Beautiful new a cappella songs, satirical chorales in festive garb, an almost perfect Hammond organ parody, a man in a skirt and a very Finnish Finn who celebrates on stage every evening at least as much as her name base in the official residence Kesäranta - all this awaits you Spectators and fans when the curtain rises on the new and now 16th tour program of LaLeLu – a cappella comedy.
This new satirical program from the North German vocal quartet is incredibly courageous - musically and thematically, LaLeLu also has a lot of pressure on the kettle. The four vocal cord acrobats with a hilarious penchant for anarchy warn against unpredictable neighbors, stand up to ex-boyfriends and, on top of that, seriously set the Basic Law to music.
And since politics at the moment only continues to sour, hurt and soothe and now and then quietly scold, LaLeLu see it as their job and time anyway to celebrate the dialogue and, with their show, the division once and for all to defeat society. They even dare to shamelessly proclaim a new Willy Brandt.
And because all that isn't enough, Jan, Tobi, Sanna and Frank are already singing without electricity and are still making themselves heard with their unique musical cabaret of non-violent singing, gender-neutral dancing and sustainable satire: Everything done right!