Till Lindemann Announces 2023 European Tour

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Rammstein frontman Till Lindemann will embark on a European solo tour this year. (Picture courtesy of Handwerker Promotion)

Rammstein singer Till Lindemann has announce a solo tour of Europe, promoted by
DEAG subsidiary Handwerker Promotion.

Till Lindemann, thevoice of Rammstein, is going on a European tour this year, bringing along new songs. Lindemann’s “European Tour 2023” comprises 24 concerts in 13 different countries across the continent, organized by Germany-based promoter Handwerker Promotion in cooperation with Music Minds Productions.

The tour kicks off Nov. 8, 2023, at the Quarterback Real Estate Arena in Leipzig, Germany. Ten more concerts will follow in Germany, as well as in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Sweden, Belgium, the UK, and Holland, before closing at Accor Arena in France, Dec. 20. Support acts include Aesthetic Perfection and Phantom Vision.

Handwerker Promotion MD Fred Handwerker commented, “Till Lindemann has long since conquered a place in the Olympus of music history. He always sets new standards and inspires his fans with spectacular shows. Together with our partner Music Minds I am looking forward to unforgettable concerts.”

Johannes Wessels of Music Minds Productions & Events, added, “Till Lindemann is undoubtedly one of the most exciting artists of our time. He is a master of his craft and is one of the best frontmen in rock. His shows are a spectacle that will make the masses quake.”

The presale for Till Lindemann´s tour starts May 2at 12 p.m. (CET).

Till Lindemann “European Tour 2023”:

Nov. 8 – QUARTERBACK Immobilien ARENA – Leipzig, Germany
Nov. 10 – Mitsubishi Electric HALLE – Düsseldorf, Germany
Nov. 12 – MCC Halle Münsterland – Münster, Germany
Nov. 14 – brose ARENA – Bamberg, Germany
Nov. 15 – EmslandArena – Lingen
Nov. 17 – myticket Jahrhunderthalle – Frankfurt, Germany
Nov. 18 – Eissporthalle – Kassel, Germany
Nov. 20 – Arena Trier – Trier, Germany
Nov. 22 – TipSport Arena (Fortuna Sport Hall) – Prag, Czech Republic
Nov. 24 – Incheba Expo Arena (Hala C) – Bratislava, Slovakia
Nov. 26 – Spodek – Katowice, Poland
Nov. 28 – Zalgirio Arena – Kaunas, Lithuania
Nov. 30 – Arena Riga – Riga, Latvia

Dec. 2 – Tonriaba Jaahall – Tallinn, Estonia
Dec. 3 – Ice Hall – Helsinki, Finland
Dec. 5 – Hovet – Stockholm, Sweden
Dec. 6 – Malmö Arena – Malmö, Sweden
Dec. 8 – Sporthalle Hamburg – Hamburg, Germany
Dec. 10 – Lotto Arena – Antwerpen, Belgium
Dec. 12 – OVO Arena Wembley – London, England
Dec. 14 – RTM Stage – Rotterdam, Netherlands
Dec. 16 – Porsche-Arena – Stuttgart, Germany
Dec. 18 – Zenith, die Kulturhalle – München, Germany
Dec. 20 – Accor Arena – Paris, France

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