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Mutter Tour
Tour by Rammstein
Associated album Mutter
Start date May 1, 2001 (2001-05-01)
End date September 1, 2002 (2002-09-01)
Legs 6
No. of shows 62 in Europe
55 in North America
117
Rammstein concert chronology

Mutter Tour is the third concert tour by German Industrial Metal band Rammstein, in support of their third studio album Mutter.

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Transcription

Setlist

  1. "5/4"
  2. "Mein Herz Brennt"
  3. "Links 2 3 4"
  4. "Feuer Frei!"
  5. "Rein Raus"
  6. "Adios"
  7. "Mutter"
  8. "Hallelujah"
  9. "Zwitter"
  10. "Weisses Fleisch"
  11. "Sehnsucht"
  12. "Asche zu Asche"
  13. "Du Hast"
  14. "Bück Dich"
  15. "Engel"
Encore
  1. "Rammstein"
  2. "Sonne"
  3. "Ich Will"
  4. "Stripped" (Depeche Mode-Cover)
  • Note: "5/4" was the intro song played at the shows' start, and is featured on the "Mutter" single.
  • Note: "Heirate Mich", "Spieluhr", "Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen?" and "Nebel" were played a couple of times, mostly on the first third of the tour.
  • Note: Earlier shows were ended with a cover of the Ramones' song "Pet Sematary" in honor of the passing of Joey Ramone with guests joining the band on stage, including C.J. Ramone, Marky Ramone, Clawfinger vocalist Zak Tell, and Jerry Only of The Misfits. As the tour went on, it was replaced with Stripped, a cover-song from Depeche Mode.
  • Note: The traditional Russian song Песня О Тревожной Молодости was played one time only on their show in St. Petersburg.

