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Manu Delago ReCyclingtour
Von Innsbruck nach Amsterdam: Manu Delago geht im Juni 2023 wieder auf ReCycling Tour
1500-kilometer bicycle concert tour in the spirit of sustainability.
Musician and composer Manu Delago and his band are pedaling hard again in early summer 2023. After the great success of his first ReCycling Tour, the internationally acclaimed percussionist and handpan pioneer is now going one step further: under the motto "From the Alps to the North Sea," the route will lead from Innsbruck via Munich, Frankfurt and Cologne to the bicycle city of Amsterdam this time, starting on June 1. On the way, the Tyrolean, who is currently nominated for a Grammy, and his band will play around 20 concerts.
All the musical instruments and equipment for the live performances will be transported on specially made bicycle trailers. In addition, the batteries for the electronic and lighting equipment can be charged on the road with solar panels. Throughout the tour, the ReCycling Tour crew pays attention to the use of sustainable products and materials. For accommodation and catering, we prefer to cooperate with regional producers and small businesses. Disposable and plastic containers are to be avoided at concerts, both backstage and in the audience area, and attention is to be paid to waste reduction in general. Concert visitors are encouraged to travel by public transport, on foot or by bicycle.
Like the ReCycling Tour in Austria in 2021, the week-long concert tour across Europe is intended to convey sustainability across the board. "It is important to us that the ReCycling Tour does not remain a one-day event. After all, procuring the bicycle trailers, solar panels and rechargeable batteries only makes sense if they are used over the long term," Delago emphasizes. The goal of the extraordinary tour is to inspire people worldwide to make their lives more environmentally friendly. New to the team is singer and multi-instrumentalist Isa Kurz, with whom Manu Delago has shared the stage for 15 years. She also contributed to the single "From the Alps to the North Sea", which will be released on April 12. After the approximately 1500-kilometer bike tour, it's back to Innsbruck by direct night train at the end of June. "With this, we also want to show that traveling across Europe is easy and comfortable by train."
Manu Delago (handpan, drums), Isa Kurz (violin, piano, vocals), Alois Eberl (trombone)
Electronica, Ambient, Neoklassik
concert hall Start 20:00 Doors 19:00
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