Lindemann Tour Sells 80,000 Tickets In 48 Hours

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Till Lindemann during a Rammstein concert in Rome (Photo by Simone Cecchetti/Corbis via Getty Images)

Till Lindemann is used to selling tickets fast when touring with his bandmates from Rammstein. As the current tally for his European solo tour suggests, fans are equally eager to see him on his own.

Promoter Handwerker Promotion, a subsidiary of DEAG, announced that more than 80,000 tickets for the 24-date arena run sold out in 48 hours, while the demand continued.

The concerts in Lingen, Frankfurt, and Antwerp – see full itinerary below, are already sold out, according to a press release from the promoters.

Lindemann’s “European Tour 2023” kicks off Nov. 8 at Quarterback Real Estate Arena in Leipzig, Germany. German fans are treated to more than ten shows, before the tour travels to the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Sweden, Belgium, the UK, the Netherlands, and France.

Support acts on the tour are Aesthetic Perfection, and Phantom Vision. Handwerker Promotion acts as international concert promoter for the tour.

Fred Handwerker, managing director of Handwerker Promotion, commented, “We are very excited about this gigantic reception and congratulate Till Lindemann and all parties involved on this brilliant success.”

See: Till Lindemann Announces 2023 European Tour

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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