Rage Against the Machine reschedule their tour to 2022, new dates announced

Rage Against the Machine revealed the rescheduled dates for their 2022 tour which will also include their guest Run the Jewels.

The pandemic does not stop being a problem for live shows, by making more and more bands have to adjust their performances in accordance with the rules. We have recently seen Rammstein postpone their Europe Stadium Tour to 2022, and now Rage Against the Machine is here with a reschedule.

RATM‘s 2022 tour is going to start on March 31 with a show in El Paso, Texas. The band made this announcement regarding the fate of the already-bought tickets, and the buyers will not need to worry.

THE RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE TOUR WILL NOW START IN THE SPRING OF 2022. YOUR TICKETS WILL BE HONORED FOR THE POSTPONED SHOWS. ANYONE WHO WANTS A REFUND CAN DO SO AT YOUR POINT OF PURCHASE FOR 30 DAYS. WE WILL SEE YOU NEXT YEAR.

BRAD, TIM, TOM AND ZACK”

Rage Against The Machine 2022 tour dates

Here are the rescheduled 2022 tour dates of Rage Against The Machine. Keep in mind that Run the Jewels are not going to be performing on July 16 in Quebec.

March 31 – El Paso, Texas at Don Haskins Center
April 02 – Las Cruces, New Mexico at Pan American Center
April 04 – Glendale, Arizona at Gila River Arena
April 06 – Glendale, Arizona at Gila River Arena
April 26 — Oakland, California at Oakland Arena
April 28 – Oakland, California at Oakland Arena
April 30 – Tacoma, Washington at Tacoma Dome
May 02 — Portland, Oregon at Moda Center
May 05 — Vancouver, British Columbia at Pacific Coliseum at the PNE
May 07 — Edmonton, Alberta at Rogers Place
May 09 — Calgary, Alberta at Scotiabank Saddledome
May 11 — Winnipeg, Manitoba at Bell MTS Place
May 13 — Sioux Falls, S.D. at Denny Sanford Premier Center
May 15 — Minneapolis, Minnesota at Target Center
May 16 – Minneapolis, Minnesota at Target Center
May 18 — Kansas City, Missouri at Sprint Center
May 20 — St. Louis, Missouri at Enterprise Center
May 22 – Detroit, Michigan at Little Caesars Arena
May 23 – Detroit, Michigan at Little Caesars Arena
June 09 — East Troy, Wisconsin at Alpine Valley Music Theatre
July 11 — Chicago, Illinois at United Center
July 12 – Chicago, Illinois at United Center
July 15 – Ottawa, Ontario at Ottawa Bluesfest
July 16 – Quebec City, Quebec City at Festival d’ete de Quebec (Without Run the Jewels)
July 19 – Hamilton, Ontario at FirstOntario Centre
July 21 — Toronto, Ontario at Scotiabank Arena
July 23 – Toronto, Ontario at Scotiabank Arena
July 25 – Buffalo, New York at KeyBank Center
July 27 – Cleveland, Ohio at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
July 29 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at PPG Paints Arena
July 31 – Raleigh, North Carolina at PNC Arena
Aug. 02 – Washington D.C. at Capital One Arena
Aug. 03 – Washington D.C. at Capital One Arena
Aug. 08 – New York, NY at Madison Square Garden
Aug. 09 – New York, NY at Madison Square Garden
Aug. 11 – New York, NY at Madison Square Garden
Aug. 12 – New York, NY at Madison Square Garden
Aug. 14 – New York, NY at Madison Square Garden

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