Their latest program has hit like a bomb: Bliss celebrate a huge success with "volljährig". That's why the five singers have decided to extend their tour. So good news for all those who haven't managed to get a ticket yet.
The five Bliss men have grown up, claim wicked tongues. But have the eternal child-heads really matured? In their latest program, they're right in the middle of life - and sometimes a little off.
The singers go back to a time when music came from cassette tapes, the mustache was ubiquitous and first love was still found in real life while spinning bottles and not digitally on Instagram. Mischievous and still slightly pubescent, Bliss opens the diary of 20 years of band history and relentlessly takes a look at himself.
The gentlemen pay respect to the musical heroes of their youth and blow the frontal attack on the drums and diaphragm of the audience. An entertainment show with cult potential, without regrets, but with a shot of nostalgia. Welcome to the review with a view.
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