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Rammstein Announce 2021 American & European Tour Dates

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Tickets now available for Rammstein rescheduled 2021 American & European Tour Dates

Rammstein have announced their rescheduled North American and European tour dates. Rammstein were forced to push back their 2020 stadium tour to 2021, but now the full list of shows can be seen here.

“All tickets for the original shows will be honored at the rescheduled dates,” “Ticket holders will receive an email notification from the ticketing company soon that includes information on how to request a refund if you are unable to attend the rescheduled date. Unfortunately, the previously scheduled show in Washington, DC has been cancelled due to scheduling issues, and refunds will be available at point of purchase.”

Rammstein 2021 European Stadium Tour:

Tickets available Here

May 22 – Leipzig @ Red Bull Arena (rescheduled from 29.05.2020).
May 23 – Leipzig @ Red Bull Arena (rescheduled from 29.05.2020)
May 27 – Klagenfurt @ Worthersee Stadion (rescheduled from 25.05.2020)
May 31 – Stuttgart @ Mercedes Benz Arena (rescheduled from 02.06.2020)
June 1 – Stuttgart @ Mercedes Benz Arena (rescheduled from 03.06.2020)
June 5 – Berlin @ Olymplastadion (rescheduled from 04.07.2020)
June 6 – Berlin @ Olymplastadion (rescheduled from 05.07.2020)
June 12 – Belfast @ Boucher Road Playing Fields (rescheduled from 17.06.2020)
June 16 – Cardiff @ Principality Stadium (rescheduled from 14.06.2020)
June 19 – Coventry @ Ricoh Arena (rescheduled from 20.06.2020)
June 23 – Aarhus @ Ceres Park (rescheduled from 04.08.2020)
June 26 – Dusseldorf @ Merker Spiel Arena (rescheduled from 27.06.2020)
June 27 – Dusseldorf @ Merker Spiel Arena (rescheduled from 28.06.2020)
June 30 – Hamburg @ Volksparkstadion (rescheduled from 01.07.2020)
July 1 – Hamburg @ Volksparkstadion (rescheduled from 02.07.2020)
July 5 – Zurich @ Stadion Letzigrund (rescheduled from 06.06.2020)
July 7 – Zurich @ Stadion Letzigrund(rescheduled from 07.06.2020)
July 9 – Lyon @ Groupama Stadium (rescheduled from 09.07.2020)
July 10 – Lyon @ Groupama Stadium (rescheduled from 10.07.2020)
July 13 – Turin @ Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino (rescheduled from 13.07.2020)
July 17 – Warsaw @ PGE Narodowy (rescheduled from 17.07.2020)
July 21 – Tallinn @ Song Festival Grounds (rescheduled from 21.07.2020)
July 25 – Trondheim @ Leangen Travbane (rescheduled from 26. & 27.07.2020, previous venue: Granåsen)
July 30 – Gothenburg @ Ullevi Stadium (rescheduled from 31.07.2020)
July 31 – Gothenburg @ Ullevi Stadium (rescheduled from 01.08.2020)
Aug. 3 – Nijmegen @ Goffertpark (rescheduled from 24.06.2020)
Aug. 7 – Ostend @ Park De Nieuwe Koers (rescheduled from 10.06.2020)

Rammstein 2021 North American Tour Dates:

Tickets available here

8/22/21 – Montreal, QC – Parc Jean-Drapeau (rescheduled from 8/12/20)
8/26/21 – Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field (rescheduled from 8/23/20)
9/01/21 – Chicago, IL – Soldier Field (rescheduled from 9/03/20)
9/03/21 – Minneapolis, MN – U.S. Bank Stadium (rescheduled from 8/30/20)
9/08/21 – Foxborough (Boston), MA – Gillette Stadium (rescheduled from 9/06/20)
9/10/21 – East Rutherford (NYC), NJ – MetLife Stadium (rescheduled from 9/10/20)
9/18/21 – Los Angeles, CA – Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (rescheduled from 9/19/20)
9/24/21 – San Antonio, TX – Alamodome (rescheduled from 9/16/20)
9/30/21 – Mexico City, MX – Foro Sol (rescheduled from 9/27/20)
10/1/21 – Mexico City, MX – Foro Sol


In 2013, Rammstein played at several festivals after the release of their greatest hits album, bringing outlandish showmanship with them to each show. People who have seen this band in concert surely understand their legendary status. When these guys go on tour, it’s a real treat for all who are lucky enough to have a ticket. Rammstein puts on huge shows, featuring pyrotechnics, light shows, larger than life backdrops and artwork, hydraulics and costumes to match. All of this doesn’t even come close to matching the band members’ stage presence and playing perfection, though. These guys could possibly be the hardest working musicians in the industry. They don’t release a song until it is absolutely perfect, which is why it took them two years to record their album, “Liebe ist für alle da.”

Rammstein is a band from Germany that formed in 1994. The devotion and dedication of the band members shows in the cleanly played music and perfectionist style of recording and in the fact that all the original band members still remain together to this day. This band is technically classified in the New German Hardness genre, but is more accurately described as a mixture of heavy metal, industrial and groove metal. Their song “Du Hast,” which peaked at No. 20 on the Billboard Top 200 charts, may be the one that brought Rammstein to the general public’s attention; it was even featured in the game “Rock Band 3.” However, many fans of hard metal considered these guys to be rock legends way before the game came out; after all, it doesn’t get any better than hard core metal sung in German.



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