Rammstein Postpone North American Tour Until 2021
The band are working to reschedule all dates
Published May 27, 2020Rammstein are the latest band to pump the breaks on a North American tour due to COVID-19.
The German outfit, who were set to kick off a North American trek behind last year's Untitled album in Montreal this August, will postpone their time on the road until 2021. Find the band's updated itinerary below.
"Sadly, but in the best interests of everyone's health and safety, we have to postpone our North America Tour. We are now working on rescheduling the tour in 2021," the band wrote in a statement, linking fans to further ticketing and tour details through AEG.
In March, it was reported that Rammstein vocalist Till Lindemann had tested positive for COVID-19, though the band clarified that he in fact tested negative.
Following the release of Untitled, the band made plans to re-release their 1998 concert film Live aus Berlin earlier this year, with some uncensored footage intact.
While it certainly doesn't compare to seeing their revered live show, Rammstein's 60-hour stage setup timelapse is something to behold.
08/23 Philadelphia, PA - Lincoln Financial Field
08/27 Washington, DC - FedExField
08/30 Minneapolis, MN - U.S. Bank Stadium
09/03 Chicago, IL - Soldier Field
09/06 Foxborough, MA - Gillette Stadium
09/10 East Rutherford, NJ - MetLife Stadium
09/16 San Antonio, TX - Alamodome
09/19 Los Angeles, CA - Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Sadly, but in the best interests of everyone's health and safety, we have to postpone our North America Tour. We are now working on rescheduling the tour in 2021. More information: https://t.co/PvrCAR5iiH #Rammstein pic.twitter.com/8PzOUNPqp1 — Rammstein (@RSprachrohr) May 27, 2020