The group announced their world tour on Thursday. The FEQQuebec summer festival unveiled the news a few minutes after the American formation posted the dates on its website.
In 2020, ticket sales for the Summer Festival got off to a very good start. According to its programming director, Louis Bellavance, the presence of Rage Against The Machine had a lot to do with it.
It’s a band that hasn’t been together for 10 years, that hasn’t toured extensively for 20 years. There is the current context in the world that reinforces their message. They have taken on a lot of relevance. For the Festival, it was an opportunity not to be missed.
At this time of year, the programming is more advanced than usual. For now, no further announcements are planned.
The FEQ Quebec summer festival wants to present shows in 2021 from July 8 to 18, but is still awaiting details from public health.
Rage Against The Machine will be at Bluesfest of Ottawa, the day before their stop in Quebec.
The FEQQuebec summer festival 2022 will be held from July 7 to 17. The passes will be on sale next winter.
In addition, the Videotron Center announced Thursday that the tour This is not a Drill, by Roger Waters, will stop by us. The immersive experience of the classics of Pink Floyd will be presented on Sunday July 17, 2022.
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