Celebrate the 80s & 90s: Meet and Greet David Hasselhoff October 17

There's a meet and greet with David Hasselhoff and Samantha Fox in the Netherlands October 17, but only those who have purchased tickets to the show are eligible to attend. Check out their event page and important update to the meet and greet.Facebook event to Meet and Greet in the Netherlands, October 17

David Hasselhoff Accepts the Ice Bucket Challenge

Yesterday during the Celebrate the 80s and 90s concert in Hungary, David Hasselhoff accepted the Ice Bucket Challenge. He's been nominated by many fans, groups, and even the Baywatch cast. Take a look.Check Acceleration's Facebook for the video!

Ice Bucket Challenge

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David Hasselhoff Sings at Nova Rock 2014

David Hasselhoff performed at Nova Rock last month alongside Iron Maiden and Black Sabbath in Austria. There are a ton of videos and photos from the concert, so sit back and take a look if you missed it.Photos:


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Lisbon: Celebrate 80s & 90s Promotional Tour

David was in Lisbon yesterday to continue promoting his Celebrate the 80s and 90s tour.


Germany: Celebrate 80s & 90s Promotional Tour

David Hasselhoff was in Germany a few days ago promoting his Celebrate the 80s & 90s tour. The concert is coming to Nurburg, Germany at Nürburgring on May 23. Fans can purchase their tickets at a special early bird price until May 5.Get your tickets here!

David Hasselhoff Performing Live Then Meet and Greet

Baywatch Beach Party

While David Hasselhoff is in Nottingham for the Peter Pan Panto, he will be at Oceana, Nottingham for a Baywatch beach party.Monday, December 2 David will be in Oceana performing live on stage the Baywatch theme song along with other great songs. Afterwards there will be a VIP Meet and greet upstairs on the balcony where you will get to have your photo taken with him and meet the legend himself.TFIM, the Official Monday Night for Nottingham University @ Oceana - the biggest nightclub in Nottingham.Expect to be amazed with:★ 6 Different rooms.★ 3 Different music Genres★ 1 huge nightclub★ £1.80 drinks with premium spirits★ 2500 party studentsTickets are available now at www.studentclubber.co.uk, from the SU box office or from Student Clubber reps.â–º £4 Earlybird Tickets (1st 100 tickets)â–º £5 Advancedâ–º £6 On the doorâ–º £7 VIP (includes Q-Jump)Student ID and 18+ valid ID required. UON students may sign in 1 guest per student. Management reserve the right to refuse entry. 

"Hoff" Mania in Gmunden

Hoff Mania in GmundenHoff Mania hit Gmunden on Thursday, and we're here to bring you photos and videos if you weren't able to attend. We'll be updating this page with more, so stay tuned.Speedlight Photography has posted some rehearsal and concert photos on their website, so check those out.

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Thanks to Jennifer Catano for the Speedlight Photography tip

New Commercial and Trailer for Hoff Mania in Gmunden

July 18, 2013 is the first Hoff Mania in Gmunden! Movie star, soap star and music star David Hasselhoff is coming to Gmunden on Lake Traunsee in July for a series of concerts. As a special highlight, there will be a big concert on the town square. David will be there on July 20th with his band to rock the town square and give all of his hits for BEST. Not only that, David will also be there Thursday, 18 July in the city theater for an exclusive presentation. One thing is guaranteed: For only 500 visitors, there will be an unforgettable experience in Gmunden City Theatre.

Source: Julia Watch - Twitter

David Hasselhoff Rocks Out For Rock for Doc

David was in Australia for the Rock for Doc concert. Check out photos here.Doc Neeson, the veteran frontman of one of the central bands of the classic pub rock era, the Angels, is suffering from a brain tumour. That is why the room was crammed with more than 2000 people and the stage packed with many of those who defined pub rock.Rock for Doc at the Enmore Theatre on Monday night brought together members of Midnight Oil (yes, including one federal minister happy not to be talking about school funding for a few hours), Rose Tattoo, Noiseworks, Cold Chisel, Dragon, Mi-Sex and plenty of others for the kind of fund-raising concert money really couldn't buy.Organiser Cat Swinton said money raised would be used to keep Neeson fed and housed and to pay his medical bills while he is off the road and receiving treatment. When he goes back on the road - the talk is always when, not if - remaining money will be put into a trust for people with a similar condition.''I have had so much support,'' Neeson said. ''I've shed a tear or two in gratitude.''He said he wanted the night to not just be about him but a celebration of Australian music.''This is what was going on night after night in Sydney [35 years ago] and this is what Australia still has to offer,'' he said.The Angels with David Hasselhoff - "Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again (live)" from Steve Mascord on Vimeo.

