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    One of the most awaited concerts in Poland – Rammstein in Warsaw today!

    Rammstein concerts have almost from the beginning been co-created by spectacular pyrotechnic displays. In the lyrics of their songs, the musicians often use a play on words and refer to controversial topics. With their work, they want to cross barriers and have fun with music.

    Due to the expected extension of the COVID-19 restrictions on hosting events in 2021, Rammstein was forced to postpone its European tour once again. However, it will be possible to hear this fantastic band in Warsaw today. 


    At the PGE National Stadium in Warsaw, the gates will open as early as 5 pm and at 8.30 pm one of the most anticipated concerts of the year will begin. Rammstein will present songs from their latest album “Zeit,” but there will probably be plenty of its timeless hits.


    Rammstein is a band that needs no introduction. When they release a new album, you get the impression that the whole world stops. There is also the impression that ‘Zeit’ was made with their most loyal fans in mind.


    The official music video of the latest song Zeit from the latest album “Zeit”:



    The stage design, the sparkling pyrotechnic show, the perfectly orchestrated band, the sense of humour and the pathos of Rammstein’s staging are all rare in this scale and quality in the music market. So it is only logical that Rammstein offers all their current and future fans the opportunity to experience their “mega show,” with lots of fireworks, and a huge amount of bang and smoke.


    The band Rammstein is a German Neue Deutsche Härte band formed in Berlin in 1994. The band’s lineup—consisting of lead vocalist Till Lindemann, lead guitarist Richard Kruspe, rhythm guitarist Paul Landers, bassist Oliver Riedel, drummer Christoph Schneider, and keyboardist Christian “Flake” Lorenz—has remained unchanged throughout their history, along with their approach to songwriting, which consists of Lindemann writing and singing the lyrics over instrumental pieces the rest of the band have completed beforehand. 

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