Visually impaired fans are allowed to explore the stage

Rammstein’s “Stadium Tour”, which has been repeatedly postponed, is now in full swing. The Neue-Deutsche-Härte-Band kicked off their tour last weekend (May 15th and 16th) with two shows at Prague’s Letnany Airport. Now the group has announced a special offer for the visually impaired on Instagram.

“Feel and discover” the stage

Accompanied by a photo of their show stage set up in Prague, Rammstein are addressing visually impaired fans on Instagram. They should be given the opportunity to “feel and discover” the huge stage before the concert for which they have a ticket. In order to take advantage of the offer, one should first apply, they say. All you have to do is send proof of your visual impairment, stating the show for which you have a ticket, to [email protected].

The call for applications can also be heard verbally in Rammstein’s Instagram story. The band has not yet announced any further details about the campaign.

Leipzig: No admission with old tickets

The next performance for the group around Till Lindemann is on Friday (May 20th). The musicians will play two more of their 31 European shows at the weekend in the Red Bull Arena in Leipzig. It has been announced that old tickets from 2020 and 2021 are no longer valid. Admission is only granted with updated tickets.

In addition to new tracks from the current album “Zeit”, the set list of the tour also includes well-known Rammstein classics such as “Deutschland” or “Du hast”.

Contrary to the latest rumors on the Internet that Rammstein is planning another tour for 2023, according to the current status there will be no further tour next year. The misinformation is believed to have been circulated by Russian cybertrolls.