Today, three years ago, was the first time ever I saw Tokio Hotel. That was in Hannover, on May 5, 2007. I bought the tickets for the concert shortly after Christmas 2006, only two weeks after I heard their songs for the first time… The trip was very eventful – one of those trips you will remember all your life but never repeat! The concert was fantastic and I’m happy that I had the chance to see Tokio Hotel for the first time in their own country.
Videos From Gothenburg
Here are some of my videos from the Tokio Hotel concert in Gothenburg: “Human Connect to Human”, “Pain of Love”, “Hey You” and more.
Videos From Stockholm
Here are some of my videos from the Tokio Hotel concert in Stockholm. “Noise”, “Pain of Love”, “Phantomrider” and more.
Photos From Gothenburg
My photos from the Tokio Hotel concert in Gothenburg.
Concert Report: Gothenburg
After two whole days of waiting in line, followed by concerts, during just one week it was actually really nice to have seats on the Gothenburg concert. The concert was very late – it didn’t start until just before 9 pm. But it was fantastic! The audience was much smaller than I had hoped, but there was still an amazing energy. It was cool to see everything on stage – that’s the major difference between having a seated or a standing ticket.
Photos From Stockholm
My photos from the Tokio Hotel concert in Stockholm.
Concert Report: Stockholm
Never again! I will never again wait in line like this in the middle of winter! (But I will probably do it again if there are no alternatives…) Half of the day was spent inside McDonald’s because it was so freezing cold. But it was still nice to hang out with other fans. And the evening didn’t just bring an amazing concert, but a M&G as well!
Videos From Brussels
Here are some videos from the Tokio Hotel concert in Brussels. “World Behind my Wall”, “Humanoid”, “Dogs Unleashed” and more.
Photos From Brussels
Here are my photos from the Tokio Hotel concert in Brussels.
Report from Brussels
Despite all the chaos surrounding the trip, the time in Brussels and the concert was fantastic! The day was okay, if you don’t think about the usual chaos during the queueing (the Belgian guards never seem to work out a system that works…). The concert was amazing – the stage was cool, the music was good and it was so fun to see Georg and Tom play instruments that we are not really used to see them play!