The eleventh edition of Zermatt Unplugged is over. We look back on five days full of unforgettable experiences and encounters.

Great that you were there

☆ when Norah Jones graced the Matterhorn and
☆ Jack Savoretti received a standing ovation only after half into his set.
☆ as 14 newcomer bands from Italy, Germany, Great Britain and Switzerland played key roles between international top acts and the most beautiful Swiss mountains.
☆ when Ronnie Scott's All Stars played the most extreme Extreme Jazz on the Gandegghütte at minus 15 degrees.
☆ as the Jam Session at Mont Cervin Palace became an exciting musical merry-go-round of young artists and headliners.
☆ whilst cervelat sausage grilling around the campfire in the Taste Village and talking for hours with a view of the Matterhorn and good acoustic music.
75 concerts on 14 stages, 14 parties, Pop Up acts, and a farewell brunch at a festival site that can hardly be compared with.

The Zermatt Unplugged Team would like to thank all sponsors and partners and especially the steadily growing number of volunteers, without whom the festival could not take place.

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