Hits guaranteed on the “Reparatur” tour

Support Holza


To the (pop) point

JOSH. always gets to the point, which is also reflected in his memorable stage name that he has borne since his school days. But the Vienna-born performer would probably still have made it to the top using his real name – Johannes Sumpich. After all, the man behind hits such as “Cordula Grün” and “Expresso & Tschianti” simply has a flair for writing catchy tunes. It’s no wonder that his third album “Reparatur”, released in September 2023, went straight in at number 1 in the charts.

However, on-air success was not enough for the multiple Amadeus Award winner: JOSH. loves getting up close and personal with his audience and simply couldn’t wait to go on a “Reparatur” tour with his band, which will also support him on the brand new Tanzcafé festival stage in St. Anton. He will not only perform new songs such as “Martina”, “Ich gehör repariert”, “Nur nicht von Dir” and “Liebe mit Frühstück”, but of course also has some old favourites up his sleeve.

The audience can look forward to plenty of JOSH. with his catchy melodies and language-loving lyrics. And to a band that is eager to put on an unforgettable concert experience for fans. There’s no doubt about it – it’ll be a hit!


DJ Support: Der Alte

Support: HOLZA

Anything but taciturn

“Kummowa” is not only the life motto adopted by multi-instrumentalist HOLZA, but it is also the name of the debut album by this fun-loving Lower Austrian, who is as much of a dab hand at the accordion as he is at the guitar, piano and drums. But the musician also makes the most of his voice and is anything but lazy with this additional instrument. 

He combines reggae beats with dancehall, folk and alpine pop in a relaxed yet easy-going manner, while inspiring his audiences with ambiguous lyrics, self-irony and plenty of humour. Holza wants to embrace life and convey this sentiment in a tangible way.

On his tracks, he sings away the stresses of everyday life, calls for an all-encompassing feel-good time with friends and family, and even pokes fun at grumpy compatriots with a cheeky wink. This results in feel-good pop at its best, which is twice as much fun live. Holza really comes into his own in front of an audience. 



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