Rammstein announce 2020 European stadium tour

Coming in support of their new album

Rammstein, photo by Jens Koch

    German industrial metal band Rammstein have announced a 2020 European tour leg, which will take place a year after their current stadium tour across Europe. The news comes via a post on the band’s official website, and the full list of dates is below with additional UK shows to be announced.

    Aside from Till Lindemann’s recent altercation with a man who allegedly insulted the singer’s female friend, the tour has been the continuation of a successful album cycle for the iconic industrial metal group, with their triumphant seventh album and singles hitting numerous peak chart positions across Europe.

    Setlists for the tour are heavy on the new album, but the double-encore sets span the band’s discography, including their international staple, “Du Hast”. However, if you aren’t familiar with the music of Rammstein, you can catch up in eight minutes thanks to this zealous Youtuber who speed-runs through all 80 of the band’s songs.


    (Buy: Tickets to Rammstein’s 2019 European Tour)

    Tickets for the tour are on sale Friday, July 5th at 11 a.m. local time in each respective city and will be available here. Rammstein “LIFAD” fan club members can buy tickets starting on July 3rd.

    Rammstein 2020 European Tour Dates:
    05/25 — Klagenfurt, AT @ Wörthersee Stadion
    05/29 — Leipzig, DE @ Red Bull Arena Leipzig
    06/02 — Stuttgart, DE @ Mercedes-Benz Arena
    06/06 — Zürich, CH @ Stadion Letzigrund
    06/07 — Zürich, CH @ Stadion Letzigrund
    06/10 — Ostend, BE @ Park De Nieuwe Koers
    06/17 — Belfast, IE @ Boucher Road Playing Fields
    06/24 — Nijmegen, NL @ Goffertpark
    06/27 — Düsseldorf, DE @ Merkur Spiel-Arena
    07/01 — Hamburg, DE @ Volksparkstadion
    07/04 — Berlin, DE @ Olympiastadion
    07/09 — Lyon, FR @ Groupama Stadium
    07/13 — Turin, IT @ Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino
    07/17 — Warsaw, PL @ PGE Narodowy
    07/21 — Tallinn, EE @ Song Festival Grounds
    07/26 — Trondheim, NO @ Granåsen
    07/31 — Gothenburg, SE @ Ullevi Stadium
    08/04 — Aarhus, DK @ Ceres Park


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