The music festival LIVE is LIFE is warming up
In January 2020 the organising committee around the LIVE is LIFE music festival Arosa Lenzerheide was finally allowed to communicate the line-up with all national and international stars. But that's not all: To shorten the waiting time until the festival for all fans and live music lovers, the Pre Concerts will be launched for the first time in 2020.
At the Pre Concerts on 15 February in Arosa and 22 February in Lenzerheide, you can already get a taste of LIVE is LIFE air.
The LIVE is LIFE music festival is getting closer and closer, but the organising committee around president Giancarlo Pallioppi can't help but take a breath of air and already in February they will be spreading a lot of groove, dance and exuberance on both sides of the mountain. «The two valleys are just as hot as we are, so it's finally time to get going,» says Giancarlo Pallioppi. With the band Klischée, the music festival has found a festival pre-opener in a class of its own. The Swiss electro swing band rocks at the two pre-concerts Arosa Lenzerheide with their very own lightness and will leave no dance leg alone.
The first pre-concert will take place on 15 February 2020 at 02.30 pm at the Brüggerstuba Arosa, while a week later, on 22 February 2020, at 10.30 pm at the Hotel Schweizerhof in Lenzerheide, there will be a double bill. Those who have already obtained their festival pass for CHF 60.00 by then can attend these concerts for free with the LIVE is LIFE sticker tattoo. Those who have not yet obtained their festival pass can do so at the box office and buy the festival pass incl. the pre-concert or just buy the entrance for the pre-concert for CHF 15.00.
From April 3 to 5, 2020 the LIVE is LIFE Music Festival will then present the full line-up. From A for Akina McKenzie to C for Crimer, to S for Stefanie Heinzmann Trio or Stress to Y for Yokko, the snow sports area and evening locations will be filled with music and many happy concert visitors. The programme for the already communicated line-up will follow at the beginning of March together with a clearly arranged festival guide. Until then, it will be exciting to see which band will play on which small or not so small stage.