Zoff am Ballermann – Malle-Disko renamed after two months

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That was just a very stormy, brief pleasure …

Zoff about the recently opened “Stürmer Arena” at Ballermann! After just over two months, the Malle-Disko is changing its name again because of a dispute between the operator and the singer and namesake Stefan Stürmer. Owner Gerlinde Weininger confirms this to BILD.

The “ Majorca newspaper‘ was the first to report.

The signs were pointing to success: At the opening on April 21, Micaela Schäfer, ex-“Bachelor” Paul Janke and Malle singer Ikke Hipgold celebrated alongside the striker himself.

Gerlinde Weininger to BILD: “We didn’t get along well anymore. We haven’t confirmed any more appearances for him in July. We would have ended the connection shortly anyway. The T-shirts with the new club name had already been ordered. But now it came earlier. It can happen. We want to tie the disco more closely to my restaurant, the ‘Münchner Kindl’.”

As a result, striker makes the lightning departure – and Weininger renames her shop to “MK Arena – Tanzclub Münchner Kindl”. New signs and merchandise have already been ordered. Weininger: “I’m happy to donate the old T-shirts to homeless associations.”

This is how his fans love him: Malle singer Stefan Stürmer

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Why the Zoff?

According to the pop singer Stürmer, there was disagreement on almost every point of the operation.

On Facebook, Stürmer wrote under the heading “Not with my name!”: “However, much of what I have had to experience in recent weeks has to do with my understanding and my philosophy of gastronomy, club management, pricing, artist support, guest hospitality, of hospitality and a variety of things more just not compatible.”

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Stürmer complains that displeasure among guests and artists always fell back on him as the namesake – but not on the landlady. Striker continues: “I love this island too much, I love Mallorca and the entire party hit scene with all of you and all my colleagues too much to see negative things being associated with my name on this wonderful island.” That’s why he had come to the decision not to make his name available any further.

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Meininger, who now wants to breathe new life into the disco, opposes this – and above all accuses strikers of one thing: a lack of composure. “In the beginning he still made the bookings for the artists. But he was never involved in the business. He made many demands and always had something to complain about. He meddled everywhere, into things he had no idea about. He also didn’t have a feel for the peculiarities of Mallorca. Doesn’t know the special circumstances here. You can’t take everything as precisely on the island as you can in Germany and you have to be more relaxed about some things.”

For increasing visitor numbers, she wants to fall back on classic hits, among other things: “But Stürmer has no connection to this music.”

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