Made in Germany Tour

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The Made In Germany Tour was the sixth concert tour by Rammstein. It is named after the band's best-of compilation album, Made In Germany 1995-2011, which was released on December 2, 2011. The tour had 72 shows, the first being on November 6, 2011 in Bratislava (not counting the private shows for the members of the official fanclub on October 27, 29 and 31, 2011 in Berlin) and the last on May 25, 2012 in Houston, USA. Similar to the album itself, this tour often got abbreviated to MIG Tour.

Subtours, tour legs and special performances

Dates Subtour / Tour leg / Type
27.10.201131.11.2011 Fanarea shows
MIG Tour 2011
06.11.201115.12.2011 Headline shows
03.02.201208.03.2012 Headline shows
MIG Tour 2012
22.03.2012 TV performance
20.04.201225.05.2012 Headline shows

Support

Notable concerts

Average setlist

The setlist stayed the same throughout most of the tour, but there are some exceptions.

Fanclub Setlist

This setlist was used for the Fanarea shows on 27.10.2011 and 29.10.2011.

2011 Headline Setlists

31.10.2011 ; 06.11.2011 ; 10.11.2011

08.11.2011

12.11.201115.12.2011

2012 Headline Setlists

03.02.201207.02.2012

10.02.2012 ; 11.02.2012

13.02.201204.03.2012

06.03.2012 ; 07.03.2012

08.03.201225.05.2012

Stage effects and stunts

The effects and stunts listed here are limited to the Made In Germany Tour, for a full overview of the band's stunts and effects, see Stage effects and stunts.


