Rage Against The Machine
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Rage Against The Machine Announce 40-Date World Tour
Rage Against The Machine are hitting the road for the first time in roughly a decade. The GRAMMY-winning "Guerilla Radio" band has announced a 40-date tour that will take them all over the U.S., including Chicago, Detroit and Oakland, Calif, as well as cities in Canada and Europe.
The tour will launch in El Paso, Texas on March 26 and end in Vienna, Austria on Sept. 12. Run the Jewels will support the band on tour, except for the date in Chicago. The North American tour dates are an addition to the previously announced sets at Coachella and Firefly Music Festival. The band, which disbanded in 2000, announced a series of reunion performance dates late last year.
All proceeds of the first three tour dates in border towns will go to immigrant rights organizations. Some proceeds from other shows will go to charities throughout the year.
Tickets go on sale Thursday, Feb. 13.