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Latest revision as of 20:46, 9 January 2020

17 November 2001
Performance of "Sehnsucht"
Performance by Rammstein
Country: Russia Flag of Russia.svg
City: Moscow
Venue: Luzhniki Palace of Sports
(Russian: Дворец спорта «Лужники»)
Capacity: 13,700[1]
Attendance: 8,700[2]
Tour: Mutter Tour
Tour leg: Mutter Tour 2001: Winter European leg
Support: I.F.K.[3]
Price: 600 - 800 руб.
Songs: 20
Recordings: Video (professional, incomplete) x1
Touring chronology
13 November 2001 17 November 2001 19 November 2001
Ticket 1
Ticket 2


  • The first Rammstein concert in Russia.
  • Clawfinger, who were supporting Rammstein on their tour, were replaced by the Russian band I.F.K. last minute. The displeased crowd, which was expecting Clawfinger to play, booed and threw litter at them.[3]
  • Flake celebrated his birthday one day before this show. After Engel, Paul raised his hands, then pointed at Flake's keyboard and said "Флаке, день рождения!" (Translation: "Flake, birthday!") to the crowd. At first the people did not understand what he meant, but after he repeated it, the crowd started cheering and wishing Flake a happy birthday. The band then toasted to Flake and shared their drinks with the people in the front row.[3]
  • One of the two known times Rammstein played Lied von der unruhevollen Jugend live, the other one being on 19 November 2001.
    • The lyrics of the song were mainly sung by Paul, with Till and Flake on backing vocals.[3]
    • At the beginning of the song, Till came to the stage with a big Russian flag.[3]




  • Parts of 5/4, Mein Herz brennt and Links 2-3-4 were broadcasted on TV.[4]