Rammstein is hitting the road once again in 2024 for a beefy European stadium tour. The tour kicks off next May and is in support of their recent studio album Zeit. Get the dates below and get your tickets here.
5/11 – Czech Republic, Prague, Airport Letňany
5/15 – Germany, Dresden, Rinne
5/16 – Germany, Dresden, Rinne
5/24 – Serbia, Belgrade, Ušće Park
5/30 – Greece, Athens, [to be announced soon]
6/5 – Spain, San Sebastián, Estadio Anoeta
6/8 – France, Marseille, Orange Vélodrome
6/11 – Spain, Barcelona, Estadi Olímpic
6/15 – France, Lyon, Groupama Stadium
6/18 – Netherlands, Nijmegen, Goffertpark
6/23 – Ireland, Dublin, RDS Arena
6/27 – Belgium, Ostend, Park Nieuwe Koers
7/5 – Denmark, Copenhagen, Valbyparken
7/17 – Austria, Klagenfurt, Wörthersee Stadion
7/18 – Austria, Klagenfurt, Wörthersee Stadion
7/21 – Italy, Reggio Emilia, RCF Arena (Campovolo)
7/26 – Germany, Gelsenkirchen, Veltins-Arena
7/27 – Germany, Gelsenkirchen, Veltins-Arena
Rammstein released the anniversary version of Sehnsucht this June 9, which featured:
- The entire album remastered in HD sound
- A new mix of the track "Spiel mit mir"
- All new packaging designed by the original artwork designer Dirk Rudolph
- A 40-page booklet featuring unpublished and re-edited photos by artist Gottfried Helnwein
- An embossed silver foil slipcase
The anniversary edition of Sehnsucht is available here. As far as the popularity of Sehnsucht, it spawned three of the band's massive hits – "Du hast", "Bück dich", and "Engel". The album has sold over one million copies in the United States alone. It's also worth pointing out that the original "Du Hast" video was posted to YouTube seven years ago and has already amassed over 503 million views.
Zeit was co-produced by Rammstein and Berlin producer Olsen Involtini, and was recorded at La Fabrique Studios in St. Rémy de Provence, France. The album is released almost exactly three years to the day of its predecessor, Rammstein's 2019 untitled album that shot straight to the top of 14 international charts—including the U.S. top 10—following the longest break between albums of their career to date.