Trauffer rocks the Letzigrund stadium in Zurich with the Büetzer Buebe.
Music critics despised her, and the general public revered her: Yesterday, Friday, the first huge show of the Büetzer Buebe took place at the completely sold-out Letzigrund Stadium in Zurich. “I am tired of being sick,” Gula, 54, said happily as a salute. “Let’s celebrate the biggest dialect rock festival ever,” says fellow bandmate Mark Traver (43). And we set off with the nickname “Büetzer Buebe”, followed by the hit “Friitig”.
Then quieter tones were struck, and Gölä hit the vocal chords and sang the old love song “Keini Täne meh”. Trauffer also reaches his solo ballroom, throwing the gig with the hit “Frl. Marty” among the audience, over 40,000 enthusiastic fans.
“That would be awesome!”: Büetzer Buebe’s anticipation was too great(01:07)
The show also contains jokes: Gölä leads the podium in a Harley, followed by Trauffer on a moped. The popular song “John Deere” pulls the audience out of their seats.
Then the surprise guest: DJ Antoine (47) drives on an oversized desk, I sing “Ma Chérie” from Bernese Oberland. It’s incredible standing here, that’s what Trauffer is so excited about. In fact, it’s almost realistic that the Bernese Oberlanders will be the first ever Swiss band to fill in for the Letzigrund in Zurich.
Büetzer Buebe before the huge concert: “This day has finally come.”(04:50)
“Rubber” for the heart
Towards the end of the evening, Gölä lit his hit fireworks: “Swan,” “Indianer,” and “I hätt no viu stupid ta” under your skin. Double Traver After: “Heitereflagge,” a hymn to Homeland, sings the entire stadium. The Büetzer Buebe gives the “rubber” to the heart.
Whatever happened with Gölä and Trauffer: with their songs about “Chrampfä, treui Meitschi und wildi Ross”, they made tens of thousands happy. Filling the Letzigrund Stadium twice is something no one will be able to emulate quickly.
Fun science, that was great, Büetz!
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