Rage Against The Machine Tap Run The Jewels For Reunion Tour

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Just when you thought it was safe to lock in your summer concert plans, Rage Against the Machine announced they are headed to Cleveland.

It's the band's first tour since 2011. The band reported its second reunion in November 2019, with two appearances at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and other limited engagements. In addition, 100% of all proceeds from El Paso, Las Cruces and Phoenix will go to immigrant rights organizations.

Rage Against the Machine, consisting of Tim Commerford, Tom Morello, Zack de la Rocha and Brad Wilk, formed in 1991.

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Tickets go on sale on Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse's website on Thursday, Feb. 11 at 11 a.m. Prices start at a whopping $125 per ticket.

It's been more than twenty years since Rage Against the Machine last came to St. Louis on a tour with the Wu-Tang Clan in 1997. Following the announcement that they'd be headlining Coachella this spring, they have officially revealed a global tour with opening act Run The Jewels. The duo of El-P and Killer Mike has a new album due in 2020, continuing its string of critically acclaimed releases.

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