Rammstein Tour 2023: How to get tickets to performances?
Rammstein will come to Berlin and Munich in 2023 for two concerts each. Pre-order starts now. All information about tickets and dates.
Berlin. Fans cheer: Rammstein in 2023, it will tour Germany again. Anyone who missed the band this year accompanied by singer Till Lindemann (59) or would like to relive this gigantic show with lots of fire, light and effects, can now get tickets for the third leg of the stadium tour in Europe. Recently, Rammstein played ten famous shows in Germany alone in the second leg of the current tour, which was postponed twice because of the crown. In the first part, over a million fans visited 30 shows in 2019, including ten shows in Germany.
Rammstein’s hometown Berlin now means July 2023 in the tour schedule. Moreover, in June 2023 two concerts in Munich planned. The legendary band also wants to play live in other European cities. Exact tour dates and any other information regarding concerts and ticketing can be found here.
Where and when will Rammstein perform in 2023?
- Rammstein will be in Munich at the Olympic Stadium (Spiridon-Louis-Ring, 80809 Munich). Concerts in Munich will take place on June 7 and 8, 2023 at 19.30.
- Rammstein will be in Berlin at the Olympic Stadium (Olympischer Platz 3, 14053 Berlin). Concerts in Berlin will take place on July 15 and 16, 2023 at 19:30.
When does advance booking of concerts start?
Advance orders for Rammstein concerts across Europe start on the day Thursday, September 8, 2022 at 10:00 at eventim.de. Very high demand is expected.
- Even if there are no more tickets available at the moment, it’s worth keeping up-to-date as tickets from expired bookings keep coming back.
- Do not open multiple browser tabs or windows or different types of browsers at the same time, as different sessions increase the risk of losing tickets in the basket.
Tickets are personalized. Therefore, at the beginning of the pre-sale Payment details ready as well names and surnames people for whom the tickets are intended.
Tickets to Munich:
Here is the link to the concert on Wednesday June 7, 2023.
Here is the link to the concert on Thursday, June 8, 2023.
Tickets to Berlin:
Here is the link to the concert on Saturday, July 15, 2023.
Here is the link to the concert on Sunday, July 16, 2023.
There is a separate helpline for wheelchair users and severely disabled people with a note B in the ID: 0421 – 353638.
Are there any restrictions when purchasing tickets?
Every customer can up to six tickets for the show acquire. The sale of tickets to children under six is not allowed. A ticket cannot be purchased for them as an authorized third party. Also interesting: Rammstein: A big concert scheduled for New Years Eve
What songs will Rammstein play in Berlin?
The setlist is not yet known. Rammstein played these songs at his concerts in 2022 at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin:
- Army of the Grim
- Left 2 3 4
- show up
- My heart is on fire
- marry me
- Germany (RMX by Richard Z. Kruspe) (played from tape)
- my part
- You have
- Anioł (Scala & Kolacny Brothers layout)
- You smell nice
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What other European cities will Rammstein play in 2023?
The band confirmed these other concerts:
- May 22, 2023 Lithuania – Vilnius, Vingio Parkas
- 27-28 May 2023 Finland – Helsinki, Olympic Stadium
- June 2, 2023 Denmark – Odense, Dyrskueplads
- June 7 and 8, 2023 Germany – Munich, Olympiastadion
- June 14, 2023 Slovakia – Trencin, Trencin Airport
- June 17 and 18, 2023 Switzerland – Bern, Wankdorf Stadium
- June 23, 2023 Spain – Madrid, Estadio Civitas Metropolitano
- June 26, 2023 Portugal – Lisbon, Estádio Da Luz
- July 1, 2023 Italy – Padua, Stadio Euganeo
- July 6, 2023 The Netherlands – Groningen, Stadspark
- July 11, 2023 Hungary v Budapest, Puskas Arena
- July 22, 2023 France – Paris, Stade de France
- July 26, 2023 Austria v Vienna, Ernst Happel Stadium
- July 30, 2023 Poland – Chorzów, Silesian Stadium
- August 4, 2023 Belgium – Brussels, Stadion im. King Baudouin
This article first appeared on morgenpost.de.