As issues with the Covid-19 virus continue to plague the country; hard rockers Judas Priest has postponed their U.S. tour to celebrate 50 years of music. The tour that was set to begin this fall has been set back until next year.
The rocker’s 50 Heavy Metal Years tour was set to begin in September. The band has worked hard to reschedule as many of the dates as possible but there are some of the dates that cannot be rescheduled and have been cancelled.
Tickets purchased for the original dates will be honoured for the new dates. Fans will receive an email detailing refund policies for those who cannot attend the new dates.
The cancelled shows are:
The Sept 11 show in Long Island, NY
The Sept 14 shoe in Philadelphia, PA
The Sept 15 show in Newark, NY
The Sept 18 show in Orlando, FL
The Sept 20 show in Louisville, KY
The Sept 21 show in Grand Rapids, MI
The Sept 23 show in Detroit, MI
The Sept 26 show in Chicago, IL
Sept 27 show in Minneapolis, MN
The Oct 8 show in Albuquerque, NM
The Oct 11 show in Salt Lake City, UT
Fans who have purchased tickets for these shows will automatically receive a refund in the coming days from the ticket company. For tickets that were purchased in person at the box office, fans should contact the venue directly.
Judas Priest rescheduled dates in 2021:
Sept 13 at the PNC Music Pavilion in Charlotte, NC
Sept 17 at the Covelli Centre in Youngstown, OH
Sept 22 at the Miller High Life Theater in Milwaukee, WI
Sept 25 at the St. Louis Music Park in St. Louis, MO
Sept 29 at The Mission Ballroom in Denver, CO
Oct 6 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, CA
Oct 8 at the Zappos Theater in Las Vegas, NV
Oct 9 at the Federal Theatre in Phoenix, AZ
Oct 12 at the Freeman Coliseum in San Antonio, TX
Oct 13 at the HEB Center in Cedar Park, TX
Oct 15 at the Toyota Music Factory in Dallas, TX
Oct 16 at The Zoo Amphitheatre in Oklahoma City, OK
Oct 28 at the MGM Casino in Washington, DC
Oct 30 at the Foxwoods Casino Arena in Ledyard, CT