Rammstein Move European Stadium Tour to 2022


Remember that insane time-lapse video Rammstein posted of their road crew setting up the band’s massive stage show immediately prior to the tour kick-off? That was in February 2020. Sigh. We were so young then.

Needless to say, that tour didn’t happen, rescheduled for summer 2021. And needless to say, THAT won’t be happening either. Summer 2022 is now the ticket. New dates are posted below.

As of right now, the band’s 2021 North American tour (rescheduled from 2020 as well) is still slated to happen this fall. We’ll see what happens with that. The U.S. vaccination effort, it’s worth noting, is a bit ahead of Europe’s — and the tour was scheduled for a later timeframe — but it remains unclear what state and local restrictions will still be in place by September.

Rammstein continue to make good use of their time off by working on a new album on a way quicker timeline than usual. The band recently revealed the effort is basically finished.

The band commented of the latest postponement:

“Due to the expected ongoing event bans and restrictions related to COVID-19, Rammstein are unfortunately forced to postpone the planned European Stadium Tour again,” said the band. ​“The band and everyone involved are very disappointed about this. Given the lack of planning reliability for holding events of this size, this step is unavoidable.

“The concerts are rescheduled to 2022. Unfortunately, some minor changes had to be made and the show in Belfast will be cancelled entirely. Tickets for Belfast will be refunded, all other tickets remain valid! The band is using the time off to continue working on new songs. We look forward to seeing you in 2022!”

Back to that time-lapse video… scroll down to the bottom of this post for a preview of what you can expect from Rammstein live this time around.

May 20 Leipzig Red Bull Arena
May 21 Leipzig Red Bull Arena
May 25 Klagenfurt Wörthersee Stadion
May 30 Zurich Stadion Letzigrund
May 31 Zurich Stadion Letzigrund
June 4 Berlin Olympiastadion
June 5 Berlin Olympiastadion
June 10 Stuttgart Cannstatter Wasen
June 11 Stuttgart, Cannstatter Wasen
June 14 Hamburg Volksparkstadion
June 15 Hamburg Volksparkstadion
June 18 Düsseldorf Merkur Spiel-Arena
June 19 Düsseldorf Merkur Spiel-Arena
June 22 Aarhus Ceres Park
June 26 Coventry Ricoh Arena
June 30 Cardiff Principality Stadium
July 4 Nijmegen Goffertpark
July 8 Lyon Groupama Stadium
July 9 Lyon Groupama Stadium
July 12 Turin Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino
July 16 Warsaw PGE Narodowy
July 20 Tallinn Song Festival Grounds
July 24 Oslo Bjerke Travbane
July 29 Gothenburg Ullevi Stadium
July 30 Gothenburg Ullevi Stadium
August 3 Ostend Park De Nieuwe Koers

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