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Rammstein Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 1,585,189
Category Industrial Metal, Metal
Concerts
May
11
Prague Letňany Airport
Hlavní Město Praha
Tickets
May
12
Prague Letňany Airport
Hlavní Město Praha
Tickets
May
15
Rinne (Open Air Gelände an der Messe)
Dresden
Tickets
May
16
Rinne (Open Air Gelände an der Messe)
Dresden
Tickets
May
18
Rinne (Open Air Gelände an der Messe)
Dresden
Tickets
May
19
Rinne (Open Air Gelände an der Messe)
Dresden
Tickets
May
24
Park Ušće ambijentalna celina
Beograd
Tickets
May
25
Park Ušće ambijentalna celina
Beograd
Tickets
May
30
Olympic Stadium
Athens
Tickets
Jun
05
Estadio Anoeta
San Sebastián
Tickets
Jun
08
Orange Vélodrome
Marseille
Tickets
Jun
11
Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys
Barcelona
Tickets
Jun
15
Groupama Stadium
Décines-charpieu
Tickets
Jun
18
Goffertpark Nijmegen
Nijmegen
Tickets
Jun
19
Goffertpark Nijmegen
Nijmegen
Tickets
Jun
23
Royal Dublin Society (RDS)
Dublin 4
Tickets
Jun
27
Park Nieuwe Koers
Ostend
Tickets
Jun
28
Park Nieuwe Koers
Ostend
Tickets
Jul
11
Deutsche Bank Park
Frankfurt Am Main
Tickets
Jul
12
Deutsche Bank Park
Frankfurt Am Main
Tickets
Jul
13
Deutsche Bank Park
Frankfurt Am Main
Tickets
Jul
17
Wörthersee Stadion
Klagenfurt
Tickets
Jul
18
Wörthersee Stadion
Klagenfurt
Tickets
Jul
21
RCF ARENA Campovolo
Reggio Nell'emilia
Tickets
Jul
26
Veltins Arena
Gelsenkirchen
Tickets
Jul
27
Veltins Arena
Gelsenkirchen
Tickets
Jul
29
Veltins Arena
Gelsenkirchen
Tickets
Jul
30
Veltins Arena
Gelsenkirchen
Tickets
Jul
31
Veltins Arena
Gelsenkirchen
Tickets
About Rammstein
Rammstein stand as one of rock’s most individual and successful names, a multiple award-winning outfit with a vision that continues to evolve; and in the course of their 2019 Stadium Tour – 31 dates in support of studio album Number 7, an untitled body of work that topped the charts in 14 countries and went Top 10 in the US, a first for the band – the six East Berliners showed just where that vision has now led them. This sold-out run – drawing praise from fans and critics – saw the group playing to an audience in excess of 1.2 million, the result of seven months of planning plus the desire to raise the bar for a touring production. Taking in every aspect of what Rammstein represent, from the emotive to the crushingly heavy, from lighter interludes laced with dark humor to some of the most notorious episodes in rock, the current show requires a bespoke, 60-metre-wide stage to accommodate the degree of fire-power the band now dispense nightly; indeed, there are times – during the high drama of ‘Sonne’, for example – when the stadium is transformed into a giant industrial power-plant, blackening the sky with smoke and flame.  It’s the result of two decades of development, starting with debut album ‘Herzeleid’ in 1995; since then, the Rammstein personnel – frontman Till Lindemann, keyboard player Flake Lorenz, guitarists Paul Landers and Richard Z. Kruspe, drummer Christoph Schneider and bassist Oliver Riedel – have continued to plant flags around the globe, selling millions of albums and DVDs, and headlining the world’s major festivals and larger venues in 46 countries, collecting 2 Grammy nominations along the way. In 2010, New York’s Madison Square Garden sold out its 18,200 tickets in under 30 minutes, the band’s first Stateside show in 10 years; on an earlier US visit, Lindemann and Lorenz were arrested and placed in a Massachusetts jail overnight following the live performance of ‘Bück Dich’, famous for its squirting dildo set-piece (word has it, the ‘liquid’ is water laced with either Ouzo or Pernod). For the Rammstein kollektiv, and it’s the same line-up now as at the start, it’s always been a case of marching to their own heart-beat, and doing so on a democratic basis; they sing in German, rarely engage in interviews, side-step those visuals typical of the metal world, preferring a more streamlined, high-end approach, and present a live experience that touches all of the senses – an experience underpinned by cultural and artistic weight, not to mention over 1000 tons of live equipment.  