A live show from the empty Hallenstadion Zurich, broadcast on several channels. Well-known Swiss artists such as Loco Escrito, Seven, Marc Sway, Gotthard, Baze, Pablo Nouvelle, Heidi Happy, Claudio Zuccolini and many others are delivering entertainment to the parlor this weekend.
The corona virus brings many industries to their knees, including the entertainment industry. The two musicians Loco escrito and Seven are the initiators of this unique concert hopping event. You want to give Switzerland courage. With free engagements, they show that even in difficult times, beautiful music and entertainment moments are possible in the living room.
This is how the bands faced the challenge:
Nationwide live broadcast
The show lasts 24 hours non-stop Saturday, March 28 from 12 p.m. to Sunday March 29 at 1 p.m..
Check here when your favorite band is playing:
|LOCO ESCRITO||12.25 p.m.|
|HEIDI HAPPY||12.50 p.m.|
|MARC SWAY||1:10 p.m.|
|REVEREND BEAT MAN||1.40 p.m.|
|BABA SHRIMPS||2.10 p.m.|
|DAMIAN LYNN||2.20 p.m.|
|PASCAL GAMBONI||2.35 p.m.|
|GIANNI CSCHENETT||2.35 p.m.|
|MASSIMO GURINI||2.35 p.m.|
|JOHN DEAR||2:50 p.m.|
|LEA LU||3.15 p.m.|
|MELISSA BON||4.10 p.m.|
|STEPHAN EICHER||4.15 p.m.|
|SILVER BOX||4.20 p.m.|
|77 BOMBAY STREET||5.15 p.m.|
|RAY DRMA||5:35 p.m.|
|MOES ANTHILL||5:35 p.m.|
|KT GORIQUE||5.45 p.m.|
|DABU FANTASTIC||7.15 p.m.|
|LO & LEDUC||9:25 p.m.|
|ANDREA BIGNASCA||9:25 p.m.|
|BAZE & FABIAN M. MÜLLER||9.45 p.m.|
|IKAN HYU||10.45 p.m.|
|PAINTING / BUMBLEBEES||11:05 p.m.|
|TOMMY VERCETTI||11:05 p.m.|
|VERONICA FUSARO||11:20 p.m.|
|PANDA LUX||11:45 p.m.|
|CAMILLA SPARKSSS||00.15 a.m.|
|EKAT BORK||00.15 a.m.|
|MELISSA KASSAB||00.15 a.m.|
|EVELINN TROUBLE||00.15 a.m.|
|FLAVA & STEVENSON||00.35 a.m.|
|PABLO NOUVELLE||1:45 a.m.|
|PASCAL AUBERSON||03.40 a.m.|
|LUKIE WYNIGER A.K.A. UNCLE PENG PENG||3:55 a.m.|
|DJ FLINK||4:25 a.m.|
|DJ OK||6.20 a.m.|
|ZIBBZ & ERIC BLUM||07.10 a.m.|
|MICHAEL PATRICK KELLY & SEVEN||07.10 a.m.|
|CHRISTOPH GRAB’S REFLECTIONS||07.15 a.m.|
|NIK BÄRTSCH’S RONIN||07.50 a.m.|
|HENRIK BELDEN||8:05 a.m.|
|TOBIAS CARSHEY||8:10 a.m.|
|CAROLINE CHEVIN||8:40 a.m.|
|ANNA ROSSINELLI||8:55 a.m.|
|ALESSANDRA DONINELLI||9.10 a.m.|
|CHARLIE ROE||09.15 a.m.|
|GIGI MOTO||9.20 a.m.|
|JAMES GRUNTZ||9.40 a.m.|
|PHILIPP FANKHAUSER||10:10 a.m.|
|DIRTY SOUND MAGNET||10.50 a.m.|
|GJON’S TEARS||11.05 a.m.|
|CLAUDIO ZUCCOLINI||11.20 a.m.|
|ELIANE MÜLLER||11.30 a.m.|
(The times may vary)
Live music is the core of the program. Thanks to the SRF stations (SRF 3, SRF two) and the private stations (Radio24, Radio Argovia, Radio Pilatus, Radio FM1 and Radio32 as well as the TV station TV24) and RSI in Ticino live on radio and television partially transferred and on srf3.ch as well as on the website www.alleswirdgut.live, Link opens in a new window , Link opens in a new windowfully streamed.
The broadcast signal with picture and sound is provided free of charge for every Swiss media provider.
A co-initiator leads through the 24 hours Nik Hartmann and Judith Wernli (SRF 3) as well as Céline Werdelis (Radio24), Mira Weingart (Radio Pilatus) and Felix Unholz (Radio FM1) live from the empty Hallenstadion Zurich.
BAG guidelines are complied with
The program of all artists takes place decentrally in band rooms and living rooms and is virtually summarized in the Zurich Hallenstadion. The cameras in the Zurich Hallenstadion are remotely controlled, so that a minimum of personnel is guaranteed on site.
The health of the people involved has top priority and the requirements of the Federal Office of Public Health are strictly observed in this project.
Federal Council communication
Artists from all over the country meet digitally to entertain us all in an innovative way in these difficult times. The initiative “Everything will be fine” is the format in this extraordinary situation in which we have to stay at home. The artists give their performances in a very special place. Namely virtually in the empty Hallenstadion in Zurich.
To Federal Councilor Alain Berset: «With this campaign, the artists convey a very important message: It is not the time to meet as usual and enjoy life together. But this moment will come again. And we look forward to that. Until then, stay at home whenever possible. To protect yourself and others, especially the elderly and sick. And to protect our hospitals from overload. »