The Toy Dolls are living legends. For almost 40 years, the three wild fun punk bully boys have been travelling around the world with their political-critical messages. If you count the live albums and their "Best Of" records, the band has an incredible 50 releases. And the number of sweaty live concerts since their foundation can no longer be recorded.
The origin of the funny and loud trio lies in October 1979 in Sunderland in the North East of England. Even then the Toy Dolls mixed fun and punk with working class credibility and an almost cabaret-like live show. Their debut album "Dig That Groove Baby" from 1983 is regarded as one of the best punk albums of all time and has lost nothing of its freshness and impertinence over the years.
The seventh Toy Dolls album "Absurd Ditties" from 1993 is also considered a milestone in the history of punk. No wonder, the band can count on a big fanbase worldwide until today. This unbelievable fan loyalty and the inexhaustible energy is also reflected in the live shows: The ultra-thin frontman Olga likes to jump all over the stage in a superman costume and lets his fingers run over the neck of his guitar in the most impossible positions.
Songs like "Nellie The Elephant", "Dig that Groove baby", "Yul Brynner was a Skinhead" and "My Girlfriends Dad's a vicar" are equally celebrated by fans in Europe, overseas and also in Japan. And to bring the brute live experience back to the fans, the Toy Dolls go on tour again: After their three-year "The Tour After The Last One", which lasted until 2015, the British have charged the batteries and are ready to storm Switzerland.
Doors: 19:00 h Begin: 20:00 h End: 23:30 h
Age restriction: 16 years
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