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)
Number of shows 53 Headline shows in Europe
14 Festivals in Europe
5 Promo shows in Europe
1 Promo show in Asia
Rammstein concert chronology

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]

Date[1] City Country Venue
Fan-Club Shows
September 30, 2004 Berlin Germany Palast der Republik
October 11, 2004 Knaack
October 12, 2004
October 13, 2004
1st European leg
November 1, 2004 Mannheim Germany Maimarkthalle
November 2, 2004 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis
November 4, 2004 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy
November 5, 2004
November 9, 2004 Lisbon Portugal Pavilhão Atlântico
November 10, 2004 Madrid Spain La Cubierta
November 11, 2004 Barcelona Pavello Olimpic de Badalona
November 12, 2004 San Sebastián Velodromo de Anoeta
November 16, 2004 Oslo Norway Spektrum
November 18, 2004 Stockholm Sweden Globe Arena
November 20, 2004 Copenhagen Denmark Forum
November 22, 2004 Tallinn Estonia Saku Suurhall
November 24, 2004 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Areena
November 26, 2004 Saint Petersburg Russia SKK Arena
November 28, 2004 Moscow Olympijski Stadium
December 3, 2004 Prague Czech Republic T-Mobile Arena
December 5, 2004 Basel Switzerland St. Jakobshalle
December 6, 2004 Nuremberg Germany Arena
December 8, 2004 Rostock Hansemesse
December 10, 2004 Frankfurt Festhalle
December 11, 2004 Dortmund Westfalenhalle
December 12, 2004
December 13, 2004 Hamburg Color-Line Arena
December 15, 2004 Dresden Messehalle
December 16, 2004 Berlin Velodrom
December 17, 2004
December 18, 2004
2nd European leg
February 1, 2005 Erfurt Germany Messehalle
February 3, 2005 London England Brixton Academy
February 4, 2005
February 5, 2005
February 6, 2005 Manchester Evening News Arena
February 7, 2005 Nottingham Arena
February 9, 2005 Lille France Zénith Arena
February 10, 2005
February 11, 2005 Paris Zénith
February 12, 2005 Amnéville Le Galaxie
February 13, 2005 Freiburg Germany Messehalle
February 15, 2005 Augsburg Schwabenhalle
February 16, 2005 Vienna Austria Stadthalle
February 18, 2005 Leipzig Germany Arena
February 19, 2005 Riesa Erdgas-Arena
February 21, 2005 Katowice Poland Spodek
February 22, 2005 Ostrava Czech Republic CEZ Arena
February 24, 2005 Milan Italy Filaforum di Assago
February 25, 2005 Ljubljana Slovenia Hala Tivoli
February 27, 2005 Budapest Hungary Papp László Sports Arena
February 28, 2005 Bratislava Slovakia Incheba Arena
Fan-Club Show
May 26, 2005 Vienna Austria Planet Music
European Festivals
May 27, 2005 Vienna Austria Aerodrome Festival
Japanese Promo Show
June 3, 2005 Kawasaki Japan Club Citta
European Festivals
June 10, 2005 Scheeßel Germany Hurricane Festival
June 12, 2005 Neuhausen ob Eck [2] Southside Festival
June 18, 2005 Nijmegen Netherlands Fields of Rock
German Headline shows
June 23, 2005 Berlin Germany Kindl-Bühne Wuhlheide
June 24, 2005
June 25, 2005
June 26, 2005
European Festivals
July 2, 2005 Werchter Belgium Rock Werchter
July 8, 2005 Turku Finland Ruisrock
July 10, 2005 Copenhagen Denmark Giants of Rock Festival
July 14, 2005 Newcastle upon Tyne England Metro Radio Arena
July 15, 2005 Birmingham NEC Arena
July 16, 2005 Glasgow Scotland S.E.C.C.
July 18, 2005 Cardiff Wales International Arena
July 22, 2005 Nyon Switzerland Paléo Festival
July 23, 2005 Nîmes France Arènes de Nîmes
July 30, 2005 Gothenburg Sweden Metaltown
Cancelled dates
December 1, 2004 Katowice, Poland Spodek Date cancelled. Replacement show on February 21st, 2005.
August 10, 2005 Seoul, South Korea Olympic Hall Date cancelled due to Till's knee injury.
August 13, 2005 Osaka, Japan Summer Sonic Festival Date cancelled due to Till's knee injury.
August 14, 2005 Tokyo, Japan Summer Sonic Festival Date cancelled due to Till's knee injury.
October 6, 2005 Mexico City, Mexico Sports Palace Date cancelled due to Till's knee injury.
October 7, 2005 Guadalajara, Mexico La Concha Acustica Date cancelled due to Till's knee injury.
October 9, 2005 Monterrey, Mexico Auditorio Coca Cola Date cancelled due to Till's knee injury.
October 13, 2005 Santiago, Chile Velodromo Date cancelled due to Till's knee injury.
October 15, 2005 Sao Paulo, Brazil Credicard Hall Date cancelled due to Till's knee injury.
October 17, 2005 Buenos Aires, Argentina Obras Date cancelled due to Till's knee injury.
October 20, 2005 Caracas, Venezuela Poliedero de Caracas Date cancelled due to Till's knee injury.
October 22, 2005 Bogota, Colombia Estadio El Campin Date cancelled due to Till's knee injury.

Setlist[3][edit]

  1. "Reise, Reise"
  2. "Links 2-3-4"
  3. "Keine Lust"
  4. "Feuer frei!"
  5. "Rein raus"
  6. "Morgenstern"
  7. "Mein Teil"
  8. "Stein um Stein"
  9. "Los"
  10. "Moskau"
  11. "Du riechst so gut"
  12. "Du Hast"
  13. "Sehnsucht"
  14. "Amerika"
Encore 1
  1. "Rammstein"
  2. "Sonne"
  3. "Ich will"
Encore 2
  1. "Ohne dich"
  2. "Stripped" (Depeche Mode-Cover)
  • Note 1: "Asche zu Asche" and "Benzin" replaced "Rein raus" and "Moskau" respectively on the last third of the tour.
  • Note 2: "Amour" was only played on the first show of the tour and scrapped off the setlist without any replacement.
  • Note 3: "Dalai Lama" was only played on the first two shows of the tour and scrapped off the setlist without any replacement.
  • Note 4: "Mein Herz brennt" was performed as an extra song on two shows in France, together with Apocalyptica on stage.
  • Note 5: Rammstein's festival setlist only contained 16 songs - they didn't play "Los", "Ohne dich" and "Moskau" / "Benzin"

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ [1] setlist.fm
  2. ^ "Rammstein Setlist at take-off GewerbePark, Neuhausen ob Eck, Germany". setlist.fm. 12 June 2005. Retrieved 16 May 2016. 
  3. ^ Rammstein - Ahoi Tour Statistics. setlist.fm

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