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Ischgl always has a big name playing its opening and closing concerts, and this May is no different, with Robbie Williams playing at the top of the mountain venue.

ischgl mountain top stage

As part of next years Swing Both Ways tour (is he trying to tell us something?) he will be taking his entire ‘Big Band’ to the Austrian ski resort of Ischgl, where the concert will mark the end of the skiing season.

A massive stage will be specially constructed at the top of the mountain. The concert will be at lunchtime on Saturday 3 May, when the slopes around the stage will still be deep in snow.

A crowd of 30,000, made up mostly of skiers and boarders, is expected for the concert – fans can attend by simply buying a ski-lift pass, the only way to get to the open air venue.

Andreas Steibl,  the tourist director of Ischgl, said: “We are delighted that Robbie has agreed to include our resort as part of his European tour.

“This is a very special season for us, as we celebrate 50 years since the first cable-car opened, and to get one of the world’s biggest stars to perform will be the perfect end to the winter. We consider it is a massive coup for us and we know that Robbie will put on a brilliant show.

Ischgl is at the western end of the Tirol, in the Paznaun Valley, and Robbie will perform against a backdrop of the Silvretta range of mountains.

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