Rammstein Confirm New Stadium Dates Including Coventry – With Strict Ticket Rules

Rammstein to return to Europe in 2020

Rammstein band photo. The band are all wearing white and are stood in front of a pink background. Each holds a puppy apart from one member who has the puppy on his head.

Following Saturday’s 30,000 strong sell-out show at Stadium MK, Milton Keynes (the band’s biggest ever UK headline show), Rammstein have now confirmed a further UK show as part of their 2020 European Stadium Tour.

The band will be stopping off at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry on Saturday 20th June 2020. All ticket dates for Europe are below. 

Getting Rammstein Tickets

We’re putting this as a great big headline to ensure everyone has the best chance of getting tickets. In order to prevent ticket touts hiking prices, a number of rules are in force.

  • Tickets for the Coventry show go on sale on Friday July 12th at 10am exclusively via the following authorised outlets: EventimAXSTicketmaster and the Venue.
  • Ticket sales are going to be really strict and tickets bought from other outlets are not authorised and aren’t valid.
  • All information about legitimate presale sites for the official presale can be found at rammstein.com.
  • Create a customer account with the site you intend to buy tickets from in advance so you can buy tickets quicker when the tickets go on sale.
  • Tickets are personalised according to the country (for concerts in Germany, all tickets are personalised). Personalised means that each ticket is bound to the person named on the ticket. In Germany, a maximum of six tickets per show can be purchased per customer.
  • For all other shows, the maximum number of tickets displayed for each country during the purchase process can be purchased. Further information on the limitation and possible personalisation in the individual countries will be provided during the sales process and are part of the General Terms and Conditions.
  • Resale of personalised Rammstein tickets is prohibited.


25.05.2020 Klagenfurt am Worthersee, Woertherseestadion

29.05.2020 Leipzig, Red Bull Arena Leipzig

02.06.2020 Stuttgart, Mercedes-Benz Arena

06.06.2020 Zurich, Stadion Letzigrund

07.06.2020 Zurich, Stadion Letzigrund

10.06.2020 Ostend, Park de Nieuwe Koers

17.06.2020 Belfast, Boucher Road Playing Fields

20.06.2020 Coventry, Ricoh Arena

24.06.2020 Nijmegen, Goffertpark

27.06.2020 Dusseldorf, Merkur Spiel-Arena

01.07.2020 Hamburg, Volksparkstadion

04.07.2020 Berlin, Olympiastadion

09.07.2020 Lyon, Groupama Stadium

13.07.2020 Turin, Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino

17.07.2020 Warsaw, PGE Narodowy

21.07.2020 Tallinn, Tallinn Song Festival Grounds

26.07.2020 Trondheim, Granåsen

31.07.2020 Gothenburg, Ullevi Stadium

04.08.2020 Aarhus, Ceres Park

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