admission begins on Sunday (March 13, 2022) at 6:30 PM. The show starts around 20:00.

What songs will Amy MacDonald play in Berlin?

Of course, the set list of her Max-Schmeling-Halle concert may vary, but these are the songs that Amy MacDonald played at her October 2021 show in London:

  1. We can be much more
  2. Hudson
  3. Mr. Rock and Roll
  4. dream about
  5. Automatic
  6. Man’s demands
  7. Don’t tell me it’s over
  8. bridges
  9. Slow
  10. 4th of July
  11. Feed my fire
  12. run
  13. Poison prince
  14. statues
  15. This is the life


  1. It’s never too late
  2. Over the water
  3. Let’s start the team

how to get there

The Max-Schmeling-Halle is located in Prenzlauer Berg in the district of Pankow, in the immediate vicinity of Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark and the Mauerpark. The main entrance is in the extension of the Gaudystraße in front of Falkplatz. As there are hardly any parking spaces nearby, it is recommended to travel by public transport. The nearest railway stations are the Eberswalder Straße (U2) underground station and the Schönhauser Allee S-Bahn station (S41, S42, S8, S85). Moreover, the tram stations Milastraße (M1) and Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn Sportpark (M10) are about 600 meters away.

Is there a hygiene concept at Max-Schmeling-Halle?

Max-Schmeling-Halle introduced a number of preventive measures during the Covid pandemic. Please check the current hygiene rules well in advance of your visit.

Here you will find the latest information on the Max-Schmeling-Halle hygiene concept

Overall: If you feel sick or have symptoms suggestive of Covid-19, stay home!

Is Max-Schmeling-Halle barrier-free?

Yes, she is. There are spaces for wheelchair users and wheelchair companions in Max-Schmeling-Halle. The paths to the squares, food stands and adequately equipped toilets are designed to be barrier-free. Depending on the event situation, parking spaces can be booked.

More information on the admission rules at Max-Schmeling-Halle can be found at

Amy MacDonald lives in Max-Schmeling-Halle, Sunday, March 13, 2022, admission 6:30 PM; the concert starts at 20:00; Am Falkplatz 1, 10437 Berlin

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