27.09.1996 (concert)

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September 27, 1996
Performance of "Herzeleid"
Performance by Rammstein
Country: Germany Flag of Germany.svg
City: Berlin
Venue: Arena Berlin
Capacity: 9,000[1]
Attendance: 6,000[2]
Tour: Herzeleid Tour
Type: Special Show
Support: Moby, Bobo & the Berlin Session Orchestra
Price: 33 / 38 DM
Songs: 14
Recordings: Video (professional, complete) x1
Poster 1
Poster 2
Touring chronology
August 18, 1996 September 27, 1996 September 29, 1996


  • This is the legendary "100 Jahre Rammstein" concert. It was played two days after the one year anniversary of the release of the band's debut album Herzeleid, and, without counting the label showcases and TV performances, this was the 100th Rammstein show within the Herzeleid Tour.
  • This concert makes up the majority of the music video "Rammstein".
  • During Heirate mich the burning "Rammstein" signboard fell onto the stage and into the crowd from a height of three meters.[3] Four people were slightly injured, but a 24 year old man had to go into hospital, which he was able to leave a few days later.[4]
  • 2 female backup dancers joined the band on stage during the performances of Sehnsucht and later Du riechst so gut.
    • The backup dancers had "NIL" product placement on the front of their outfits, this also goes for Richard's hat during Seemann. On the original VHS tape this remains unaltered, but the Lichtspielhaus release has this censored.[3]
  • Till started singing too early at the beginning of Laichzeit, when he realised this he repeated "Die alte Haut" twice and the band then played an instrumental until he could join back in.[3]