A “rock opera”, to quote Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith Not surprisingly, followers of Rammstein are diverse, connected and genuinely global, with the worlds of film and fashion strongly represented, as the collaboration with avant-garde fashion brand Vetements clearly shows; other supporters include actor Kiefer Sutherland, fellow musicians such as Chris Martin, maverick spirits like director David Lynch, who featured the tracks ‘Rammstein’ and ‘Heirate Mich’ on the soundtrack to his ‘Lost Highway’ movie (1997), plus rock fans attracted by the band’s preference for the less-travelled path, for doing what’s right for them, whatever the self-appointed protectors of ‘acceptable’ taste might think. Most recently, the ‘Deutschland’ video – an epic and unflinching look at German history from 9 AD onwards, directed by Specter Berlin – showed that music can engage with the most crucial of subjects and debates; another significant chapter in the story of a band who, when it comes to artwork, music and videos, have a long-held reputation for breaking with convention and pushing against the grain. In 2001, the visuals for the ‘Mutter’ album (based on the conceptual photography of Daniel and Geo Fuchs) caused rumblings inside the catholic church, although fans were quick to back the release, sending it to the top of the charts in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Later, in 2009, a German government department deemed the ‘Liebe Ist Für Alle Da’ outing “not suitable for public display”, partly as a result of the front cover image – a fresco-like photo by Spaniard, Eugenio Recuenco (this ruling has since been changed in Rammstein’s favor). Similarly, the video for lead track ‘Pussy’, the band’s first No. 1 single in Germany, caused sensitive hearts to flutter by taking a simple idea (the porn film) to its climactic conclusion. Directed by Jonas Åkerlund, a longstanding co-conspirator whose extensive credits include Metallica, Lady Gaga, U2 and Madonna, the clip spotlighted a side of the band often overlooked; their irreverent sense of fun. “There are people who think we’re incredibly funny and people who think we’re incredibly serious,” says Paul Landers, “it’s just down to personal opinion. I suppose in that respect we’re something of a mirror – whatever views or perceptions people have just reflect straight back on them…” Ask Rammstein if they’re a ‘rock band’ or a ‘German rock band’, and they’ll doubtless opt for the latter – a reference to their ability to tap into tradition, to call upon core values and their own set of circumstances, but the music itself has always held a broad appeal. Back in 1997, the ‘Du Hast’ single went Top 20 on the US Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs Chart, establishing its credentials as a fan favorite, while the group’s recording history shows numerous gold and platinum certifications, with albums and singles heading charts worldwide; the most recent addition is ‘Deutschland’ – a domestic No. 1 from the No. 1 (untitled) album. Selling 270,000 copies week one in Germany (it’s now double platinum there), this 11-tracker, released in 2019, is the first new Rammstein album in a decade. Not only did it involve the usual “blood, sweat and tears”, the result of six creative minds looking to up their game, but it also saw a new team taking shape on the production side, with front-of-house engineer and long-time associate, Berliner Olsen Involtini, helping the band to build upon their signature style – a style broad enough to take in older tracks such as 2004’s ‘Los’ (a largely acoustic groove, stripped to the bone) and 2005’s ‘Te Quiero Puta!’ (‘mariachi metal’, heavy on the salt ‘n’ tequila). But it’s the current release – featuring the singles / videos ‘Radio’, ‘Ausländer’ and of course ‘Deutschland’, and described by Richard Z. Kruspe as “Rammstein in 3D, more musical, less controlled” – that has seen fresh ground being staked and live attendance records being set, with the next leg of the European Stadium Tour, 28 shows in 13 countries, now lined up for spring / summer 2021. In total, Rammstein has sold 2.9 million concert tickets across the 2019 – 2021 period, including a re-scheduled series of North American shows running from August – October 2021. In 2018, Rammstein opened their own ‘bricks-and-mortar’ store in Berlin, a way of linking even more directly with a fanbase, stretching from Russia to Mexico, that has notched up 2.7 billion YouTube views, with 5 million fans subscribing to YT and 1.8 million following on Instagram. The hometown HQ is an indication of the status of Rammstein as both band and brand, and shows what traction can be gained when music and message are delivered with an unswerving tone. One band. One voice. One match. Dante Bonutto, 2020
