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Herbert Grönemeyer Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
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Nono
June 7th 2023
Mega Stimmung, ganze 3 Stunden und 38 Songs lang gespielt. Herbi ist einfach Weltklasse. Nicht nur Sekundenglück, sondern Stundenglück!
Berlin, Germany@
Waldbühne Berlin
Albert
June 5th 2023
Wie immer großartig!
Leipzig, Germany@
Arena Leipzig
André
June 2nd 2023
Energiegeladen bis euphorisch, danke!
Zürich, Switzerland@
Hallenstadion
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About Herbert Grönemeyer

Herbert Grönemeyer (born April 12, 1956 in Göttingen) is a German musician and actor and is very popular in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. He starred as war correspondent Lieutenant Werner in Wolfgang Petersen's movie "Das Boot", but later concentrated on his musical career. His fifth album "4630 Bochum" (1984) was the best-selling German language record of all time. The title song is a tribute to the city of Bochum (with it's former zip code 4630), where Grönemeyer grew up and where he has the status of a local hero. Although born in Göttingen, Bochum is often called his hometown. In 2002 he achieved his first number one single with "Mensch" from the album of the same name, which was strongly influenced by the 1998 deaths of his wife Anna and brother Wilhelm (both dying within one week of cancer).

Herbert's forays into the English language have met with very little success as his typical lyrics, full of wordplay, proved impossible to translate well. He remains mostly unknown outside the German language countries.

He recently recorded the official anthem to the 2006 FIFA World Cup, 'Zeit, dass sich was dreht'. It topped the German charts for numerous weeks.

1974
Bochum, Germany
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Genres:
German, International, Pop

No upcoming shows in your city
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Live Photos of Herbert Grönemeyer

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Herbert Grönemeyer's tour

Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Nono
June 7th 2023
Mega Stimmung, ganze 3 Stunden und 38 Songs lang gespielt. Herbi ist einfach Weltklasse. Nicht nur Sekundenglück, sondern Stundenglück!
Berlin, Germany@
Waldbühne Berlin
Albert
June 5th 2023
Wie immer großartig!
Leipzig, Germany@
Arena Leipzig
André
June 2nd 2023
Energiegeladen bis euphorisch, danke!
Zürich, Switzerland@
Hallenstadion
View More Fan Reviews

About Herbert Grönemeyer

Herbert Grönemeyer (born April 12, 1956 in Göttingen) is a German musician and actor and is very popular in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. He starred as war correspondent Lieutenant Werner in Wolfgang Petersen's movie "Das Boot", but later concentrated on his musical career. His fifth album "4630 Bochum" (1984) was the best-selling German language record of all time. The title song is a tribute to the city of Bochum (with it's former zip code 4630), where Grönemeyer grew up and where he has the status of a local hero. Although born in Göttingen, Bochum is often called his hometown. In 2002 he achieved his first number one single with "Mensch" from the album of the same name, which was strongly influenced by the 1998 deaths of his wife Anna and brother Wilhelm (both dying within one week of cancer).

Herbert's forays into the English language have met with very little success as his typical lyrics, full of wordplay, proved impossible to translate well. He remains mostly unknown outside the German language countries.

He recently recorded the official anthem to the 2006 FIFA World Cup, 'Zeit, dass sich was dreht'. It topped the German charts for numerous weeks.

1974
Bochum, Germany
Show More
Genres:
German, International, Pop

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