Rage Against the Machine postpones tour; Alpine Valley is now the first stop
The long-awaited and oft-delayed Rage Against The Machine reunion tour has been pushed back yet again, with the band currently set to play their first show in 11 years in Wisconsin.
Originally scheduled for 2020, “Public Service Announcement” Due to COVID-19, the tour was pushed back to 2021 and then to 2022. It was scheduled to begin in El Paso, Texas on March 31.
On Thursday, however, the band announced On social networksThe first 19 shows of the tour in Detroit (through May 23) will be postponed. “We will get back to you soon with the rescheduled dates”, The group composed the song.
Although the new dates have not yet been announced, the tickets purchased will still be valid. You can get a refund up to 30 days after purchase.
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It was no surprise that the tour was delayed.
After being booked to be one of the headliners of the 2020 edition, Rage was not present in the Coachella 2022 lineup.
On Thursday, the band also announced that they will no longer be headlining the Boston Calling festival in May, as previously announced.
Kicking off the tour will be the band’s performance at the Alpine Valley Music Theater on July 9th. There are still 18 shows to play, which will be followed by a show at Madison Square Garden on August 14. Run The Jewels will still open all remaining shows on the tour.
The Alpine Valley concert will be Rage’s first since 2011. It will also mark the start of 2019 at the East Troy Amphitheater.
Due to the pandemic, the venue operated by Live Nation was closed in 2020-2021. Earlier this week, Slipknot announced that they would be bringing their Slipknot Roadshow to Alpine Valley on June 4th.
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