September 18, 2022

Everything we saw as Rammstein set San Antonio's Alamodome on fire (literally)

For more on the Rammstein show, read the Current's full review.

German metal band Rammstein played San Antonio on Saturday as part of its first U.S. tour in five years. And it was worth the wait for the 40,000 fans who flocked to the Alamodome.

The veteran act plowed through a lengthy set list while unleashing crazy amounts of pyrotechnics and intense theatrics. Here's everything that unfolded.  
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Everything we saw as Rammstein set San Antonio's Alamodome on fire (literally)
Everything we saw as Rammstein set San Antonio's Alamodome on fire (literally)
Everything we saw as Rammstein set San Antonio's Alamodome on fire (literally)
Everything we saw as Rammstein set San Antonio's Alamodome on fire (literally)
Everything we saw as Rammstein set San Antonio's Alamodome on fire (literally)
Everything we saw as Rammstein set San Antonio's Alamodome on fire (literally)
Everything we saw as Rammstein set San Antonio's Alamodome on fire (literally)
Everything we saw as Rammstein set San Antonio's Alamodome on fire (literally)
Everything we saw as Rammstein set San Antonio's Alamodome on fire (literally)
Everything we saw as Rammstein set San Antonio's Alamodome on fire (literally)