Rage Against The Machine announces rearranged Minneapolis dates

The original shows were postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
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After the coronavirus outbreak put the kibosh on their Target Center shows, Rage Against The Machine has announced new dates for its reunion tour.

The rockers have posted a new schedule for its postponed tour, which will see the band play Target Center on July 2 and 3, 2021.

Rage had announced its reunion tour in February, and due to huge demand in Minneapolis, added an extra date.

It was due to play Target Center next Monday and Tuesday, May 11 and 12, before the pandemic caused its postponement.

Even now, the band says that the rearranged dates are "health and safety" permitting, given that the pandemic is expected to continue having an effect for at least 18 months, and governors including Gov. Tim Walz have warned that large sporting and music events will be among the last things to be brought back given the potential for spreading the virus.

RATM says that tickets for the postponed shows will be honored, and anyone who wants a refund can get one at their point of purchase.

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