Rammstein will play a gargantuan show at Cardiff Principality Stadium in summer 2020.
The Neue Deutsche Härte band began teasing the show on Friday evening (26th July) when they posted a photo to Facebook of a red sports shirt, emblazoned with the Rammstein logo and the number 20, draped over dark green stadium seating.
They captioned the image: “Another UK Rammstein stadium show is coming – can you guess where?”
Many fans correctly guessed the venue as Cardiff Principality Stadium and Rammstein have now confirmed they will play the 74,500-capacity venue on Sunday 14th June 2020. It’s their biggest ever show in Great Britain.
Off to the land of the dragons! #Rammstein now announce the next UK date for the Europe Stadium Tour 2020.— Rammstein (@RSprachrohr) July 29, 2019
14.06.2020: Cardiff – Principality Stadium
Ticket pre-sale starts on Wednesday, July 31 at 10 BST. pic.twitter.com/hiCSzj7OsZ
The eagerly-awaited show is only their second ever appearance in Wales, and their first since they played Cardiff International Arena on 18th July 2005 as part of the Ahoi Tour.
Tickets go on sale from Planet Rock Tickets at 10am on Wednesday 31st July 2019.
Additionally, if fans have already booked tickets for the Coventry date at Ricoh Arena on Saturday 20th June 2020, Rammstein would like to offer the chance to exchange tickets to the Cardiff date for those who find this location more convenient.
Ticket holders should contact point of purchase to confirm the exchange. The cut-off date for all exchange requests will be Friday 9th August 2019.
The Cardiff concert is part of a four-month European stadium tour from May to August 2020 that also includes shows at Belfast Boucher Road Playing Field and the aforementioned Coventry Ricoh Arena.
The 2019 European trek included a gig at Milton Keynes Stadium on Saturday 6th July where Rammstein brought their staggering new outdoor production to the UK for the first time.
Rammstein's 2020 European tour is as follows:
Klagenfurt am Worthersee, Woertherseestadion – 25th
Leipzig Red Bull Arena – 29th
Leipzig Red Bull Arena – 30th
Stuttgart Mercedes-Benz Arena – 2nd
Stuttgart Mercedes-Benz Arena – 3rd
Zurich Stadion Letzigrund – 6th
Zurich Stadion Letzigrund – 7th
Ostend Park de Nieuwe Koers – 10th
Cardiff Principality Stadium – 14th
Belfast Boucher Road Playing Fields – 17th
Coventry Ricoh Arena – 20th
Nijmegen Goffertpark – 24th
Dusseldorf Merkur Spiel-Arena – 27th
Dusseldorf Merkur Spiel-Arena – 28th
Hamburg Volksparkstadion – 1st
Hamburg Volksparkstadion – 2nd
Berlin Olympiastadion – 4th
Berlin Olympiastadion – 5th
Lyon Groupama Stadium – 9th
Lyon Groupama Stadium – 10th
Turin Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino – 13th
Warsaw PGE Narodowy – 17th
Tallinn Tallinn Song Festival Grounds – 21st
Trondheim Granåsen – 26th
Gothenburg Ullevi Stadium – 31st
Gothenburg Ullevi Stadium – 1st
Aarhus Ceres Park – 4th