Rage Against The Machine Delay El Paso & Las Cruces Dates Again
Rage Against The Machine has announced they will be rescheduling their much-anticipated tour postponing El Paso and Las Cruces concert dates yet again.
It's been two years since Rage Against The Machine announced that they would be opening their long-awaited reunion tour in El Paso; however, now the band has once again announced that they would be postponing the first leg of their tour.
Rage Against The Machine's The Public Service Announcement Tour with Run the Jewels will begin in July 2022, not in El Paso, as initially planned.
El Paso was supposed to be the first city stop for the band, which was rescheduled for Thursday, March 31, followed by a visit to Las Cruces. Instead, the kickoff concert will open Saturday, July 9, at Alpine Valley Music Theatre in East Troy, Wisconsin.
The Public Service Announcement Tour was split into a spring leg and a summer leg tour and planned to reschedule the spring dates but continue with their current summer tour dates, which remain intact. The band took to social media to break the news to their fans by posting:
The COVID-19 outbreak has caused many recent cancellations of sports, festivals, and events worldwide, including concerts.
Rage Against The Machine is not the only band rescheduling its shows due to the ongoing pandemic. Just yesterday, Adele also announced that she would have to postpone her Las Vegas residency, which she shared in a tearful message on social media.
Fans will have until February 19, 2022, to request a refund via ticketmaster.com; otherwise, tickets will be honored for the rescheduled dates, which are yet to be determined.
As much as hardcore Rage fans are looking forward to their upcoming tour - the truth is that most bands are postponing shows because they are looking out for the welfare of their fans and community – and who can argue with that?