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Jessie J I Samy Deluxe I Isaac Gracie I Tom Rosenthal I Jiggler & Sam Shure
Zermatt Unplugged, Zermatt:

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Marquee Stage

Jessie J is one of the UK’s most successful contemporary musicians: BRIT Award winner, platinum crowned for her debut album Who You Are, the song Price Tag with an incredible 600 million views on YouTube. Once again and completely unexpectedly for her, Jessie J broke boundaries last year.
A billion people made her the winner of the most popular singing competition in Asia, in which no artist from the West had ever participated. Extroverted, powerful, and very personal: We are looking forward to this extraordinary artist, to Jessie J unplugged – the promise of a concert full of great moments.

The Alex


“My career, my culture, my friends and my soul!” Samy Deluxe exuberantly welcomes his latest work, the album SaMTV Unplugged. The acoustic concert was recorded on a general cargo ship at the Port of Hamburg. Now Samy steers his crew into the high mountains to Zermatt Unplugged, because after the concerts of Max Herre, Die Fantastischen Vier, and Ms. Lauryn Hill word has gotten around there is superb rap on the Matterhorn. On the setlist are 34 songs from 11 albums – a journey through twenty years of Deutschrap, which has shaped Samy Deluxe like no other in formations like Dynamite Deluxe and ASD, with companions and particularly solo. Punchlines and tongue twisters of the highest ranks await us, poetry from the Hanseatic city, a concert for eternity.


British singer-songwriter Isaac Gracie is currently one of the most promising musical talents. With the song last words, uploaded to Soundcloud in 2015, the former choirboy and son of a lyricist appeared for the first time. And there was already great demand. The song was heard 100,000 times in a week. Songs like terrified or the death of you & i bear witness to high-pitched, soulful songwriting, sometimes wild then once again with heartache and emotional openness. In 2018, Gracie released his debut album flowers.



Jiggler is the solo project from Channel X. Since 2014 the DJ and producer is known by this pseudonym. But Jiggler is by no means a newcomer. He has been making music for 15 years. His sets are described as powerful, emotional and groovy. With Sam Shure, whose Arabic cultural character is particularly interesting, Jiggler sets the beat in the last long night of Zermatt Unplugged. If you hope to go to bed before dawn on the Matterhorn, you should avoid the Vernissage.

Sunnegga sessions

For those who love the playful side of life, for its melancholy and beauty, visit the Sunnegga Session with British singer-songwriter Tom Rosenthal. The musician appears for the first time in Switzerland. To experience him as a performer is a true rarity. Ever since his song Go Solo appeared in the soundtrack of the film Honig im Kopf (Head Full of Honey), the world wants to get to know Tom Rosenthal. Hence the Brit is on tour with his Sleepy Songs, which he has deliberately recorded softly for the album Z-Sides. An interesting antic, poetic and beautiful, a gentle winter soundtrack.

Mont Cervin Palace


The world-famous Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club returns to Zermatt Unplugged for a fifth year in celebration of the club’s 60th anniversary in 2019. Join the sensational house band The Ronnie Scott’s All Stars at a pop-up jazz club for a very special five-night run at the Mont Cervin Palace. Enjoy an excellent three-course dinner as the All Stars take you on a journey through the last 60 years of jazz music, exploring the stories and music behind the of London’s most iconic jazz club. Featuring some of the UK’s finest jazz musicians and special guests (to be announced), it will be a night you will not want to miss.

Winkelmatten Chapel

From Silence is the essence of Bruno Bieri & Lionius Treikauskas. In the Winkelmatten chapel the musicians make the silence audible with their voice, cello, handpan, and alphorn. Their own compositions tell stories between mountain peaks and depths of valleys. They play songs with and without words, let cheerful shouts and shouts of cheer sound, inspired by wind and weather. Voices echo in the majestic sound of the Alps. From tranquility, a concert develops with power, sound, and mischief – unplugged.