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Rammstein Tour 2023 : Dates, Tickets and Details

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Rammstein said they would be going on a stadium tour of Europe next year.

On May 22, 2023, the band will go on the road. They will start in Lithuania at Vingio Parkas and then play in Germany, Spain, Holland, and France. They’ll end their long trip on August 4 at the King Baudouin Stadium in Belgium.

The eighth album by Rammstein, called “Zeit,” came out earlier this year.

NME gave their latest album four stars and said, “‘Zeit’ might be more reflective than their other albums, but it’s still a swaggering, energetic beast. Nearly 30 years into their career, the band is still as ambitious and fiery as ever, and their nightmarish, industrial rock sounds as daring as ever.

The German band played a huge outdoor show in Coventry earlier in the summer. The show was said to be heard more than 10 miles away.

Several noise complaints were made by people who lived miles away from the CBS Arena.

Rammstein Floor Seats

The floor seats at a Rammstein concert can be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Floor seats or seats in the front row are often the most expensive seats at a show. Tickets for Rammstein that cost the most could be in the front row or the middle of the stage.

Setlist

Many of Rammstein’s most popular and well-known songs are usually played at concerts, such as Engel, Sonne, Mein Teil, Ich Will, Sehnsucht, Mein Herz brennt, and Du Hast. Since the group just put out an album for the first time in 10 years, songs from that album, like “Deutschland,” which was Germany’s No. 1 single, “Radio,” and “Außenlander” are also played a lot at their recent shows.

How long does the Rammstein show usually go on?

About 20 songs are played at a typical Rammstein concert. A typical concert by a band usually lasts about two hours. This includes extra time for the band’s signature theatricality. This is true for all of the shows on Rammstein’s 2019 tour to promote their new album.

Where can I get a ticket to see Rammstein?

Some of the best places to buy tickets to see Rammstein are Stubhub, SeatGeek, Livenation, Viagigo, Vividseats, Ticketmaster, and Ticketnetwork.

Rammstein Europe Stadium Tour 2023

May
22 – Vilnius, Lithuania – Vingio Parkas
27 – Helsinki, Finland – Olympiastadion
28 – Helsinki, Finland – Olympiastadion

June
2 – Odense, Denmark – Dyrskueplads
7 – Munich, Germany – Olympiastadion
8 – Munich, Germany – Olympiastadion
14 – Trenčín, Slovakia – Trenčín Airport
17 – Bern, Switzerland – Stadion Wankdorf
18 – Bern, Switzerland – Stadion Wankdorf
23 – Madrid, Spain – Estadio Cívitas Metropolitano
26 – Lisbon, Portugal – Estádio Da Luz

July
1 – Padova, Italy – Stadio Euganeo
6 – Groningen, Netherlands – Stadspark
11 – Budapest, Hungary – Puskás Aréna
15 – Berlin, Germany – Olympiastadion
16 – Berlin, Germany – Olympiastadion
22 – Paris, France – Stade de France
26 – Vienna, Austria – Ernst-Happel-Stadion
30 – Chorzów, Poland – Stadion Śląski

August
4 – Brussels, Belgium – King Baudouin Stadium

Bottom Lines

The metal band Rammstein is from Berlin, Germany. Their first album, “Herzeleid,” came out in 1995. Since then, they’ve put out seven more studio albums, the most recent of which was “Zeit,” which came out in 2022.

Rammstein is a German band that started in Berlin in 1994 and has become very popular and praised worldwide since then. With the release of their first album, “Herzeleid,” in 1995, the group became known as the creators of the “Neue Deutsche Harte” style of music.

They are known for their very theatrical stage shows. They use so many pyrotechnics that fans have had to be carried out of live shows because they were too hot. They have won endless “Best Live Act” awards for their performances.

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