Rage Against The Machine to embark on reunion world tour

The band will be supported by American hip hop duo Run The Jewels.

Tom Morello

Guitarist Tom Morello, formerly of Audioslave, performs onstage with Prophets of Rage during KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas 2017 at The Forum on December 9, 2017 in Inglewood, California. Image: Scott Dudelson / WireImage

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Rage Against The Machine will embark on an extensive world tour later this year, marking the end of their nine-year-long hiatus.

The Public Service Announcement tour – which spans seven months – will include RATM’s previously announced festival headlining slots at Coachella on April 10 and 17, Boston Calling on 23 May, as well as Firefly on 19 June. The tour will cover major US cities throughout spring and summer, including shows in Chicago (United Center on 19 May) and New York (Madison Square Garden on 10 and 11 August).

According to the band, the Public Service Announcement tour will also serve as a platform to aid charities. “Through ticketing, volunteering and band donations, Rage Against the Machine will be working with multiple charities and activist organizations throughout the tour,” the band said in a statement. The proceeds from the first three shows of the tour – in El Paso, Texas, Las Cruces, New Mexico and Glendale, Arizona – will benefit immigrant rights organisations.

Tickets for the Public Service Announcement tour go on sale 13 February. Find the full list of dates here:


March 26 – El Paso, TX at Don Haskins Center
March 28 – Las Cruces, NM at Pan American Center
March 30 – Glendale, AZ at Gila River Arena


April 10 – Indio, CA at Coachella
April 17 – Indio, CA at Coachella
April 21 – Oakland, CA at Oakland Arena
April 25 – Portland, OR at Moda Center
April 28 – Tacoma, WA at Tacoma Dome


May 1 – Vancouver, BC at Pacific Coliseum at the PNE
May 3 – Edmonton, AB at Rogers Place
May 5 – Calgary, AB at Scotiabank Saddledome
May 7 – Winnipeg, MB at Bell MTS Place
May 9 – Sioux Falls, SD at Denny Sanford Premier Center
May 11 – Minneapolis, MN at Target Center
May 14 – Kansas City, MO at Sprint Center
May 16 – St. Louis, MO at Enterprise Center
May 19 – Chicago, IL at United Center
May 23 – Boston, MA at Boston Calling


June 19 – Dover, DE at Firefly


July 10 – East Troy, WI at Alpine Valley Music Theatre
July 13 – Detroit, MI at Little Caesars Arena
July 17 – Ottawa, ON at Ottawa Bluesfest
July 18 – Festival d’Été de Québec at Festival d’Été de Québec
July 21 – Hamilton, ON at FirstOntario Centre
July 23 – Toronto, ON at Scotiabank Arena
July 27 – Buffalo, NY at KeyBank Center
July 29 – Cleveland, OH at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
July 31 – Pittsburgh, PA at PPG Paints Arena


August 2 – Raleigh, NC at PNC Arena
August 4 – Washington DC at Capital One Arena
August 7 – Camden, NJ at BB&T Pavilion
August 10 – New York, NY at Madison Square Garden
August 11 – New York, NY at Madison Square Garden
August 28 – Leeds, UK at Leeds Festival
August 30 – Reading, UK at Reading Festival


September 1 – Paris, France at Rock En Seine Festival
September 4 – Stradbally Laois, Ireland at Electric Picnic Festival
September 6 – Berlin, Germany at Lollapalooza Berlin Festival
September 8 – Prague, Czech Republic at O2 Arena
September 10 – Krakow, Poland at Tauron Arena

More information at ratm.com.

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