Naomi Lareine – TOPOFF – 04.11.2022

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  • Interlaken
  • 04.11.2022More dates
  • 20:00 - 22:00
"SRF 3 Best Talent" Naomi Lareine at the TOPOFF Restaurant and Cultural Centre in Interlaken
Friday, Nov. 4, 2022, 8 p.m. (rescheduled from Sept. 10, 2021)

SRF 3 celebrates Naomi Lareine as the new Swiss R'n'B queen. From insider tip to rising star it was only a small step. Naomi Lareine popped up in many a list of the country's most promising new acts at the start of 2019. The Zurich-based singer has delivered on all promises. She took credit for her debut EP "Unchained" and was ennobled as a freshly minted "SRF 3 Best Talent". Naomi Lareine brings with her quite an explosive mix: Neo-Soul, R'n'B, Electro-Pop and on top an incredibly smooth voice.

Rapper Stress is a fan and a kindred spirit. Lareine can be heard a whole three times on his last album "Sincèrement", in two songs even as a second main voice (Featuring). In 2019 a new world opened up for her as a newcomer: With only three songs in her luggage, she was not only on stage with Stress – for example in Gampel or at "Stars In Town" – but also performed solo at the "Royal Arena", at "Moon & Stars" and at the Gurtenfestival.

The Zurich musician with roots in Senegal, Mauritania and Switzerland is fully committed to success. She wants to reach the top and also take off abroad. She has the talent, the ambition, the will and the stamina.

From 7 pm the kitchen crew of the TOPOFF Restaurant will spoil you with hot and cold delicacies. Concert starts at 8 pm.

All dates

November 2022

General information

Access for disabled people
  • Suitable for wheelchairs
Price info

Admission price: CHF 25.–


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