Rage Against the Machine to End Nine-Year Hiatus With 2020 World Tour


Rage Against the Machine to End Nine-Year Hiatus With 2020 World Tour

Tom Morello and his bandmates, who will reunite at Coachella festival in April, will donate earnings from their shows in Texas, New Mexico and Arizona to immigrant rights organizations.

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Rage Against the Machine will tour the world in 2020 after taking a nine-year hiatus.

The iconic band has announced 40 shows on the back of their reunion for the Coachella festival in California in April that kick off in El Paso, Texas on March 26.

Tom Morello and his bandmates will perform at a string of festivals, including Boston Calling, Firefly and Leeds and Reading in Britain, before concluding the trek in Krakow, Poland on September 10.

All earnings from their first three shows in Texas, New Mexico and Arizona will benefit immigrant rights organisations, with the band pledging to continue to donate to several other charities throughout their trek.

Run the Jewels will serve as the band’s opening act.