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The long-awaited, often delayed reunion tour of Rage Against The Machine is back, with the band currently scheduled to hold their first show in 11 years in Wisconsin.

Originally scheduled for 2020, the Civil Service Declaration trip was postponed to 2021 and then again to 2022 due to COVID-19. It was supposed to start on March 31 in El Paso, Texas.

But the group announced on Thursday on social networks The first 19 shows of the tour, which will take place in Detroit until May 23, will be postponed. “We’ll get back to you soon with redirected dates,” group wrote.

New dates have not yet been announced, but previously purchased tickets will be honored. You can get a refund within 30 days through the point of purchase.

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The delay in the tour was not a big surprise.

Anger was not significantly on Coachella’s 2022 lineup, which was announced last week, marking 2020 as one of the headlines of the festival’s final canceled edition.

On Thursday, the band also announced that it would not be attending the Boston Calling Festival in May, as previously announced.

This means that the band’s July 9 performance at the Alpine Valley Music Theater will be the start of the tour. The eighteen shows, scheduled for Aug. 14 through a Madison Square Garden concert, continue as planned. Run The Jewels still opens all the remaining shows of the tour.

In addition to being the first performance of Rage since 2011, the Alpine Valley concert will be one of the first concerts since 2019 at the East Troy Amphitheater.

The Live Nation-run venue will be closed in 2020 and 2021 due to a pandemic. Earlier this week, Slipknot announced it would take its Slipknot Roadshow tour to the Alpine Valley on June 4th.

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