Firework collars
Used for: Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen?
Description
Paul and Richard would have firework collars mounted on their shoulders, after the keyboard intro the collars would shoot firework in the air.
Sparkling gloves
Used for: Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen?
Description
During the "Sex ist eine Schlacht..." refrain sparkle fountain fireworks attached to Till's gloves would be activated, then he would start making circular motions with his arms. This effect originates from the Herzeleid Tour.
Fire fountains
Used for: Wollt ihr das Bett in Flammen sehen?
Description
Fire would shoot out of the floor, corresponding with Schneider's drum hits.
Smoke bursts
Used for: Keine Lust
Description
Throughout the song, bursts of smoke would occasionally launch up from the ground. This effect originates from the Reise, Reise Tour.
Air bursts
Used for: Sehnsucht
Description
At the beginning of the song, multiple air bursts go off, corresponding with Schneider's drum hits. This effect originates from the Sehnsucht Tour.
Green flame curtain
Used for: Sehnsucht
Description
Before the last part of the song, a green curtain of flames would ignite at the front of the stage. This effect originates from the Sehnsucht Tour.
Burning microphone stands
Used for: Asche zu Asche
Description
Before the last part of the song, Paul and Richard's microphone stands would catch on fire. This effect originates from the Herzeleid Tour.
Smoke bomb
Used for: Asche zu Asche
Description
A smoke bomb attached to the back of Till would go off, effectively covering parts of the stage in red smoke.
Fire masks
Used for: Feuer frei!
Description
Before playing the last refrain, Till, Paul and Richard would don masks and shoot flames above each other and the audience. This effect originates from the Mutter Tour.
Knocking down Flake
Used for: Feuer frei!
Description
Flake would play screeching noises from his keyboard after which Till would go over to him and knock him down. This effect originates from the Reise, Reise Tour.
Small explosion
Used for: Feuer frei!
Links 2-3-4
Description
At the beginning and end of the song, small explosions would go off. For Links 2-3-4, two explosions would go off at the beginning.
Cooking pot
Used for: Mein Teil
Description
At the start of the song, Till would push a big cooking pot on wheels on stage. Sometime afterwards, he would throw of the lid to reveal Flake inside of it. A keyboard would also be mounted on the side of the pot. This effect originates from the Reise, Resie Tour.
Flamethrower cooking + flambé burner
Used for: Mein Teil
Description
Till would use a small flamethrower to light up the cooking pot. After a couple of attempts, he would not be satisfied and switch the flamethrower for a massive flambé burner. When using this burner on the put, it would create small explosions.
Burning Flake
Used for: Mein Teil
Description
Flake would crawl out of the pot after it was fired upon by Till, he would have small firework launchers attached to him which would first produce smoke and afterwards shoot small fireworks in the air. This effect originates from the Reise, Resie Tour.
Cannibal Till
Used for: Mein Teil
Description
Till would come out to play the song wearing a chef's hat and apron, he would also be covered in fake blood. His microphone would have a big butcher's knife atteched to it. This effect originates from the Reise, Resie Tour.
Fire sleeves
Used for: Du riechst so gut
Description
During the guitar solo, Paul and Richard would go to the middle of the stage. Whilst playing, a metal sleeve with several tubes mounted to their right arms would start to produce small flames. This effect originates from the Reise, Reise Tour.
Sparkling bow
Used for: Du riechst so gut
Description
For the keyboard intro Till would come out with a huge bow to which multiple sparkle fountain fireworks would be attached. Once the song really started, the fireworks would go off and Till would start twirling around.
Burning guitars
Used for: Du riechst so gut
Description
During the guitar solo, Paul and Richard would go to the middle of the stage. Whilst playing, fireworks attached to their guitars would go off and the guitars would appear to be burning.
White masks
Used for: Du hast
Description
Throughout the performance, each member would wear a white mask like they did in the song's music video.
Front flamethrowers
Used for: Du hast
Description
Near the end of the song, flamethrowers mounted at the bottom and top of the stage would shoot flames out. On the "Heya" the bottom flamethrowers would activate, on the "Nein" it would be the top ones.
Crowd sailing
Used for: Haifisch
Description
At some point near the end of the song an inflatable boat would be brought on stage, Flake would take place in it. The boat would be passed to the crowd where Flake would spend some time sailing until eventually returning.
Schneider leading dogs
Used for: Bück dich
Description
At the beginning of the song, Richard would be the only one on stage. A skybridge would be lifted down and on the bridge would be Schneider dressed as a woman, with the other bandmembers on leashes, crawling on all fours. While they travelled to the stage, Schneider would often hit the others with a small whip and he would kick Paul from the bridge onto the stage.
Squirting dildo
Used for: Bück dich
Description
Till would grab into his pants and pull out a squirting dildo, he would then simulate anal sex with Flake and afterwards spray either himself, other band members or the audience.
Neon lamp smashing
Used for: Bück dich
Description
Flake would put on gloves and grab a neon light while Till would be crouched, he would break the neon lamp over him.
Burning Heart Flare
Used for: Mein Herz brennt
Description
Till's "heart" appears to be burning and a strobing red light appears on his chest , he then uses a bright red flare in his sleeve. This effect orginates from the Mutter Tour.
Confetti
Used for: Amerika
Description
Near the end of the song, a confetti cannon would activate, launching confetti throughout the audience.
Winged exoskeleton
Used for: Engel
Description
Till would come out to play the song with giant wings on his back. After the first verse, they would usually fold open and heat up and afterwards shoot out flames during the whistling part. After the instrumental break, strobing fireworks inside of the wings would go off.
Foam cannon
Used for: Pussy
Description
Till would mount a giant, and often penis-shaped, foam cannon. Crewmembers would push it from side to side while Till sprayed the audience.


Media

List of professional live recordings

Date Venue / Festival / TV Show City Country Type Completeness Sound Status Notes
2011-11-06 Ondrej Nepela Arena Bratislava Slovakia Flag of Slovakia.svg Video Incomplete Soundboard Private
2011-11-08 Arena Zagreb Zagreb Croatia Flag of Croatia.svg Video Incomplete Soundboard Public
2012-02-06 Zalgiris Arena Kaunas Lithuania Flag of Lithuania.svg Video Incomplete Soundboard Public
2012-02-13 Sports and Concert Complex Saint Petersburg Russia Flag of Russia.svg Video Incomplete Soundboard Public
2012-03-06 Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy Paris France Flag of France.svg Video Complete Soundboard Public Recorded for release on Rammstein: Paris.
2012-03-07
2012-03-22 ECHO Awards Berlin Germany Flag of Germany.svg Video Complete Soundboard Public

Gallery

Live photos

Other (posters, tickets, etc.)

Themed Posters
Festival Posters
Themed Tickets
Tickets
Setlists