Rammstein announce tour dates for 2024: concert in Campovolo in Italy

The German band, fronted by Till Lindemann, will return to stadiums next year. In Reggio Emilia on 21 July. Tickets on presale from October 16th for Lifad members, general presale from October 18th

Rammstein will return to play live with a European stadium tour in 2024. Among the concert dates, there will also be a stop in Italy. The race for tickets is about to begin: ticket hunt starting next week. The tour announcement

The announcement came as a surprise, with a promotional clip published on the German industrial metal band’s social channels. In the video, to the tune of ‘Mein Land’, several musical instruments and iconic props of the group are seen sliding along the airport baggage control belt, including ‘Engel’s’ wings. The band led by Till Lindemann will be touring Europe from mid-May to the end of July and will also return to Italy, with a single date scheduled for Campovolo, Reggio Emilia, on 21 July 2024.

Concert dates

The tour will start from Prague on May 11th, then continue in Dresden with two dates on May 15th and 16th, in Belgrade on May 24th, in Athens on May 30th, on June 5th in San Sebastian, on July 8th in Marseille, July 11th in Barcelona, ​​June 15th in Lyon, July 18th in Nijmegen, Holland. The six in Berlin will then continue on 23 June in Dublin, 27 June in Ostend, 5 July in Copenhagen, 17 and 18 July in Klagenfurt, and 21 July in Campovolo, Reggio Emilia. The tour will end in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, with two dates, scheduled for July 26th and 27th.

Tickets, when presale starts: the 2 dates

Tickets will be available from 11am on October 16th for Lifad members, the official fanclub, while general presale will open at 11am on October 18th. Last July 1st Rammstein played at the Stadio Euganeo in Padua, while the previous year they headed to the Stadio Olimpico in Turin for the ‘Zeit’ tour, the eighth and final studio album released on 29 April 2022.

Next year Rammsteim will celebrate an important anniversary: ​​30 years since their formation. One more reason for fans and the curious not to mark a one-of-a-kind show, with cinematographic sets, pyrotechnic effects and pounding sounds.