Rage Against the Machine’s long-awaited and postponed tour has been rescheduled again. The band is trying to make sure their fans enjoy their show without encountering any health problems and seems to be doing their best to readjust their schedule to provide the safest environment.
Rage Against the Machine delighted their fans when they announced a reunion tour in 2019 featuring their former frontman Zac de la Rocha after being away from the stage as a band for nine years. However, due to the pandemic and the health risks it posed, their tour kept on getting rescheduled.
The band first rescheduled the dates to March 2020, later to summer 2021, recently to March 2021, and now to summer 2022. The tour that was being planned to be start in 2019 now has new dates. The band announced on their Instagram account and made sure the fans who wished a refund weren’t left hanging.
The tour will now commence in July 2022 in East Troy and will go on until March 2023, with their final show in Detroit. The members, Tom Morello, Tim Commerford, Brad Will, and Zack de la Rocha will be ready to perform for their fans soon enough.
Here is the announcement:
“The rescheduled Rage Against The Machine ‘Public Service Announcement’ Tour dates with Run the Jewels are listed below.
All tickets for the moved dates will be honoured. Fans who would like a refund have until March 15th, 2022, and should contact your point of purchase.
Brad, Tim, Tom & Zack”
Rage Against The Machine broke up in 2000 after Zack quit the band due to their poor decision-making skills related to their approach to politics. However, they didn’t refrain from reuniting. Their first reunion was in 2007 for the Coachella Festival, and each member was excited about the event. Hence reunions were never out of the question, and this year they’re coming with another one for their fans.
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