Rage Against The Machine recently posted a tweet on their Twitter account and announced that their rescheduled reunion tour which was postponed due to the outbreak of COVID-19, has been rescheduled once more.

As you may recall, in November 2019 RATM had announced that they’ll be reuniting to perform together after a nine-year break in the Spring of 2020. In February, the band went on to announce the venues and dates of their ‘Public Service Announcement’ Tour. However, following the COVID-19 outbreak, the dates were postponed to 2021.

Even though there has been some progress considering the spread of COVID-19, the restrictions considering live performances haven’t been lifted yet. Thus, RATM had to once again reschedule their tour dates. With their recent tweet, the band announced that the ‘tour will now start in the spring of 2022‘ and reassured their fans that their purchased tickets can either be used for the upcoming shows or be refunded.

Here’s what Rage Against The Machine said in their recent tweet:

“Rage Against The Machine & Run the Jewels ‘Public Service Announcement’ Tour is rescheduled.

The Rage Against The Machine tour will now start in the spring of 2022. Your tickets will be honored for the postponed shows. Refunds are available at the original point of purchase for 30 days if you are unable to make it to the new date. We will see you next year.

Brad, Tom, Tim & Zack”

You can check out their tweet below.