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Dance, drink beers, have a smile on your face, sing, dance some more and just be yourself, let loose; and have a lot of fun Take one cotton ball to split between your two ears. It will dampen the Taxation is theft classic shirt and I love this noise but not the fun. Maybe you won’t use it but you’ll have it just in case. It’s already been said countless times and I’m saying it again: WEAR EARPLUGS. Believe me, you will still hear the show just fine. That’s a hell of way to start the journey!! See Rob Zombie with Mudvayne this summer too. They are both amazing live. Eat Plugs my dude! The concert will get really loud. Ear plugs could give you a much needed break from the deafening metal rage Bring ear protection, been seeing live metal shows for almost 20 years and I didn’t start using them until the last few and I regret it. Also stay hydrated and try not to record the whole show on your phone. It’s going to be one hell of a concert. I saw them with my older brother and I’m not really a Ramstein fan, but it was one of the best concerts I’ve been to Have fun!!!! I’d love to see them again-I went to the Mutter tour in the USA in the early 2000s. My only piece of advice-don’t expect any other concert you ever go to match the pyrotechnics.