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This show was the first ever [[Rammstein (band)|Rammstein]] concert. Rammstein played after the band of [[Christian Lorenz|Flake]]'s brother, Auge,  [[Golden Acker Rhythm Kings|Acker Selection]] (sometimes also referred to as ''Golden Acker Rhythm Kings''), because Flake spontaneously asked him, if they could play before his band.<ref name="augemails">Mail conversation between Flake's brother and RammWiki staff</ref> Both concerts took place after a reading of Horst Liebscher.
 
This show was the first ever [[Rammstein (band)|Rammstein]] concert. Rammstein played after the band of [[Christian Lorenz|Flake]]'s brother, Auge,  [[Golden Acker Rhythm Kings|Acker Selection]] (sometimes also referred to as ''Golden Acker Rhythm Kings''), because Flake spontaneously asked him, if they could play before his band.<ref name="augemails">Mail conversation between Flake's brother and RammWiki staff</ref> Both concerts took place after a reading of Horst Liebscher.
  
Many years the date for the first concert was believed to be April 14, 1994, which turned out to be wrong.<ref name="augemails"/> Another misconception that was going around for a long time was, that the live footage of the documentary ''[[Achtung! Wir kommen. (film)|Achtung! Wir kommen.]]'' was shot at this concert, which is also wrong.<ref name="carlhardt">Confirmed by the director of the documentary</ref> The filming for the documentary took place on [[27.08.1994_(concert)|August 27, 1994]].<ref name="carlhardt"/>
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For many years the date of the first concert was believed to be April 14, 1994, which turned out to be wrong.<ref name="augemails"/> Another misconception that was going around for a long time was that the live footage of the documentary ''[[Achtung! Wir kommen. (film)|Achtung! Wir kommen.]]'' was shot at this concert, which is also wrong.<ref name="carlhardt">Confirmed by the director of the documentary</ref> The filming for the documentary took place on [[27.08.1994_(concert)|August 27, 1994]].<ref name="carlhardt"/>
  
 
==Setlist==
 
==Setlist==

Revision as of 16:35, 8 September 2019

Performance by [[Rammstein]]
Country: Germany x14px [[File:Flag_of_Germany x14px.svg|x14px|border]]
City: Leipzig
Venue: naTo
Attendance: 15[1]
Tour: [[Club Tour]]
Supporting: [[Acker Selection[2]]]
Touring chronology
[[February 25/26, 1994 (concert)|Error in Template:Date table sorting: 'February 25/26, 1994' is an invalid date]] {{{Day}}} {{{Month}}} {{{Year}}} [[April 23, 1994 (concert)|Error in Template:Date table sorting: 'April 23, 1994' is an invalid date]]
24.03.1994book.jpg
Excerpt from the "30 Jahre naTo" book


[[Category:Rammstein]] [[Category:Rammstein Tour]] [[Category:Germany x14px]] [[Category:Rammstein as support band]] [[Category:Rammstein supporting Acker Selection[2]]]


[[Category:Club Tour]]



Information

This show was the first ever Rammstein concert. Rammstein played after the band of Flake's brother, Auge, Acker Selection (sometimes also referred to as Golden Acker Rhythm Kings), because Flake spontaneously asked him, if they could play before his band.[3] Both concerts took place after a reading of Horst Liebscher.

For many years the date of the first concert was believed to be April 14, 1994, which turned out to be wrong.[3] Another misconception that was going around for a long time was that the live footage of the documentary Achtung! Wir kommen. was shot at this concert, which is also wrong.[4] The filming for the documentary took place on August 27, 1994.[4]

Setlist

The setlist is completely unknown.

Sources

  1. [1]According to some reports, only 15 people attended the concert.
  2. Rammstein: Exklusives Interview mit Till Lindemann und Flake Lorenz
  3. 3.0 3.1 Mail conversation between Flake's brother and RammWiki staff
  4. 4.0 4.1 Confirmed by the director of the documentary