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Rammstein announce 2019 European stadium tour

The trek will likely be in support of the band's first album in 10 years

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    Rammstein had been teasing some big news by projecting their logo on the sides of buildings throughout Europe this past week, and now the band has announced a major summer 2019 tour of European stadiums.

    The trek will likely be in support of what will be the German industrial metal veterans’ first album in 10 years, with guitarist Paul Landers recently revealing that the highly anticipated disc is expected to arrive in the spring.

    The European stadium tour kicks off June 28th in Paris, France, and wraps up August 22nd in Vienna, Austria. While the trek is nearly two months long, there are only 16 total shows mapped out, presumably allowing for extra dates to be added or for time to move Rammstein’s elaborate stage setup from city to city. Tickets to all shows will be available on November 8th via Rammstein’s official site.

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    Rammstein have long been known as one of the most dynamic live bands in the world, with pyro, stage props and frontman Till Lindemann’s acrobatic stage antics leading the way. All of the dates, along with an official video tour trailer, can be seen below.’

    Prior to the European trek, Rammstein will be playing two previously announced New Year’s concerts in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, on December 31st and January 1st.

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    Rammstein 2018-2019 Tour Dates:
    12/31 – Puerto Vallarta, MX @ Explanada Hotel Secrets
    01/02 – Puerto Vallarta MX @ Explanada Hotel Secrets
    06/28 – Paris, FR @ La Defense Arena
    07/02 – Hannover, DE @ HDI Arena
    07/06 – Milton Keynes, GB @ Stadium
    07/10 – Brussels, BE @ Stade Roi Baudoiun
    07/13 – Frankfurt, DE @ Commerzbank Arena
    07/16 – Prague, CZ @ Eden Arena
    07/17 – Prague, CZ @ Eden Arena
    07/20 – Luxembourg, LU @ Roeser Festival Grounds
    07/24 – Chorzow, CZ @ Stadion Slaski
    07/29 – Moscow, RU @ VTB Arena
    08/02 – St. Petersburg, RU @ Stadium
    08/06 – Riga, LV @ Lucavsala
    08/10 – Tampere, FI @ Ratina Stadion
    08/14 – Stockholm, SE @ Stadion
    08/18 – Oslo, NO @ Ullevaal Stadion
    08/22 – Vienna, AT @ Ernst-Happel Stadion

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