Rage Against The Machine Postpones Reunion Tour Due To Coronavirus
Rage Against The Machine postponed the first part of their reunion tour due to the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak pandemic. The postponement affects the band’s Public Service Announcement Tour dates with Run The Jewels scheduled between March 26 and May 20.
The announcement posted by RATM indicated the canceled show will be rescheduled. The message also indicated that Rage’s tour dates with Run The Jewels in July and August were not part of the postponement.
Rage Against The Machine — frontman Zack de la Rocha, guitarist Tom Morello, drummer Brad Wilk and bassist Tim Commerford — last performed together live in 2011. Read the band’s note below:
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