Mutter Tour 2002: European leg

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This leg of the tour was plagued with many shows and performances getting cancelled due to circumstances. While Flake was at the Dresden Symphony Orchestra, he was among the many people that contracted salmonella due to food poisoning. Flake was hospitalized and while he was released, the band was advised by doctors to not perform and as such, cancelled their Austria, Italy and Slovenia appearances. In the end, he lost about 10% of his total weight.[1] The tour was also supposed to finish at the Off Limits Festival in Germany, however, the Leipzig show moved from Festwiese to Messehalle and the show at Essen's Georg-Melches-Stadion moved to Dortmund's Westfalenhalle. Afterwards, the entire festival was cancelled because of the recent school shooting in Erfurt.[2]

Tour Dates

Promotional poster for UK shows
Promotional poster for Off Limits Festival
Date Venue / Festival City Country Tour Leg / Type
2002-05-xx Dublin Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland
Headline Shows
2002-05-14 SECC Glasgow Flag of the United Kingdom.svg UK
2002-05-16 Arena London Flag of the United Kingdom.svg UK
2002-05-17 Apollo Manchester Flag of the United Kingdom.svg UK
2002-05-18 Apollo Manchester Flag of the United Kingdom.svg UK
2002-05-18 Rock am Ring Festival Nürburg Flag of Germany.svg Germany
Festival Shows
2002-05-19 Rock im Park Festival Nuremberg Flag of Germany.svg Germany
2002-05-20 Pinkpop Festival Landgraaf Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands
2002-05-24 Festimad Festival Madrid Flag of Spain.svg Spain
2002-06-07 Rock the Nation Festival Wiener Neustadt Flag of Austria.svg Austria
Festival Shows
Moved to Spark7.com-Halle, Vienna
2002-06-07 Rock the Nation Festival Vienna Flag of Austria.svg Austria
2002-06-08 Gods of Metal Festival Monza Flag of Italy.svg Italy
2002-06-10 Tivoli Hall Ljubljana Flag of Slovenia.svg Slovenia
Headline Show
2002-06-13 Hultsfred Festival Hultsfred Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden
Festival Shows
2002-06-15 Provinssirock Festival Seinäjoki Flag of Finland.svg Finland
2002-06-17 Petrovsky Stadium Saint Petersburg Flag of Russia.svg Russia
Headline Shows
2002-06-19 Tushino Airfield Moscow Flag of Russia.svg Russia
Moved to B2 Club
2002-06-19 B2 Club Moscow Flag of Russia.svg Russia
2002-06-21 Olympic National Sports Complex Kiev Flag of Ukraine.svg Ukraine
2002-06-27 Roskilde Festival Roskilde Flag of Denmark.svg Denmark
Festival Show
2002-06-28 Minsk-Arena Minsk Flag of Belarus.svg Belarus
Headline Show
2002-06-29 Rock Werchter Festival Werchter Flag of Belgium.svg Belgium
Festival Show
2002-06-30 GelreDome Arnhem Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands
Headline Show
2002-07-04 Quart Festival Kristiansand Flag of Norway.svg Norway
Festival Shows
2002-07-06 Ministry of Rock Festival Frauenfeld Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland
2002-07-07 Eurockéennes Festival Belfort Flag of France.svg France
2002-07-13 Vilar de Mouros Festival Caminha Flag of Portugal.svg Portugal

2002-08-08 Filmnächte am Elbufer Festival Dresden Flag of Germany.svg Germany
Festival Show
2002-08-10 Museum Island Berlin Flag of Germany.svg Germany
Headline Shows
2002-08-11 Stadtpark Hamburg Flag of Germany.svg Germany
2002-08-18 Highfield Festival Großpösna Flag of Germany.svg Germany
Festival Shows
2002-08-31 Off Limits Festival Leipzig Flag of Germany.svg Germany
Moved to Messehalle
2002-08-31 Off Limits Festival Leipzig Flag of Germany.svg Germany
2002-09-01 Off Limits Festival Essen Flag of Germany.svg Germany
Moved to Dortmund
2002-09-01 Off Limits Festival Dortmund Flag of Germany.svg Germany

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