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Watch spectacular footage from Rammstein's first North American Stadium Tour show

Rammstein onstage in Montreal
(Image credit: Alejandro Rozo/YouTube)

Rammstein's stadium tour has finally arrived in North America. The band played the first of a dozen scheduled shows on Sunday night (August 21), at the Parc Jean-Drapeau in Montreal, QC, Canada.

The North American leg of the tour was first announced in January 2020, with the dates scheduled to begin in August of that year. The tour was postponed just four months later, and postponed again in May 2021. The Montreal show is the band's first performance in North America since 2017. 

Rammstein have posted some official photos from the show, while fans have uploaded an array of fiery clips to social media, celebrating a set that now features four songs from this year's Zeit album; the opening salvo of Armee der Triste and Zick Zack, plus the title track and the set-closing Adieu.

The next leg of the tour is at the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, MN, on August 27. Full dates below. 

 

Rammstein Montreal setlist

Armee Der Tristen
Zick Zack
Links 2-3-4
Sehnsucht
Zeig Dich
Mein Herz Brennt
Puppe
Zeit
Heirate Mich
Deutschland
Radio
Mein Teil
Du hast
Sonne

Encore
Engel
Ausländer
Du Riechst So Gut
Pussy

Encore II
Rammstein
Ich Will
Adieu

Rammstein Stadium Tour 2022

Aug 27: Minneapolis U.S. Bank Stadium, MN
Aug 31: Philadelphia Lincoln Financial Field, PA
Sep 03: Chicago Soldier Field, IL
Sep 06: East Rutherford MetLife Stadium, NJ
Sep 09: Foxborough Gillette Stadium, MA
Sep 17: San Antonio Alamodome, TX
Sep 23: Los Angeles Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, CA
Sep 24: Los Angeles Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, CA
Oct 01: Mexico City Foro Sol, Mexico
Oct 02: Mexico City Foro Sol, Mexico
Oct 04: Mexico City Foro Sol, Mexico

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