Fans can buy €100,000 of NFTs and have dinner in Moscow with Rammstein’s Till Lindemann

Till Lindemann is one of the latest musicians to enter the world of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) by selling VIP-style access to him along with special digital artwork.

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The German singer, who as well as fronting Rammstein performs solo under his name, is offering fans the chance to dine with him in Moscow, Russia as part of a €100,000 (£84,705) NFT package.

His NFTs range from a short animated clip featuring Lindemann pictured at the State Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia to an unreleased one-shot music video of an orchestral version of Lindemann’s ‘Любимый город’ [Beloved Town] shot at the same museum.


As LouderSound notes, the one-shot music video could well be paying homage to Alexander Sokurov’s historical fantasy Russian Ark (2002), a one-shot, 96-minute movie filmed at the Hermitage.

The director of Lindemann’s ‘Beloved Town’, Serghey Grey, uploaded an edited one-minute clip to his Facebook page in May should fans wish to get a glimpse of the work without shelling out a more than considerable amount of money.

Till Lindemann / Rammstein live in Rome in 2013. CREDIT: Simone Cecchetti/Corbis via Getty Images

Fans eager to meet Lindemann and own his exclusive art pieces need to be quick; only 10 of these collectibles packages exist, each priced at €100,000. They are produced in partnership digital brokers twelve x twelve.

The news follows Lindemann releasing ‘Ich Hasse Kinder’ on CD digi-pack and 7-inch red vinyl last month, replete with both AlterBoyz and Ship Her Son remixes of the song. In June, Lindemann shared the gory music video for the track – see here.

Meanwhile, Rammstein have announced details of their first ever North American stadium tour.


The tour will begin in late August 2022 with a show at the Parc Jean-Drapeau in Montreal, Canada. Gigs in Chicago, Los Angeles, Chicago and more will follow across late summer, before the tour wraps up with three Mexico City shows in October.