Jason Derulo will perform at Ischgl this winter
This winter, the popular Austrian ski resort of Ischgl will kick off the 2018/19 ski season with another one of their popular Top of the Mountain concerts. Following on the heels of Helene Fischer, who debuted the 2017/18 ski season, pop star Jason Derulo is slated to send his music reverberating around the hills of the Silvretta Arena this November. The American artist will entertain thousands of skiers and snowboarders with his R&B hits at Ischgl’s open-air stage on November 24, 2018. Don’t miss this opportunity for live beats and a wicked atmosphere at one of the best ski resorts in the Alps!
One of the biggest names in R&B and pop charts today, singer-songwriter Jason Derulo will perform at Ischgl at 6pm on November 24, 2018 at this winter’s first Top of the Mountain concert. A festive mood is guaranteed, with smash hits such as ‘Talk Dirty’ and ‘Trumpet’, among others. You won’t be able to resist dancing and singing along!
You can buy a one-day lift pass including entry to the concert for just 65 euros. Likewise, if you’ve already bought a season’s pass or a multi-day ski pass for Ischgl/Samnaun, you’ll enjoy free entry to the concert. Tickets can be purchased in advance at www.ischgl.com. Purchase of a combination ski pass + concert ticket will be possible as of November 19 at the Silvrettabahn ticket office.
Jason Derulo first rose to fame thanks to his collaborative efforts with well-known artists such as Lil Wayne, Pitbull and Diddy. 2 billion views on Youtube, 1 billion plays on Spotify, 11 platinum singles and 20 million social media followers speak for themselves: this is one of the hottest artists of his generation! His 2014 album Talk Dirty contained 5 singles that went platinum, an amazing feat for an emerging artist. And he writes his own songs, folks – Derulo was also named Songwriter of the Year in 2011.
The Silvretta Arena Ischgl-Samnaun boasts 238km of slopes for skiing and snowboarding, reaching all the way from Ischgl in Austria to Samnaun in Switzerland. Thanks to the high-altitude slopes (ranging from 1400m to 2900m), the ski resort also enjoys guaranteed snow and a long ski season. Slopes open on November 22nd this year and are scheduled to be open until May 1, 2019. Après-ski fans will find an attractive night scene on offer.
Born and raised in the ski paradise of Vancouver, Canada, I learned to ski before I can remember, balancing precariously on my parents’ skis as they sailed down the hill. I started snowboarding in my teens and am now delighted to be exploring everything Europe’s ski scene has to offer!
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