Shortly before the start of the festival, Rock am Ring can report a sell-out with 90,000 weekend tickets sold. A visitor record, which could be reached in the size 2022 for the first time at the traditional festival. For those who make up their minds at short notice, there are still limited day tickets available.
For fans who cannot be there on the weekend, RTL+ will exclusively broadcast the complete program of both main stages live, free of charge and freely accessible in the web browser on RTLplus.de and via the app for RTL+ Premium User:in.
In addition, a partnership with TikTok brings the festival experience to the global community. In addition to hashtag campaigns, live programming, official Rock am Ring playlists, backstage impressions with popular Creator:ins are also planned.
At Rock am Ring, after a two-year break due to the pandemic, fans can look forward to headliners Green Day, Muse and Volbeat, among others, from June 3-5. A total of around 70 acts are scheduled, including Placebo, Måneskin, Marteria, Casper, Beatsteaks, Jan Delay & Disko No. 1, The Offspring, Korn, Deftones and Scooter.
Since 1985, tens of thousands of music fans have made the pilgrimage to the Nürburgring, first on the Whitsun weekend, then on the first weekend in June.
Over the decades, acts such as David Bowie, The Bangles, Alanis Morissette, The Fugees, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rage Against The Machine, Metallica, Die Toten Hosen, A$AP Rocky and Jay-Z have played at the festival. From the beginning, the festival has always been a mirror of the current pop zeitgeist. At Rock am Ring, developments were anticipated, and careers big and small were launched.