Rammstein have confirmed that their pyro-tastic stadium tour will visit Belfast in 2020.
The German industrial metallers posted a gif on social media on Tuesday that flashes up the names of 17 European cities they will bring their mind-blowing pyro production to next year.
Alongside cities like Lyon, Berlin, Zurich, Gothenburg, Tallinn and Dusseldorf, one solitary UK city pops up – Belfast.
Simply writing “Get ready for 2020! #Rammstein”, the band were yet to reveal the specific dates and venues on their 2020 jaunt.
UPDATE (8pm, 26th June): Rammstein have now confirmed they will play Belfast Boucher Road Playing Field on Wednesday 17th June 2020.
Intriguingly, the band added: “UK shows to be announced at a later date as part of the 2020 Europe Stadium Tour.”
The tour dates are as follows:
Klagenfurt Wörthersee Stadion, Austria - 25th
Leipzig Red Bull Arena, Germany - 29th
Stuttgart Mercedes-Benz Arena, Germany - 2nd
Zurich Letzigrund, Switzerland - 6th
Zurich Letzigrund, Switzerland - 7th
Ostend Event Site, Belgium - 10th
Belfast Boucher Road Playing Field, Northern Ireland - 17th
Nijmegen Goffertpark, Holland - 24th
Düsseldorf Merkur Spiel-Arena, Germany - 27th
Hamburg Volksparkstadion, Germany - 1st
Berlin Olympiastadion, Germany - 4th
Lyon Groupama Stadium, France - 9th
Turin Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino, Italy - 13th
Warsaw PGE Narodowy, Poland - 17th
Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, Estonia - 21st
Trondheim Granåsen, Norway - 26th
Gothenburg Ullevi Stadium, Sweden - 31st
Ahead of Rammstein's Milton Keynes Stadium show, Planet Rock recently took a look at the band's jaw-dropping European stadium tour and we asked is it the biggest pyro-production in the history of rock music?