Tour dates

Date[1] City Country Venue
Fan-Club Show
May 1, 2001 Berlin Germany Knaack
1st European leg
May 11, 2001 Nuremberg Germany Arena
May 13, 2001
May 14, 2001 Bielefeld Seidenstickerhalle
May 15, 2001 Hamburg Sporthalle
May 16, 2001
May 18, 2001 Berlin Velodrom
May 19, 2001
May 21, 2001 Munich Olympiahalle
May 22, 2001 Vienna Austria Stadthalle
May 24, 2001 Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion
May 26, 2001 Riesa Germany Sachsen Arena
May 27, 2001 Erfurt Messehalle
May 28, 2001 Stuttgart Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
May 29, 2001 Frankfurt Festhalle
May 31, 2001 Dortmund Westfalenhalle
June 1, 2001 Hanover Preussag Arena
June 6, 2001 Lisbon Portugal Coliseu do Recreios
June 7, 2001 Madrid Spain Macumba
June 9, 2001 Paris France Elysée Montmartre
June 12, 2001 Prague Czech Republic Stadion Strahov
June 15, 2001 Reykjavik Iceland Laugardalshall
June 16, 2001
1st North American leg
June 29, 2001 Selma, TX United States Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
June 30, 2001 Dallas, TX Big Freakin' Deal
July 1, 2001 Albuquerque, NM Journal Pavilion
July 3, 2001 Las Vegas, NV House of Blues
July 4, 2001 Hollywood, CA The Palace
July 5, 2001 San Francisco, CA The Warfield
July 6, 2001 Portland, OR Roseland Theater
July 7, 2001 Seattle, WA The Moore
July 8, 2001 Boise, ID The Big Easy
July 10, 2001 Denver, CO Fillmore Auditorium
July 11, 2001 Kansas City, MO Uptown Theater
July 12, 2001 St. Louis, MO The Pageant
July 14, 2001 Gilford, NH Meadowbrook Musical Arts Center
July 15, 2001 Montreal, QC Canada Metropolis
July 16, 2001 Toronto, ON The Docks
July 18, 2001 New York, NY United States Hammerstein Ballroom
July 19, 2001 Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory
July 20, 2001 Pittsburgh, PA Metropol
July 21, 2001 Cleveland, OH The Odeon
July 22, 2001 Pontiac, MI Clutch Cargo
July 24, 2001 Minneapolis, MN First Avenue
July 26, 2001 Grand Rapids, MI Orbit Room
July 27, 2001 Merrillville, IN Star Plaza Theatre
July 28, 2001 Cincinnati, OH Bogart's
July 29, 2001 Noblesville, IN X-Fest
July 30, 2001 Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall
July 31, 2001 Washington, DC Nation
August 4, 2001 Mexico City Mexico Pabellones del Palacio de los Deportes
August 5, 2001
August 6, 2001 Monterrey Escena
Pledge of Allegiance Tour
September 21, 2001 Denver, CO United States Coliseum
September 22, 2001 Colorado Springs, CO Worlds Arena
September 25, 2001 Portland, OR Rose Garden Arena
September 26, 2001 Tacoma, WA Dome
September 28, 2001 San Jose, CA Compaq Center
September 29, 2001 Inglewood, CA The Forum
September 30, 2001 San Diego, CA Cox Arena
October 2, 2001 Las Vegas, NV Thomas & Mack
October 3, 2001 Phoenix, AZ America West Arena
October 5, 2001 Oklahoma City, OK Myriad
October 6, 2001 Dallas, TX Reunion Arena
October 7, 2001 San Antonio, TX Alamodome
October 9, 2001 Rosemont, IL Rosemont Horizon
October 10, 2001 St. Paul, MN Excel Center
October 12, 2001 Madison, WI Alliant Energy Center
October 13, 2001 St. Louis, MO Savvis Center
October 14, 2001 Cedar Rapids, IA US Cellular Arena
October 16, 2001 Baltimore, MD Arena
October 17, 2001 Philadelphia, PA Spectrum
October 18, 2001 Buffalo, NY HSBC Arena
October 19, 2001 Hartford, CT Civic Center
October 20, 2001 Albany, NY Pepsi Arena
October 21, 2001 Portland, OR Cumberland County Civic Center
October 23, 2001 Detroit, MI Cobo Arena
October 24, 2001 Cleveland, OH Convocation Center
2nd European leg
November 8, 2001 Frankfurt Germany MTV Music Awards
November 10, 2001 Paris France Zénith
November 12, 2001 Prague Czech Republic Paegas Arena
November 13, 2001 Katowice Poland Spodek
November 17, 2001 Moscow Russia Luzhniki
November 19, 2001 St. Petersburg Ledova Arena
November 21, 2001 Vilnius Lithuania Sporthalle
November 22, 2001 Riga Latvia Skonto Hall
November 23, 2001 Tallinn Estonia Saku Suurhall
November 25, 2001 Helsinki Finland Ice Rink
November 27, 2001 Stockholm Sweden Solnahallen
November 29, 2001 Copenhagen Denmark KB Hall
December 2, 2001 London England Brixton Academy
December 3, 2001 Amsterdam Netherlands Heineken Music Hall
December 4, 2001
December 5, 2001
December 6, 2001 Leuven Belgium Brabanthal
December 7, 2001 Freiburg Germany Messehalle
December 10, 2001 Lisbon Portugal Restelo
December 11, 2001
December 14, 2001 Barcelona Spain Palau Olimpic Badalona
December 15, 2001 San Sebastián Anoeta
3rd European leg
May 14, 2002 Glasgow Scotland S.E.C.C.
May 16, 2002 London England Docklands Arena
May 17, 2002 Manchester Apollo theatre
May 18, 2002
May 20, 2002 Landgraaf Netherlands Pinkpop Festival
May 24, 2002 Madrid Spain Festimad
June 13, 2002 Hultsfred Sweden Hultsfred Festival
June 15, 2002 Seinajoki Finland Provinssirock
June 17, 2002 St. Petersburg Russia Petrovsky Stadion
June 19, 2002 Moscow B2 Club
June 27, 2002 Roskilde Denmark Roskilde Festival
June 29, 2002 Werchter Belgium Rock Werchter
June 30, 2002 Arnhem Netherlands GelreDome
July 4, 2002 Kristiansand Norway Quart Festival
July 6, 2002 Frauendfeld Switzerland Ministry of Rock
July 7, 2002 Belfort France Les Eurockéennes
July 13, 2002 Caminha Portugal Vilar de Mouros Festival
Cancelled dates
June 10, 2001 London, England Astoria Date cancelled due to pyrotechnical problems.
October 26, 2001 University Park, PA Bryce Jordan Date cancelled, because both Paul and Flake left the country early.
October 27, 2001 Peoria, IL Civic Center Date cancelled, because both Paul and Flake left the country early.
October 28, 2001 Grand Rapids, MI Van Andel Arena Date cancelled, because both Paul and Flake left the country early.
October 30, 2001 Worcester, MA Centrum Date cancelled, because both Paul and Flake left the country early.
October 31, 2001 East Rutherford, NJ Continental Arena Date cancelled, because both Paul and Flake left the country early.
November 2, 2001 University Park, PA Bryce Jordan Date cancelled, because both Paul and Flake left the country early.
November 4, 2001 Saginaw, MI Wendler Arena Date cancelled, because both Paul and Flake left the country early.
June 7, 2002 Vienna, Austria Rock the Nation Festival Date cancelled due to Flake getting sick.
June 8, 2002 Milan, Italy Gods of Metal Date cancelled due to Flake getting sick.
June 10, 2002 Ljubljana, Slovenia Hala Tivoli Date cancelled due to Flake getting sick.
June 21, 2002 Kiev, Ukraine Olimpiyskiy Date cancelled.
August 31, 2002 Leipzig, Germany Off Limits Festival Festival cancelled.

References

  1. ^ [1] www.rammsteinniccage.com
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