Munich (dpa/lby) - Wet and merry hits: It's supposed to rain on the day of Helene Fischer's big open-air concert at the exhibition center in Munich on Saturday of all days. The organizers rejected reports that the star's appearance might have to be canceled due to bad weather. A rejection is not in the room. "From the current perspective, there is no reason to panic," said the Leutgeb Entertainment Group on Friday.
The concert organizer relied on a team of meteorologists and experts - they evaluated the weather situation on an ongoing basis. "We can expect rather unstable April weather with possible rain showers, sometimes even sunshine but no thunderstorms," the spokesman quoted their forecast as saying.
According to Leutgeb Entertainment, rehearsals only had to be interrupted for around 30 minutes on Thursday because a thunderstorm was brewing near the exhibition center. But after that it went straight on. Other media had previously reported about it.