Rammstein vocalist Till Lindemann has been forced to postpone his planned 2022 solo European tour, which was set to start on January 18th in Kyiv, Ukraine. New show dates have not been announced.
Till’s camp write:
“The epidemiological situation in the world is deteriorating sharply. It imposes new restrictions on international flights, the entry and stay of band and team members. And holding concerts during a period of increasing morbidity is unsafe for visitors.
Unfortunately in these circumstances it becomes impossible to make Till Lindemann’s tour within the specified time frame. To prevent the spread of a new type of COVID-19, we are forced to postpone the concerts to the new dates.
All previously purchased tickets remain valid for the new dates.
We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience and hope for your understanding.”
Postponed dates include:
18 – Kiev, Ukraine @ Stereo Plaza
20 – Bratislava, Slovakia @ EXPO-Aréna
22 – Prague, Czech Republic @ Tipsport Arena
23 – Tallinn, Estonia @ Tondiraba Ice Hall
26 – Novossibirsk, Russia @ Mvk “Novosibirsk Ekspotsentr”
28 – Moscow, Russia @ Adrenaline Stadium
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