So, have you all been good? Hopefully you have, because this evening at the 17th Ischgl Krampuslauf procession, the Krampus are out and about and up to mischief once more. But who is actually behind those masks and costumes which scare us so much? Christian Jäger, 25, ski instructor, for one.
Jason Derulo was in the valley, and it was an incredible concert. The 20 000 fans who swarmed to the Top of the Mountain Concert obviously agreed – and shared the most amazing moments on Instagram. With posts like our Instagrammer of the Week.
Jason Derulo will be live on our show stage this evening. What kind of person is he? We need to find out – ideally by asking him directly:
Jason Derulo is a superstar. His hits such as “Colors” storm the charts, he fills stadiums and huge halls all around the world – and he’s in the Silvretta Arena on 24 November. Everyone knows him. But here are 5 things which you didn’t know about Jason Derulo til now.
The start of the season is almost upon us, finally kicking off in just a few days now. Because anticipation is a thing of joy, Trisanna gives you a little overview of all the best events in the coming weeks – beyond the slopes.
Every season is the sum total of moments which were perfect, challenging, always unique. Trisanna shows the moments as they were captured on Facebook: Ischgl at its most beautiful.
They’re four friends from South London, and they’re called BΔSTILLE (that’s the original spelling) because singer Dan Smith was born on 14 July – France’s national holiday, the day of the legendary “storming of the Bastille.” On 22 April, they’re playing at the Spring Snow Festival at the Alp Trida. Trisanna has five facts – and the ten best songs.
There’s only a few days now to the highlight of the season on Idalp. On Saturday 28 April, Helene Fischer will perform before a crowd that may well break all the records. Trisanna knows why: here are the pop sensation’s ten most popular songs.
Unusual, wonderful, thought-provoking, funny, crazy moments: all caught by Ischgl’s holidaymakers with their smartphones. Trisanna has found the top ten posts of the season on Instagram. Ten Ischgl moments we’ll always remember.
A highlight in Kappl: Vanessa Mai is playing an open air concert in the middle of the ski area. Trisanna has ten facts which you need to know about the new star of pop – and the ten best songs to listen to, before and after.
First things first: on 1 April, the German pop star is playing in Ischgl. His first concert on the mountain, Top of the Mountain. You can find other interesting facts about him here. And as a bonus, our top ten songs by the likeable singer from Karslruhe.
Partied hard? Drunk too much? Had fun? Trisanna has a couple of tips to help the aftermath of yesterday’s party vanish into thin air.
And Trisanna brings you the right music for it: the five best surfing songs. So that you can hear the right grooves in Ischgl’s snow park. Photo by Philipp Horak.
For all of you who can’t celebrate the start of the 2017/2018 season with Andrea Berg and 20,000 fans in Ischgl at the weekend, Trisanna has compiled a list of Andrea Berg’s eleven most moving songs.
Anyone who has ever celebrated anything in Paznaun knows these three men and their friendly smiles. Their names are Norbert, Werner and Gottlieb, and together they are “Paznaunerklang”, the band for any occasion. The three Paznaun locals sing their greatest hit for Trisanna: “Im Paznaun gibt’s koan Zaun” (“There’s no fence in Paznaun). Just click and enjoy.
When Zucchero makes a guest appearance on the Idalp on Sunday, it will be hot. Italian pop music has a very special effect on us, after all. Trisanna presents twelve of the best Italian hits, in preparation for the open air concert in Ischgl.
Get the right feeling for the first day of the holidays with our list of the best songs about snow (more or less). Follow TRISANNA on Apple Music or directly here on Spotify:
TRISANNA has found the top ten reasons to leave your ski boots behind and get straight on down to the dance floor. No excuses, now – the countdown has started! 10, 9 , 8, …