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Coronavirus: Rammstein issue statement on 2020 touring plans

Posted by on April 17, 2020

 

Despite releasing their first album in a decade to flying marketing blimps, an insane time-lapse construction video, and booking a massive North American trek, the COVID-19 pandemic can shut down everything Rammstein had planned for 2020. Between predictions to official extended bans on mass gatherings, we aren’t sure when concerts and festivals will resume. Rammstein has addressed all of these concerns in a new statement. These German industrial metal giants are currently looking for a solution and more details on exactly how many shows are affected by this.

 

Read the full statement below: 

“Covid-19 // Rammstein Shows 2020

Recently, several international governments have extended their bans on large-scale events. Also affected, unfortunately, are some of the dates for the 2020 Rammstein Tour.

We are working on a solution for this difficult situation together with our partners in all the affected countries, and we hope for the understanding of those who have purchased tickets for the coming shows.

As soon as we have precise and definitive information, we will communicate this immediately.

Until then we ask for your understanding and patience, and we would also please request that you refrain for the time being from addressing further questions to the local event organizers, the band management, or the ticketsystems. An update will follow as soon as possible.”

 

 

[via GhostCult]

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