As of today (April 17), the dates and mottos for ZDF's “TV Garden” have been set, but the station has yet to reveal who will be celebrating with Andrea Kiewel.

The starting shot for the new season of ZDF's “Fernsehengarten” will be given on May 5. Andrea Kiewel invites you to the first of 20 live shows in the open air with the motto “Happy Garden!”

The station has not yet announced who will be celebrating with him – not on the show previews or on the ticket service where viewers can buy tickets for the shows.

However, one of the invited artists has “knocked out”: singer Sonia Liebing published her schedule on Instagram a few days ago. As a result, he will not only take part in MDR's Spring Awakening (May 9), but also in “Fernsehgarten” – the May 19 show. The “flea market” will take place again this Sunday.

ZDF wants to surprise TV garden fans

Bernhard Brink, who will release a new album in May, is also a potential candidate to perform with Andrea Kiewel. In an interview with schlager.de, he said that he would of course do a lot of television after the launch [werde]. From 'ZDF-Fernsehengarten' to 'Always on Sundays', certainly also as part of the 'Giovanni Zarrella Show'.” Other artists will certainly also use the opportunity to present new CDs.

“Teleaed” was broadcast for the first time on June 29, 1986, then Ilona Christen moderated. In 2014, ZDF TV Garden entered the Guinness Book of Records as the longest-running outdoor entertainment program. Andrea Kiewel hosted the show from 2000 to 2007. In 2009, he took charge again and replaced his replacement, Ernst-Marcus Thomas.

Andrea Kiewel herself recently reported from Tel Aviv, where she has lived with her partner for many years, and how she experienced the Iranian regime's attack on Israel. “It was the longest night of my life. “I kept wishing that it would end quickly and at the same time I was afraid that it would all end,” Kiewel told “Bild”.

This article “Kiwi guests are still secret – with one exception” was originally from TV Spielfilm.

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