Ahoi Tour

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Ahoi Tour
Tour by Rammstein
Associated album Reise, Reise
Start date October 11, 2004 (2004-10-11)
End date July 30, 2005 (2005-07-30)
Shows 70 in Europe
2 in Asia
Rammstein concert chronology
Mutter Tour
(2001-2002)
Ahoi Tour
(2004-2005)
Liebe ist für alle da Tour
(2009-2011)

Ahoi Tour was the fourth concert tour by German Industrial Metal band Rammstein, in support of their fourth studio album Reise, Reise. This was Rammstein last tour until the release of their sixth album Liebe ist für alle da. The tour started in Berlin, Germany on October 11, 2004 and was due to end in Bogotá, Colombia on October 22, 2005 (6 days from the release of Rammstein's fifth studio album, Rosenrot) but the tour was cut short due to lead singer Till Lindemann being accidentally injured by keyboardist Christian "Flake" Lorenz during the Göteborg, Sweden concert on July 30, 2005. The supporting acts for this tour were Exilia (2004), Apocalyptica (February 1, 2005 to February 28, 2005), AqME (AqME stood in for Apocalyptica on February 12, 2005 concert), Devil Sold His Soul (was due to play July 14–18 but dropped out), and Torgull (July 23, 2005).

Tour Dates[edit]

2004[1]
  • October 11, 2004 - Berlin, Germany
  • October 12, 2004 - Berlin, Germany
  • October 13, 2004 - Berlin, Germany
  • November 1, 2004 - Mannheim, Germany
  • November 2, 2004 - Antwerp, Belgium
  • November 4, 2004 - Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  • November 5, 2004 - Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  • November 9, 2004 - Lisbon, Portugal
  • November 10, 2004 - Madrid, Spain
  • November 11, 2004 - Barcelona, Spain
  • November 12, 2004 - San Sebastian, Spain
  • November 16, 2004 - Oslo, Norway
  • November 18, 2004 - Stockholm, Sweden
  • November 20, 2004 - Copenhagen, Denmark
  • November 22, 2004 - Tallinn, Estonia
  • November 24, 2004 - Helsinki, Finland
  • November 26, 2004 - St. Petersburg, Russia
  • November 28, 2004 - Moscow, Russia
  • December 1, 2004 - Katowice, Poland
  • December 3, 2004 - Prague, Czech Republic
  • December 5, 2004 - Basel, Switzerland
  • December 6, 2004 - Nürnberg, Germany
  • December 8, 2004 - Rostock, Germany
  • December 10, 2004 - Frankfurt, Germany
  • December 11, 2004 - Dortmund, Germany
  • December 12, 2004 - Dortmund, Germany
  • December 13, 2004 - Hamburg, Germany
  • December 15, 2004 - Dresden, Germany
  • December 16, 2004 - Berlin, Germany
  • December 17, 2004 - Berlin, Germany
  • December 18, 2004 - Berlin, Germany
2005[2]
  • February 1, 2005 - Erfurt, Germany
  • February 3, 2005 - London, England
  • February 4, 2005 - London, England
  • February 5, 2005 - London, England
  • February 6, 2005 - Manchester, England
  • February 7, 2005 - Nottingham, England
  • February 9, 2005 - Lille, France
  • February 10, 2005 - Lille, France
  • February 11, 2005 - Paris, France
  • February 12, 2005 - Amneville, France
  • February 13, 2005 - Freiburg, Germany
  • February 15, 2005 - Augsburg, Germany
  • February 16, 2005 - Vienna, Austria
  • February 18, 2005 - Leipzig, Germany
  • February 19, 2005 - Riesa, Germany
  • February 21, 2005 - Katowice, Poland
  • February 22, 2005 - Ostrava, Czech Republic
  • February 24, 2005 - Milan, Italy
  • February 25, 2005 - Ljubljana, Slovenia
  • February 27, 2005 - Budapest, Hungary
  • February 28, 2005 - Bratislava, Slovakia
  • May 26, 2005 - Vienna, Austria
  • May 27, 2005 - Vienna, Austria
  • June 3, 2005 - Kawasaki, Japan
  • June 10, 2005 - Scheesel, Germany
  • June 12, 2005 - Neuhausen, Germany
  • June 18, 2005 - Nijmegen, the Netherlands
  • June 23, 2005 - Berlin, Germany
  • June 24, 2005 - Berlin, Germany
  • June 25, 2005 - Berlin, Germany
  • June 26, 2005 - Berlin, Germany
  • July 2, 2005 - Werchter, Belgium
  • July 8, 2005 - Turku, Finland
  • July 10, 2005 - Copenhagen, Denmark
  • July 14, 2005 - Newcastle, England
  • July 15, 2005 - Birmingham, England
  • July 16, 2005 - Glasgow, Scotland
  • July 18, 2005 - Cardiff, Wales
  • July 22, 2005 - Nyon, Switzerland
  • July 23, 2005 - Nîmes, France
  • July 30, 2005 - Göteborg, Sweden

Setlist[edit]

  1. "Reise, Reise"
  2. "Links 2 3 4"
  3. "Keine Lust"
  4. "Feuer Frei!"
  5. "Rein Raus"
  6. "Dalai Lama"
  7. "Asche zu Asche"
  8. "Morgenstern"
  9. "Mein Teil"
  10. "Stein Um Stein"
  11. "Los"
  12. "Moskau"
  13. "Du Riechst So Gut"
  14. "Benzin"
  15. "Du Hast"
  16. "Sehnsucht"
  17. "Amerika"
Encore
  1. "Amour"
  2. "Rammstein"
  3. "Sonne"
  4. "Ich will"
  5. "Ohne dich"
  6. "Mein Herz brennt"
  7. "Stripped" (Cover)
  8. "Outro"
  • Note: Asche Zu Asche and Benzin were later played in the tour. In the concert of Nîmes of the Völkerball DVD: Rein Raus and Moskau were not played. The songs Dalai Lama and Amour were only played in the first two concerts, before they were removed. Mein Herz Brennt was also performed on certain dates, together with Apocalyptica on stage.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ [1] www.rammsteinniccage.com
  2. ^ [2] www.rammsteinniccage.com

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