Helmut Lotti & The Golden Symphonic Orchestra

Helmut Lotti is a wanderer between worlds. For more than 25 years he has been successfully overcoming all genre and cultural boundaries as an innovative music ambassador. The international star has received numerous awards, including the Golden Camera and two ECHO Awards. He sang duets with Andrea Bocelli, Montserrat Caballé, Eros Ramazzotti, Placido Domingo, Sarah Brightman and Cliff Richard. His albums have sold millions of copies and won numerous awards.


In 2016 Helmut Lotti celebrated his long-awaited return after a musical break with "The Comeback Album".

The highly acclaimed and successful comeback tour took Helmut Lotti and his Golden Symphonic Orchestra to numerous concerts in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Scandinavia, including more than 50 in Germany alone.

 Lotti is currently working on his new album, which will be released by Sony Music in autumn 2018. And so the Belgian artist is very happy to announce the concert dates for 2019 with the new program to his fans already now.

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February 2019

Wiener Stadthalle

 Wiener Stadthalle is an indoor arena , located in the 15th district of Vienna, Austria . It was designed by Austrian architect Roland Rainer and built from 1953 to 1958 . The arena HAS to overall seating capacity of 16,000 people Approximately .

The arena Comprises 6 halls : A and B ( grammar school ), C (ice arena) , D ( main hall , mostly for concerts eg Metallica ), E ( for smaller events eg The Stehaufmandln ) & F ( for more intimate concerts eg Women's World Award). In 1974 , the additional Stadthallenbad , a public swimming pool , which built .

The arena hosts annual tennis tournament at , called Erste Bank Open and the show Holiday On Ice.
Many famous shows and artists played at the Wiener Stadthalle, spanning many different genres of music .

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