Till Lindemann, who planned to perform in Moscow on January 28 with the Lindemann group, where he sings in his free time in Rammstein, will not come to Russia. In his solo project, he sings not only in German, but also in English, sometimes moving away from marching rhythms and even performing harsh lyrical romances, seething with emotions and self-irony. And, of course, all tickets were sold out long ago, but the worsening epidemiological situation forced Lindemann to reschedule his next visit to Russia.
The organizer of the tour, the company Volcov Pro, made an official statement about this:
– Dear viewers! The epidemiological situation in Europe and the United States is deteriorating sharply, which imposes restrictions on international flights, as well as the entry and stay of foreign citizens on the territory of the Russian Federation, and holding concerts during a period of rising incidence in Russia may be unsafe for all participants.
The statement also states that “under the circumstances, it is no longer possible to hold Till Lindemann’s tour as scheduled. In this regard, and in order to prevent the threat of the spread of a new strain of COVID-19, we are forced to announce the postponement of the concerts in Novosibirsk and Moscow to new dates. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience caused and hope for your understanding.”
It is expected that now Till Lindemann will perform in the capital’s Adrenaline Stadium only on December 11, 2022. And in the Expocentre of Novosibirsk a little earlier – on December 5, 2022. As the organizers clarify: “all previously purchased tickets remain valid for the new dates.”
The visit to Russia of the cult industrial group Laibach has also been postponed.
by the way
The tour of the singer Jane Birkin has been postponed to an indefinite date. And the sorceress of rock outrageous Laura Pergolizzi (aka LP) announced that she would arrive in Moscow not on February 13, but only on September 26.
Due to the pandemic, blues rockers Kaleo now intend to perform at the Adrenaline Stadium in the capital only six months later – on October 16th.
And the Swedish rap metallers from Clawfinger should be expected even later – instead of February, they will sing in St. Petersburg and Moscow – respectively, on October 29 and 30.
But Nazateth, as part of the world tour on February 22, is still planning to sing in Moscow. Garu, Green Day and Deep Purple have also not canceled or rescheduled concert dates.