Watch: Till Lindemann Takes a Hard Fall Off Stage During Rammstein Concert

Till Lindemann Photo by Simone Cecchetti/Corbis via Getty Images
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No performer ever wants to deal with a nasty fall while they are performing for a crowd, but sometimes crap happens. Unfortunately, Rammstein vocalist Till Lindemann experienced such an accident.

At one point during a Rammstein concert that took place on May 22nd, the frontman fell off the stage.

Per fan-captured footage of this moment (which you can view below), you will see Lindemann standing by his bandmates and waving to the crowd.

He then turns around and starts walking toward the back of the stage; however, something goes wrong somewhere and he takes a nasty fall off the stage.

His fellow bandmates turn around and start to walk over to where he fell and check on him.

We hope the fall was not too rough and that Lindemann is doing well.

Below you will find two fan-captured videos involving footage of this moment.

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  • May 27th – Helsinki, FIN – Olympiastadion
    May 28th – Helsinki, FIN – Olympiastadion
    June 2nd – Odense, DEN – Dyrskueplads
    June 3rd – Odense, DEN – Dyrskueplads
    June 7th – München, GER – Olympiastadion
    June 8th – München, GER – Olympiastadion
    June 10th – München, GER – Olympiastadion
    June 11th – München, GER – Olympiastadion
    June 14th – Trencin, SLO – Trencin Airport
    June 17th – Bern, SWI – Stadion Wankdorf
    June 18th – Bern, SWI – Stadion Wankdorf
    June 23rd – Madrid, SPA – Estadio Civitas Metropolitano
    June 26th – Lisbon, POR – Estadio da Luz
    July 1st – Padova, ITA – Stadio Euganeo
    July 6th – Groningen, NET – Stadspark
    July 7th – Groningen, NET – Stadspark
    July 11th – Budapest, HUN – Puskas Arena
    July 12th – Budapest, HUN – Puskas Arena
    July 15th – Berlin, GER – Olympiastadion
    July 16th – Berlin, GER – Olympiastadion
    July 18th – Berlin, GER – Olympiastadion
    July 22nd – Paris, FRA – Stade de France
    July 26th – Wien, AUT – Ernst-Happel-Stadion
    July 27th – Wien, AUT – Ernst-Happel-Stadion
    July 30th – Chorzow, POL – Stadion Slaski
    July 31st – Chorzow, POL – Stadion Slaski
    August 4th – Brussels, BEL – King Baudouin Stadium
    August 5th – Brussels, BEL – King Baudouin Stadium