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Genres
Industrial Metal, Metal
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What fans are saying
Elijah
5 / 5
If I could give this show 10 stars, I absolutely would. The Pyro effects were freaking amazing, not only that, but the money was worth every single penny. Paid $59.50 and it for sure in hell did not disappoint. They played so many songs and they were all amazing and bangers. Got post concert depression from this. Please come back Rammstein, everyone there loved you!
Gillette Stadium Foxborough, MA
Dec 14, 2022
Ellen
5 / 5
My first concert ever and most likely my last (unless they come back to Canada). The best experience in my life! Smiled throughout the whole show and bunch of head bangings. I truly recommend going to see them. Unforgettable memories and pure happiness. Love the pyrotechnics, music, lights, fireworks and theatrics! They sure know how to put on an astonishing show! 🤘🏻❤️
Parc Jean-Drapeau Montréal, QC
Aug 23, 2022
Wolf
5 / 5
Was an amazing show to remember for a life time rammstein was perfect in everyway energy, performance, instrumental, interaction with the crowed but wished the audience could've give it the same audience I give it a 4 but rammstein was a differently a 10 farewell friends you give a our fans amazing 28 years wish there be more to come🤘🏻 😎🥂
LA Memorial Coliseum Los Angeles, CA
Oct 04, 2022
Marco
5 / 5
Honestly I think I couldn't rate this gig...Why? Well, there are not enough stars to give away. A similar gig would deserve infinite stars!!!! It's out of any human conception. I'm so happy I managed to get a ticket for it. And actually I'm looking at the new dates to see which one could be the closest one to see them again!
Stadium MK Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
Jul 07, 2019
Robert
5 / 5
I am completely blown away, I’ve seen them in Milton Keynes in 2019 as well, but these guys, every time I see them they constantly seem to get better. I’ve been listening to Rammstein since 1997 and every time they bring out something new it always blows my mind. But the live experience is like no other.
Coventry Building Society Arena Coventry, United Kingdom
Jun 28, 2022
Martin
5 / 5
Got there 35 minutes late but it was a great show. Third time seeing them and I can confidently say with all the other bands and concerts I've seen, Rammstein put on the best shows. With this stadium tour, they out did themselves. They must've been on stage for a good two hours 🤘
Soldier Field Chicago, IL
Sep 04, 2022
Marie
4 / 5
Rammstein hat abgeliefert. Die Show, der Klang einfach mega gewesen. Ich kann es jedem empfehlen, egal ob man nur zur Show will oder wie ich die Musik und die Show als Fan genießen will. Die Einlasskontrolle war leider eine Katastrophe vor allem bei den Frauen, da es zu wenig Kontrolleurinnen gab. Ansonsten alles top.
Olympiastadion Berlin Berlin, Germany
Jul 17, 2023
Marianne
5 / 5
Best live band ever! Music was so loud it was heard 11 miles away, but it was never distorted. The pyrotechnics and fireworks were insane. Love this band, never thought I’d see a better life band than Slipknot. 4th time seeing them live, they get better every time.
Coventry Building Society Arena Coventry, United Kingdom
Jun 28, 2022
Meryem
3 / 5
Typical Rammstein! Good show for a first timer but predictable for anyone who has already seen them once or twice. Great lighting and fx though and lots of flames as always, and the weather was nice. First time at that stadium, very nice facility, HUGE campus. Go Bills! #QB17
Gillette Stadium Foxborough, MA
Sep 28, 2022
Roberto
5 / 5
I've seen a few dozen concerts and I can say that Rammstein are probably the best live act there is. Not just for the pyrotechnics, but for the quality of sound despite the impressive power and the care they put in singing and playing, despite the high-octane songs.
Stadio Euganeo Padova, Italy
Jul 03, 2023
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Rammstein Tour Cities
Gelsenkirchen, Germany Marseille, France Nijmegen, Netherlands Beograd, Serbia Hlavní město Praha, Czechia Barcelona, Spain Dresden, Germany Klagenfurt, Austria San Sebastián, Spain Ostend, Belgium Reggio nell'Emilia, Italy Athens, Greece Frankfurt am Main, Germany Décines-Charpieu, France Dublin 4, Ireland

