Primus Postpones ‘A Tribute To Kings’ Tour Featuring Rush Album Performances

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Primus postponed their “A Tribute To Kings” tour due to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. An homage to legendary rock band Rush, Primus planned to perform Rush’s 1977 album A Farewell To Kings in its entirety on the tour.

Primus’ announcement of the “A Tribute To Kings” tour came a little over a month after the death of legendary Rush drummer Neil Peart. Wolfmother, Battles and The Sword were also on board for the tour. A post on Primus’ Facebook page indicated that the “A Tribute To Kings” tour was in the process of being rescheduled.

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The upcoming “Primus: A Tribute To Kings” tour is being rescheduled. Primus has been looking forward to celebrating this legendary Rush album, but want to ensure everyone’s health and safety is not at risk. New dates are being worked on at this time and information will become available the moment it’s able to be shared. Hang onto your tickets as they will be valid for the new dates. A majority of the shows will offer refunds when the new dates are announced or after 60 days if it takes extra time to find new dates. Please reach out to your original point of purchase with questions regarding refund policies and any other ticket inquiries. Thank you for your understanding and support during this unprecedented time.
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