Will the band go on tour again in 2023? Dates announced, but now there is confusion…

Till Lindemann is the leader of Rammstein. dpa / Boris Rössler

Berlin rockers Rammstein’s new album “Zeit” has just been released – and now the next hammer is coming: This year the 2020 tour, which was canceled due to Corona, will be caught up, but the band around frontman Till Lindemann is supposed to tour Europe again in 2023 This is reported by the music portal “Loudersound”. While the current show is still about Rammstein’s unnamed record, released in 2019, then it could be the new album “Zeit.” But now there is confusion…

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Rammstein will be on tour again in 2023 – here are all the dates

According to the information, 19 dates have been announced, including four in Germany. The other countries on the program are Spain, Greece and England – in London, the rockers are supposed to perform at the legendary Wembley Stadium. According to a report from the music portal “Loudersound”, there may be more dates. Confirmation of the concert series is still pending, it is said.

Some suspect there is bad news from one of the advertised cities, which turns the joyous message into a thriller: according to a report on an Italian news site, one of the concerts has now been turned down. As a result, there should be no concert in San Siero, Italy: as the stadium will be rebuilt from mid-July 2023, it will not be available for music and sporting events, said a group promoter. Was it all just a decoy?

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Here are all the announced tour dates:
May 31, 2023: Estadio Nacional in Lisbon, Portugal
June 03, 2023: Valladolid Estadio Jose Zorrilla, Spain
June 05, 2023: Madrid Wanda Metropolitano, Spain
June 12, 2023: Belfast Ormeau Park, UK
June 16, 2023: Glasgow Hampden Park, UK
June 21, 2023: Wembley Stadium in London, UK
June 25, 2023: Paris Stade de France, France
June 28, 2023: Brussels King Baudouin Stadium, Belgium
June 29, 2023: Brussels King Baudouin Stadium, Belgium
July 03, 2023: Frankfurt Deutsche Bank Park, Germany
July 07, 2023: Berlin Olympic Stadium, Germany
July 08, 2023: Berlin Olympic Stadium, Germany
July 13, 2023: Warsaw PGE Narodowy, Poland
July 19, 2023: Olympic Stadium in Munich, Germany
July 23, 2023: Ernst Happel Stadium in Vienna, Austria
July 27, 2023: Zurich Letzigrund Stadium, Switzerland
July 30, 2023: Milan San Siro, Italy
August 10, 2023: Budapest Groupama Arena, Hungary
August 17, 2023: Athens Olympic Stadium, Greece

According to the information, the presale of tickets is scheduled to start on Thursday, June 2, 2022 at 10 a.m. Members of the “LIFAD” (“Love is for everyone”) fan club have a big advantage: they can already buy their tickets on May 30, and the sale should start at 10 a.m.

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If the concert tour should really take place, it remains exciting: will it be the Berlin band’s farewell tour? Not only since the release of the new album “Zeit” there has been wild speculation that the rockers from Rammstein might retire. Most of the songs on the disc deal with impermanence, the song “Adieu”, which closes the album, is full of allusions to goodbyes.

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