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André Rieu and his Johann Strauss Orchestra once again took to Maastricht's Vrijthof Square for an epic series of concerts - and this year it's his 10th anniversary! We've got all the fantastic pictures.
"Seriously, where's my Campari and soda?" André makes final preparations for a week of epic concerts in Maastricht's Vrijthof Square. Picture: Getty
A hero's welcome for André in Maastricht - this is the 10th time he's done these huge concerts.
Ever the showman, André arrives on a tuk-tuk and high-fives members of the audience.
Concert-goers get into the Venetian spirit of André's concert.
He did actually play some music after this. He didn't just careen around the arena like Benny Hill.
Go on then, one more lap before we play...
Because really, there's no better way to arrive at your own concert.
Rieu gives a royal wave to the crowds in Vrijthof Square.
Just before he enters the arena, André has time for a quick photo with, apparently, a camera-hogging gondolier.
André greets his audience in Maastricht.
André in full flow in Maastricht.
The Platin Tenors join André on stage in Maastricht.
The ecstatic crowd in Maastricht.
Accompanied by the Platin Tenors, André Rieu gives a stellar performance in Maastricht.
Well, he is an Abba fan, after all: some enthusiastic punters show just how much they love André.
Singer Rocco Granata joins André on stage for a very special performance.
Providing a typically dazzling show in Maastricht.
Gondoliers on stage at André Rieu's Maastricht Concert. Why? Because André.
With a week of Maastricht concerts all sold out, no-one is prouder than André himself.
And that's it! The end of another superb concert - but with plenty more on the horizon... Picture: Getty