We are back – arrived in our home town of Zermatt – here where we feel comfortable. We have captured the most beautiful moments from the first weekend of the Zermatt Unplugged Summer Weekends for you here.

Now we know even more what we have been missing the last months. This feeling of familiarity and connectedness, this closeness to and from people, this delight in life and in live music. Zermatt in summer, it feels good and sounds good. Four days full of musical passion on the mountain and in the village are already behind us.

–the honest words of Skye of Morcheeba, who told of her nervousness and the challenging run to the Heinz Julen Loft on high heels.
–the friendships between the artists and the surprise performances like that of a Pat Burgener, who opened the festival with Marius Bear.
–the good vibes from the Mighty Oaks, who feel so at home in Zermatt that they first dash about the mountain scenery on their e-bikes.
–the gentle sounds and the warmth of Amistat, which can be felt from the Cervo down in the village.
–the guitar riffs of the Hermanos Gutiérrez, which resonate all through the beautiful setting at Chez Vrony.
–the tears of joy of the visitors and artists, touched by the atmosphere at the concerts.
–the flow and the French ease of an Oscar Anton, who not only moves with his voice.


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