Frequently Asked Questions About Rammstein

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Rammstein on tour?

Yes, Rammstein is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Rammstein concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Rammstein tour is scheduled for 29 dates across 15 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Rammstein scheduled to play?

Rammstein is scheduled to play 29 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Rammstein tour start?

Rammstein’s tour starts May 11, 2024 and ends on Jul 31, 2024. They will play 15 cities; their most recent concert was held in Hlavní Město Praha at Prague Letňany Airport and their next upcoming concert will be in Marseille at Orange Vélodrome.

What venues is Rammstein performing at?

As part of the Rammstein tour, Rammstein is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

May 11 - Hlavní Město Praha, Hlavní město Praha @ Prague Letňany Airport
May 12 - Hlavní Město Praha, Hlavní město Praha @ Prague Letňany Airport
May 15 - Dresden, Germany @ Rinne (Open Air Gelände an der Messe)
May 16 - Dresden, Germany @ Rinne (Open Air Gelände an der Messe)
May 18 - Dresden, Germany @ Rinne (Open Air Gelände an der Messe)
May 19 - Dresden, Germany @ Rinne (Open Air Gelände an der Messe)
May 24 - Beograd, Serbia @ Park Ušće ambijentalna celina
May 25 - Beograd, Serbia @ Park Ušće ambijentalna celina
May 30 - Athens, Greece @ Olympic Stadium
Jun 05 - San Sebastián, Spain @ Estadio Anoeta
Jun 08 - Marseille, France @ Orange Vélodrome
Jun 11 - Barcelona, Spain @ Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys
Jun 15 - Décines-charpieu, 69 @ Groupama Stadium
Jun 18 - Nijmegen, Netherlands @ Goffertpark Nijmegen
Jun 19 - Nijmegen, Netherlands @ Goffertpark Nijmegen
Jun 23 - Dublin 4, D @ Royal Dublin Society (RDS)
Jun 27 - Ostend, Belgium @ Park Nieuwe Koers
Jun 28 - Ostend, Belgium @ Park Nieuwe Koers
Jul 11 - Frankfurt Am Main, Hessen @ Deutsche Bank Park
Jul 12 - Frankfurt Am Main, Hessen @ Deutsche Bank Park
Jul 13 - Frankfurt Am Main, Hessen @ Deutsche Bank Park
Jul 17 - Klagenfurt, Austria @ Wörthersee Stadion
Jul 18 - Klagenfurt, Austria @ Wörthersee Stadion
Jul 21 - Reggio Nell'emilia, Italy @ RCF ARENA Campovolo
Jul 26 - Gelsenkirchen, Germany @ Veltins Arena
Jul 27 - Gelsenkirchen, Germany @ Veltins Arena
Jul 29 - Gelsenkirchen, Germany @ Veltins Arena
Jul 30 - Gelsenkirchen, Germany @ Veltins Arena
Jul 31 - Gelsenkirchen, Germany @ Veltins Arena
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