Rage Against the Machine shared a post on their official Instagram account and announced that the beginning of their ‘Public Service Announcement Tour’ with Run the Jewels was postponed and that the spring dates of the tour will also be rescheduled.

As you may recall, Rage Against the Machine reunited for the second time in 2019 and made their appearances in a few festivals. In 2020, they announced a worldwide reunion tour named the ‘Public Service Announcement Tour,’ and it would be their first extensive tour in 20 years. The rap duo Run the Jewels would also be the supporting act.

However, they had to postpone the first leg of the reunion tour, which would start on March 26, 2021, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Later on, they had to reschedule the remaining dates as well. As the pandemic continues, the band announced on April 8, 2021, that they once again rescheduled the tour dates for spring and summer of 2022.

Apparently, the band is having trouble again with assigning the exact dates of the tour. According to their Instagram post, the start of the tour has been pushed back to July 9 in East Toy, Wisconsin. The 19 shows that would take place between March 31 and May 23 were postponed and will be rescheduled. They stated that they will announce the rescheduled dates later on. However, the summer tour dates remain unchanged.

Here is the announcement of the band:

“The Rage Against The Machine ‘Public Service Announcement’ North American Tour with Run The Jewels will now start on July 9, 2022, in East Troy, Wisconsin. Headline shows scheduled for March 31, 2022, through May 23, 2022, will be postponed and rescheduled. All tickets for the moved dates will be honored. For fans wishing to obtain a refund for the postponed dates, refunds are available for a 30-fay window from the point of purchase only, starting today. We will be back to you soon with the rerouted dates.

Brad, Tim, Tom, and Zack”

You can also check out the photos they shared below.

Photo Credit: Rage Against The Machine – Instagram