Dreamers need wait no longer for news of Ischgl's celebrated concert to launch the 2015-16 winter season.
It's British band Supertramp - whose hits include Give A Little Bit and Dreamer - who will be taking to the open air stage in this Tirolean ski village on Saturday 28 November.
Ischgl took the unprecedented step of announcing the next in the series of Top Of The Mountain concerts before the last concert had even taken place - and long before the snow has melted on the old season.
The 2014-15 closing concert was last weekend, when US band Thirty Seconds To Mars thrilled 13,000 skiers, boarders and fans at the finale of another successful season, which was opened with a concert by James Blunt.
Thirty Seconds' lead singer - and Oscar winning actor - Jared Leto wore a goat spirit hood, representing his birth sign of Capricorn, and a balloon-like grey and red splattered jacket for the concert on a plateau in the ski area at 2,320m, telling the crowd:
This is such a gorgeous and beautiful place; we have had an amazing time here.
Supertramp will take to the stage in Ischgl village itself, at the beginning of their Supertramp Forever Tour, which marks their first live performances in more than five years. They join Ischgl's Hall Of Fame of international names to perform at the beginning and end of every winter season and include fellow Brits Robbie Williams, Elton John, Rod Stewart, Ronan Keating, Sting, Leona Lewis, Amy Macdonald and Deep Purple.
Supertramp was formed in 1969 and has enjoyed fame with a string of hits, with - as well as Give a Little Bit and Dreamer - The Logical Song, Breakfast in America, Bloody Well Right and It's Raining Again.
Entry to Ischgl's concerts is free with a valid liftpass for concert day.