Rammstein Announces Rescheduled 2021 North American Tour Dates

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Rammstein was supposed to head out on its first-ever stadium tour of North America in 2020, only to see the COVID-19 pandemic force the German industrial/metal band to postpone the trek.

On Thursday, Rammstein announced the rescheduled North American dates, which will now take place in August 2021, barring any further changes.


The full dates and details, with more details available on the official Rammstein website:

Rammstein are very happy to announce the rescheduled dates for their North America Tour today!
The tour will now begin on August 22, 2021 in Montreal and end on October 1, 2021 in Mexico City.

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.

Thank you so much for your patience, and we are looking forward to seeing you next year!

8/22/21 – Montreal, QC – Parc Jean-Drapeau
8/26/21 – Philadelphia, PA – Lincoln Financial Field
9/1/21 – Chicago, IL – Soldier Field
9/3/21 – Minneapolis, MN – U.S. Bank Stadium
9/8/21 – Foxborough (Boston), MA – Gillette Stadium
9/10/21 – East Rutherford (NYC), NJ – MetLife Stadium
9/18/21 – Los Angeles, CA – Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
9/24/21 – San Antonio, TX – Alamodome
9/30/21 – Mexico City, MX – Foro Sol
10/1/21 – Mexico City, MX – Foro Sol

The stadium dates will give North American Rammstein fans a rare opportunity to catch the band’s ridiculous, over-the-top live show in a way they haven’t before.

Before the pandemic shut down tour plans, Rammstein shared a video of the process that went into constructing its massive stage setup for European shows, and … well, it’s big:

All of this comes after Rammstein released its self-titled seventh studio album in May 2019 — ending a decade-long drought between records and announcing that yes, it was very much still alive, aggressive and dynamic.


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