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Black Eyed Peas To Close Winter Season in Ischgl


Ischgl Top of the Mountain Concert
Ischgl Top of the Mountain Concert 2023. Picture: Ski Paradise

In addition to a world-class ski resort and après ski, Ischgl has achieved enormous notoriety for its events, among which the Top of the Mountain Concert stands out. A concert with world-class figures that marks the beginning and end of the season and that year after year brings together thousands of people to enjoy music and skiing.


The Tyrolean ski resort has built a reputation for having the world's top superstars and this year it will not disappoint with the Black Eyed Peas performing at the grand finale of the Ischgl ski season 2023-2024 on April 30.


The Black Eyed Peas will play at the “Top of the Mountain Closing Concert” on the Idalp in Ischgl.
The Black Eyed Peas will close the Winter Season in Ischgl at the “Top of the Mountain Closing Concert”. Picture: @BEP

In an amazing alpine setting, Black Eyed Peas will bring the legendary stage to life with its unique performance to close the winter season in Ischgl.

Classics like “I Gotta Feeling” (1275 million streams on Spotify), “Where Is The Love?” or “Boom Boom Pow”. But newer hits like “Ritmo”, “Girl Like Me” and “Don't You Worry” are guaranteed to put visitors to Ischgl in a party mood and ensure unforgettable concert moments.

The Black Eyed Peas are an American musical group consisting of rappers will.i.am, apl.de.ap, and Taboo. They have developed into one of the most influential music groups of our era. With six GRAMMY® Awards in their trophy cabinet and impressive sales of 35 million albums and 120 million singles, they secured their place in music history. The band was recognized by Nielsen as the “second most downloaded group of all time” and was hailed as “Artist of the Decade” on the Billboard Hot 100.


The Top of the Mountain Closing Concert is the last of three concerts of the Spring Blanc event series in Ischgl, a colorful program full of culinary delights, and music on slopes as well as unforgettable spring skiing. Due to its high altitude, the slopes of the Silvretta Arena are open for winter guests until 1 May 2024 – snow guaranteed.


The Black Eyed Peas follows in the footsteps of a galaxy of superstars who have entertained skiers and boarders in the Austrian resort's traditional Top of the Mountain gig. Years ago, Ischgl decided to put its entire advertising and marketing budget into staging two massive concerts a year to open and close the winter season. Elton John was the first international star to feature in the Tirolean resort's now-famous season-closing concerts, back in April 1995. Since then, the resort has hosted Rod Stewart, Bob Dylan, Sting, Tina Turner, Diana Ross, Bon Jovi, Enrique Iglesias, Atomic Kitten, Peter Gabriel, The Corrs, Alanis Morissette, Lionel Richie, Pink, the Scissor Sisters, the Pussycat Dolls, Rihanna, Elton John again, Gabriella Cilmi, Leona Lewis, Kylie Minogue, Katy Perry, Alicia Keys, Gossip, The Killers, Roxette, Mariah Carey, The Scorpions, Deep Purple, Nickelback, Robbie Williams, James Blunt, Thirty Seconds to Mars, The Beach Boys, PUR, Zucchero, Jason Derulo, Lenny Kravitz, Simply Red, Kings of Leon, Sean Paul, George Ezra, Eros Ramazzotti, and Demi Lovato.


Eros Ramazzotti. Ischgl. Top of the Mountain Closing Concert. Picture: Ski Paradise
Eros Ramazzotti. Ischgl. Top of the Mountain Closing Concert. Picture: Ski Paradise

Ischgl is a true Ski Paradise in Tirol (Austria) with 239 km of perfectly groomed slopes, 45 lifts, and guaranteed snow from November to the beginning of May, thanks to the ski resort's high elevation and 1,100 snowmaking guns.

The modern lifts managed by the Silvretta Seilbahn AG Company offer a high level of comfort. Opened in January of 2014, with its 1,251 meters of difference in altitude, the 3-S Pardatschgratbahn in Ischgl is one of the biggest of its kind. The ascent from the valley up to the mountain station takes about nine minutes. A cable car of superlatives that forms the entry point to the Silvretta Arena together with the Fimbabahn and Silvrettabahn cable cars.

From Ischgl you can access the Silvretta Arena Ski Paradise, -the third-biggest ski resort in Tirol-, thanks to an alliance between two Companies (SilvrettaSeilbahn AG and BergbahnenSammaun AG) and two ski resorts (Ischgl-Sammaun) from two different countries (Switzerland-Austria).

A variety of pistes (20 blue, 40 red, and 25 black) and ski routes offer an opportunity for everyone, from beginners to experts looking for challenging pistes. Eleven is the name of the longest piste with approximately 11 kilometers from the top of the ski resort in Greitspitz (2,872 meters) to Ischgl village (1,400 meters).

15 mountain restaurants and ski huts, with Tyrolean specialties or international dishes, will complete a perfect day of skiing in Ischgl.

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