Rammstein Announces Four More Shows for Europe Stadium Tour 2022

Rammstein announced four more concerts for their Europe Stadium Tour 2022, which was delayed twice. The band was originally going to perform in the Summer of 2020, however, they delayed it to 2021 because of the pandemic. Because the situation hadn’t been improving, they recently postponed the tour again to 2022. We are hopefully going to see the legendary German industrial metal band perform their tour this summer with these four extra shows.


It’s disappointing to see bands cancel their live shows, but it’s even worse when the band is Rammstein. We know the band not only for their quality of music, but also for thee incredible shows that they put on. All the pyrotechnics, various props and performances, frontman Till Lindemann suddenly appearing as an angel that’s floating in the sky, makes the viewers feel like they are in a different universe. Let’s hope we can beat the pandemic and enjoy Rammstein’s Europe Stadium Tour in 2022.

New shows for Europe Stadium Tour 2022

Here are the new shows that Rammstein scheduled for their next tour.

  • 15.05.2022 Prague, Airport Letnany
  • 26.05.2022 Klagenfurt, Wörthersee Stadion
  • 05.07.2022 Nijmegen, Goffertpark
  • 04.08.2022 Ostend, Park De Nieuwe Koers

The official ticket sale is going to start on May 19th, 3 pm CEST. You can buy tickets from Rammstein’s official website. If you are a member of Rammstein Fan Club LIFAD, you can access the exclusive tickets from Monday, 17.05.2021, 3 pm CEST until Tuesday, 18.05.2021, 3 pm CEST. However, not all LIFAD members are guaranteed to secure a ticket. Here’s the band’s official announcement about that: “Since this is a limited “LIFAD” ticket allotment, there is no guarantee that every “LIFAD” member will be able to buy tickets in the Fan Club advance sale. “LIFAD” members will be contacted separately via e-mail.”

What about the new album of Rammstein?

Rammstein released their last album Rammstein, which was named after the band itself, in 2019, after a 10-year break. Fans were not expecting them to come up with a new album this quickly. However, Rammstein finished recording a whole new album during the pandemic. We don’t know when they are going to release the new album, but you can expect to see some teasers in a few months. Meanwhile, you can check out the drummer Christoph Schneider performing a song from what we believe is their new album.

Rammstein Europe Stadium Tour 2022 dates and locations

20.05.2022 Leipzig, Red Bull Arena Leipzig (rescheduled from 29.05.2020 & 22.05.2021)
21.05.2022 Leipzig, Red Bull Arena Leipzig (rescheduled from 30.05.2020 & 23.05.2021)
25.05.2022 Klagenfurt, Wörthersee Stadion (rescheduled from 25.05.2020 & 27.05.2021)
30.05.2022 Zurich, Stadion Letzigrund (rescheduled from 06.06.2020 & 05.07.2021)
31.05.2022 Zurich, Stadion Letzigrund (rescheduled from 07.06.2020 & 06.07.2021)
04.06.2022 Berlin, Olympiastadion (rescheduled from 04.07.2020 & 05.06.2021)
05.06.2022 Berlin, Olympiastadion (rescheduled from 05.07.2020 & 06.06.2021)
10.06.2022 Stuttgart, Cannstatter Wasen (rescheduled from 02.06.2020 & 31.05.2021, Mercedes-Benz Arena)
11.06.2022 Stuttgart, Cannstatter Wasen (rescheduled from 03.06.2020 & 01.06.2021, Mercedes-Benz Arena)
14.06.2022 Hamburg, Volksparkstadion (rescheduled from 01.07.2020 & 30.06.2021)
15.06.2022 Hamburg, Volksparkstadion (rescheduled from 02.07.2020 & 01.07.2021)
18.06.2022 Düsseldorf, Merkur Spiel-Arena (rescheduled from 27.06.2020 & 26.06.2021)
19.06.2022 Düsseldorf, Merkur Spiel-Arena (rescheduled from 28.06.2020 & 27.06.2021)
22.06.2022 Aarhus, Ceres Park (rescheduled from 04.08.2020 & 23.06.2021)
26.06.2022 Coventry, Ricoh Arena (rescheduled from 20.06.2020 & 19.06.2021)
30.06.2022 Cardiff, Principality Stadium (rescheduled from 14.06.2020 & 16.06.2021)
04.07.2022 Nijmegen, Goffertpark (rescheduled from 24.06.2020 & 03.08.2021)
08.07.2022 Lyon, Groupama Stadium (rescheduled from 09.07.2020 & 09.07.2021)
09.07.2022 Lyon, Groupama Stadium (rescheduled from 10.07.2020 & 10.07.2021)
12.07.2022 Turin, Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino (rescheduled from 13.07.2020 & 13.07.2021)
16.07.2022 Warsaw, PGE Narodowy (rescheduled from 17.07.2020 & 17.07.2021)
20.07.2022 Tallinn, Song Festival Grounds (rescheduled from 21.07.2020 & 21.07.2021)
24.07.2022 Oslo, Bjerke Travbane (rescheduled from Trondheim 26. & 27.07.2020 Granåsen & 25.07.2021 Leangen Travbane)
29.07.2022 Gothenburg, Ullevi Stadium (rescheduled from 31.07.2020 & 30.07.2021)
30.07.2022 Gothenburg, Ullevi Stadium (rescheduled from 01.08.2020 & 31.07.2021)
03.08.2022 Ostend, Park De Nieuwe Koers (rescheduled from 10.06.2020 & 07.08.2021)
Belfast, Boucher Road Playing Fields (canceled from 17.06.2020 & 12.06.2021)

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