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Rage Against the Machine announces rescheduled dates for postponed reunion shows

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Rage Against the Machine has unveiled the rescheduled dates for the postponed shows on the band’s much-anticipated reunion tour.

As previously reported, the “Killing in the Name” outfit announced this past January that the first half of the upcoming outing, including dates scheduled from March 31 in El Paso, Texas, to May 23 in Detroit, would be delayed. Those shows are now set to take place in February, March and April of 2023.

Previously purchased tickets will be honored for the rescheduled dates. Those who can no longer attend the shows have until March 15 to request a refund.

The second leg of the tour, which kicks off in July and will conclude with a five-night stand at New York City’s Madison Square Garden in August, is still on to run as scheduled.

For the full list of dates and all ticket info, visit Tour.RATM.com.

Rage Against the Machine had originally scheduled the tour for 2020 after announcing their reunion in 2019, ending the hiatus they’d been on since 2011. The outing’s been postponed a number of times amid the COVID-19 pandemic. In between all the rescheduling, Rage dropped off the lineups for festivals including Coachella and Boston Calling. 

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