André Rieu - Live in Maastricht

3 nights from £409


After a hugely successful series of Christmas concerts in 2019, the King of Waltz and his 60-piece Johann Strauss Orchestra will return to his hometown of Maastricht in 2022 for a magical and fun-filled afternoon. With his world-famous repertoire of romantic waltzes and moving ballads, André Rieu dazzles audiences with a witty showmanship like no other.

In one of his most lavish settings to date, an enchanting Winter Wonderland is recreated with snow, two ice rinks, sparkling lights, 150 stunning chandeliers and over 50 Venetian candelabras, as well as a charming Christmas Market offering tasty treats! Soak up the festive atmosphere and sing along to famous Christmas songs and carols such as Holy Night, Sleigh Ride and Jingle Bells during this truly memorable concert. We combine this ultimate homecoming with a visit to the enchanting Antwerp Christmas Market – the perfect way to get into the festive spirit. more

We’ll stay at a selected 3 or 4-star hotel in Belgium, Germany or the Netherlands. All rooms are en suite and facilities include a bar and restaurant.

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This tour is operated by Just Go Holidays

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