Sources: The Age, HoffArmy

Rock for Doc Concert April 15

David Hasselhoff will be joining a slew of other singers and performers for the Rock for Doc concerts beginning April 15 in Australia.David announced he was going to help out The Angels frontman back in February by recording an acoustic version of the band's 1978 hit song Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again for iTunes. Proceeds would go to The Doc Neeson Support Fund and Support Act Ltd, a non profit organisation set up to support members of the Australian music community who are dealing with adversity. Neeson was recently diagnosed with a brain tumour and put on an immediate course of chemotherapy and radiation therapy.For generations, Doc's on stage theatrics have lured in many loving fans and sold millions of records worldwide. Since forming the Keystone Angels in Adelaide in 1974, Doc has now racked up 38 years with the band and it's many different lineups, released two solo albums, acted in the mini series 'Spirited' and 'Holy Smoke,' formed bands with friend David Lowy and performed at numerous charity events. Inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 1998 and the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2009, The Angels’ 38 years of powerhouse rock’n’roll is etched into the Australian music history landscape.As a show of respect and support for Doc, The Angels, Bob Spencer, James Morley, Buzz Bidstrup and Jim Hilbun plus a stellar cast of artists including: Rose Tattoo, Jon Stevens, Steve Balbi (Noiseworks), Jimmy Barnes and Don Walker (Cold Chisel), Rob Hirst and Jim Moginie (Midnight Oil), Baby Animals, Mark Gable (Choirboys), Diesel, The Radiators, Mi-Sex, Red Pheonix with Peter Northcote, Diva Demolition and personalities from all areas of the music industry including Jonesy & Amanda from WSFM, are coming together on this special night to 'Rock For Doc'.The proceeds from this event will assist Doc through this difficult time with medical treatment and day to day living expenses. Kindly donating their time and support are: The Enmore Theatre for the venue, Catalyst PR Co-ordinating and Publicity, Spitfire Music Promoting/Management, Hyperbole Advertising, PowWow Studios, T-Rex Art, Cards 4 Kids, Jaden Social, Camelion Lighting, Rock Posters, Lizottes, Money Penny Services and friends along with a host of bands and celebrities performing on the night – more to be announced. Proudly presented by Support Act Ltd in association with Spitfire Music. All proceeds from the benefit go to the Doc Neeson Suport Fund.The next show is The Melbourne Rock for Doc on Saturday, 20th April at The Cherry Bar (AC/DC Lane).Buy tickets at Ticketek.com here. Tickets are $89 for standing room and reserved seating at Emore Theatre in Newtown.

Source: Doc Neeson - The Voice of Angels Facebook

David Hasselhoff Cancels Alberta, Canada Concert

According to Ticketmaster and Deerfoot Inn and Casino's Facebook page, David has cancelled his March 30 concert in Alberta, Canada. No official reason has been given. If you bought tickets through Ticketmaster by phone or internet they will be automatically refunded. Please call Deerfoot Inn and Casino for refund information at 403-236-7529.

Source: HoffArmy

David Hasselhoff and Wippa Perform Together

About a week and a half ago, we told you about Wippa performing with David Hasselhoff on February 15 at the Hi Fi bar.That artist was Knight Rider and Baywatch legend David Hasselhoff who invited Wippa to be part of his big closing song at 'An Evening With The Hoff' at Hi Fi on 15 February 2013.Wippa was prepared for The Hoff's classic 'Jump In My Car' but it turned out that Hasselhoff was finishing his Australian shows with a cover of "Am I Ever Gonna See Your Face Again?" by old Aussie band The Angels.Wippa, dressed in a Hoff-inspired black leather jacket and no shirt, had one line... the infamous 'No way, get f***ed, f*** off'. Nova muted out the f-words in the video above but you get the idea.

Source: Nova FM