Mark Forster: Fan Zoff after the concert – “Were disappointed”
finally can Mark Forster play live in front of an audience again. After the long break caused by Corona, the “The Voice of Germany” star is now back on stage regularly and can do what he enjoys the most.
But not every visitor to his concerts seems to be able to share this euphoria. On the net report after an appearance by Mark Forster disappointed fans have their say.
Mark Forster gives a concert on Rügen – not everyone likes it
Mark Forster has been documenting his Open Air Tour 2022 on Instagram for almost two months. After each performance, he shares a short recap of the event and thanks his fans for their support.
The 39-year-old recently made a stop in Sellin, a municipality on the island of Rügen, as part of his tour. “A day at the sea… Thank you!” Says Mark Forster about the concert.
In the comments, the fans are now reminiscing. “It was the best day,” writes one of them. Another adds: “It was a super good mood.” But there is also criticism for Mark Forster.
Three exciting facts about Mark Forster:
- His mother is from Poland and calls him Marek
- In 2012 he released his first single “Auf dem Weg” and his debut album “Karton”
- He has been a coach on “The Voice of Germany” since 2017 – in the offshoot “The Voice Kids” he was a member of the jury alongside Lena Meyer-Landrut
Fan severely criticizes the singer: “Mark Forster seemed very unfocused”
A concert visitor reports on a rather sobering evening in Sellin: “We were there too and have to say that we were disappointed. We were missing a screen and it took forever for him to perform. We felt like we were buying time.” Oh dear, Mark Forster certainly didn’t intend that.
But the woman doesn’t seem to be the only frustrated visitor. “We were disappointed too. Mark also seemed very unfocused, ”replies another fan to the comment.
However, if you look at the contributions of the other viewers, the majority of the fans seem to be enthusiastic. You can never please everyone.
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Recently, Mark Forster and singer Lena Meyer-Landrut received a heavy rebuff: HERE they are no longer allowed to perform.