[UPDATE 2/15/22]: Rage Against The Machine has announced rescheduled dates for its previously-postponed stops on the Public Service Announcement Tour. The stretch of postponed shows will now take place in early 2023 with hip-hop supergroup Run The Jewels on as support.

RATM will still kick off the reunion tour as scheduled this July 9th and travel across the U.S. and Canada through August. The second leg of the tour will now start on February 22nd in Las Cruces, NM, and will take the groups through El Paso, TX (2/24); Glendale, AZ (2/26, 2/28); Oakland, CA (3/3, 3/5); Portland, OR (3/7); and Tacoma, WA (3/9).

Rage and RTJ will work up through Canada mid-March before returning stateside with a two-night run at Minneapolis, MN’s Target Center on the 19th and 20th. From there, the run of tour dates will come to an end with shows in Sioux Falls, SD (3/22); Kansas City, MO (3/28); St. Louis, MO (3/30); and a couple of nights at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, MI (4/1, 4/2).

Previously-purchased tickets for all rescheduled shows will remain valid for the new dates. Rage Against The Machine has extended the refund window until March 15th. Those who cannot attend the rerouted tour dates should contact their point of purchase for a refund.

[1/20/22]: Rage Against The Machine has officially postponed the first leg of its upcoming Public Service Announcement Tour. The North American summer tour will now begin on July 9th at Alpine Valley in East Troy, WI.

This news comes after RATM dropped off the Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival lineup for April 2022. Boston Calling also confirmed on Thursday that the band will drop off the festival lineup, scheduled for May 27th–29th. In its announcement, Rage Against The Machine stated that “headline shows scheduled for March 31, 2022 through May 23, 2022 will be postponed and rescheduled.”

Fans who wish to obtain refunds can do so through the point of purchase within a 30-day window beginning on January 20th. All tickets for the moved dates will be honored. The band noted that it will return soon with rerouted dates.

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This comes as the latest postponement for the highly anticipated Rage Against The Machine reunion tour, first announced in February 2020. The summer tour was postponed to the following summer as the COVID situation worsened around the world. The band was set to perform for the first time since 2011 at Coachella this coming spring, but dropped off the festival shortly before the lineup was announced last week.

Visit the Rage Against The Machine website for tickets and a detailed list of tour dates.