Rammstein announced they will bring their epic live show to 9 cities in North America throughout the month of May.

The Berlin-based six-piece band, who immediately sold out two exclusive performances last December at the Bell Centre in Montreal and the legendary Madison Square Garden in New York City, have not toured in North America since 2001.

Commented guitarist Richard Z. Kruspe: "We have waited 10 long years for the perfect opportunity to bring our full show to North America. The time is now and we are excited to share this with our fans who have waited for so long."

Tickets will go on sale Friday, February 25.


Rammstein: North American Tour

May 05 - East Rutherford, NJ @ Izod Center
May 07 - Montreal, QC @ Bell Centre
May 08 - Toronto, ON @ Air Canada Centre
May 10 - Chicago, IL @ Allstate Arena
May 13 - Edmonton, AB @ Rexall Place
May 15 - Seattle, WA @ Tacoma Dome
May 18 - Oakland, CA @ Oracle Arena
May 20 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Forum
May 21 - Las Vegas, CA @ Thomas & Mack Center


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Posted: 18.02.2011 by Abattoir



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MechanisT - 18.02.2011 at 00:04  
Intriguing, but why does everybody tend to skip Mexico? Aren't they considered to be in North America or what?
Valentin B - 18.02.2011 at 00:07  
USA and Canadians, i have one piece of advice for ya: do NOT fucking miss this, even if you like only 3-4 Rammstein songs. when it comes to entertaining with purposefully over the top stage shows, R+ is the safest bet.

you will be literally blown the fuck away. i've yet to come across a band that entertains in such an over-the-top explosive way as Rammstein does.
Xim - 18.02.2011 at 00:23  
I want to see them. Hopefully I'll be able to fork up the cash.

Any ideas on who's supporting them?
Yojimbo - 18.02.2011 at 01:28  
Written by Valentin B on 18.02.2011 at 00:07

USA and Canadians, i have one piece of advice for ya: do NOT fucking miss this, even if you like only 3-4 Rammstein songs. when it comes to entertaining with purposefully over the top stage shows, R+ is the safest bet.

you will be literally blown the fuck away. i've yet to come across a band that entertains in such an over-the-top explosive way as Rammstein does.

What exactly do they do that's so compelling?
ApocalypticaMax3 - 18.02.2011 at 04:57  
Third time in Quebec this year, couldn't be asking for better.

"What exactly do they do that's so compelling?"

Fire. Everywhere. Used in every possible and imaginable way.

(and a cum cannon, haha.)

I sincerely can't think of a metal band that would give such a big performance, not only musically, but theatrically.
amonamarthavenge - 18.02.2011 at 05:45  
I am probably going to see Rammstein, as good as hearing Amon Amarth play two sets sounds, Rammstein rule!!!
LeChron James - 18.02.2011 at 07:46  
Is it just them? No supporting acts? If so, this should be INSANE.
Abattoir - 18.02.2011 at 10:08  
Written by MechanisT on 18.02.2011 at 00:04

Intriguing, but why does everybody tend to skip Mexico? Aren't they considered to be in North America or what?

No they aren't...Mexico is the biggest part of Central America.
MechanisT - 18.02.2011 at 10:46  
Written by Abattoir on 18.02.2011 at 10:08

Written by MechanisT on 18.02.2011 at 00:04

Intriguing, but why does everybody tend to skip Mexico? Aren't they considered to be in North America or what?

No they aren't...Mexico is the biggest part of Central America.


Still, politically it is in North America, right?
Kwis - 18.02.2011 at 11:47  
Recent Cape Town show ROCKED! Hope to see them again. Those damn flames are lethal!
Abattoir - 18.02.2011 at 21:32  
Written by MechanisT on 18.02.2011 at 10:46

Written by Abattoir on 18.02.2011 at 10:08

Written by MechanisT on 18.02.2011 at 00:04

Intriguing, but why does everybody tend to skip Mexico? Aren't they considered to be in North America or what?

No they aren't...Mexico is the biggest part of Central America.


Still, politically it is in North America, right?

Back again (off-topic)...I was wrong about this, Mexico is the part of North America, so I apologize for my confusing mistake
MechanisT - 18.02.2011 at 22:26  
Written by Abattoir on 18.02.2011 at 21:32

Written by MechanisT on 18.02.2011 at 10:46

Written by Abattoir on 18.02.2011 at 10:08

Written by MechanisT on 18.02.2011 at 00:04

Intriguing, but why does everybody tend to skip Mexico? Aren't they considered to be in North America or what?

No they aren't...Mexico is the biggest part of Central America.


Still, politically it is in North America, right?

Back again (off-topic)...I was wrong about this, Mexico is the part of North America, so I apologize for my confusing mistake


We all trip n' fall somtimes, dude. Nothing to worry here...
Elodie Artour - 19.02.2011 at 12:38  
When I read that news, I was pretty surprised, to be honest. Previously, Rammstein used to state they would never play in the States.

Anyways. Congrats, North American guys! And, please - take a notice on Vali's words. I saw them live last year, too and they kicked some serious ass.
IchZerstörteSie - 19.02.2011 at 15:20  
Hell Yeahhhh
MsTressX - 12.03.2011 at 00:06  
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Intriguing, but why does everybody tend to skip Mexico? Aren't they considered to be in North America or what?

No they aren't...Mexico is the biggest part of Central America.


Still, politically it is in North America, right?

Back again (off-topic)...I was wrong about this, Mexico is the part of North America, so I apologize for my confusing mistake


We all trip n' fall somtimes, dude. Nothing to worry here...


Mexico is North America and Rammstein did not skip Mexico, in fact, they did 2 shows early in December 2010 and are planning to go back again. They've sold out all their concerts there and have expressed great feelings towards his Mexican fans, since they've shown much passion, while singing all their songs. I'm glad they're coming to Los Angeles, would've flown down there just to see them.
MechanisT - 12.03.2011 at 12:21  
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Written by MsTressX on 12.03.2011 at 00:06

Intriguing, but why does everybody tend to skip Mexico? Aren't they considered to be in North America or what?

No they aren't...Mexico is the biggest part of Central America.


Still, politically it is in North America, right?

Back again (off-topic)...I was wrong about this, Mexico is the part of North America, so I apologize for my confusing mistake


We all trip n' fall somtimes, dude. Nothing to worry here...


Mexico is North America and Rammstein did not skip Mexico, in fact, they did 2 shows early in December 2010 and are planning to go back again. They've sold out all their concerts there and have expressed great feelings towards his Mexican fans, since they've shown much passion, while singing all their songs. I'm glad they're coming to Los Angeles, would've flown down there just to see them.


Good to know that they didn't miss out on some spicy tacos.

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