RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE has announced the rescheduled dates for the European leg of the band’s “Public Service Announcement” tour with RUN THE JEWELS.
All previously sold tickets for the headline shows (Vienna, Krakow and Prague) will be honored.
Fans who cannot attend and would like a refund can contact the original point of purchase until May 23.
RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE 2022 European tour dates:
Aug. 24 – Edinburgh, UK – Royal Highlands Centre
Aug. 26 – Leeds, UK – Leeds Festival
Aug. 28 – Reading, UK – Reading Festival
Sep. 01 – Antwerp, Belgium – Sportpaleis
Sep. 03 – Hannover, Germany – Expo Plaza
Sep. 05 – Zurich, Switzerland – Hallenstadion
Sep. 08 – Malaga, Spain – Andalucia Big Festival
Sep. 10 – Madrid, Spain – Mad Cool Sunset
Sep. 13 – Vienna, Austria – Stadthalle
Sep. 15 – Krakow, Poland – Tauron Arena
Sep. 18 – Zagreb, Croatia – Zagreb Arena
Sep. 19 – Prague, Czech Republic – O2 Arena
This past January, RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE postponed the start date of the U.S. leg of its “Public Service Announcement” tour to this summer. The North American leg of the trek was originally slated to begin in March 2020 before it was rescheduled several times due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The trek will now kick off on July 9 in East Troy, Wisconsin. The 19 RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE shows that were supposed to take place between March 31 and May 23 will now take place in early 2023.
The upcoming tour will mark the first time the reunited quartet — Zack De La Rocha, Tom Morello, Brad Wilk and Tim Commerford — has hit the road together since 2011.
RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE last played together at L.A. Rising and has resisted calls for a reunion, with vocalist De La Rocha previously believed to be the lone holdout. Guitarist Morello and his fellow RAGE bandmates Commerford (bass) and Wilk (drums) have since teamed up with PUBLIC ENEMY‘s Chuck D. and CYPRESS HILL‘s B-Real in the similarly styled PROPHETS OF RAGE.
RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE recorded three original studio albums and one set of covers before breaking up in 2000. The group reformed in 2007 but only played sporadic gigs and never a full tour.
— Tom Morello (@tmorello) April 22, 2022
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