Judas Priest Announces Rescheduled ’50 Heavy Metal Years’ Tour for 2022 with Special Guest Queensryche


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In late September, Judas Priest announced that its scheduled 50 Heavy Metal Years anniversary tour was being shelved, the result of guitarist Richie Faulkner rupturing his aorta onstage and requiring emergency surgery.

Now that Faulkner has recovered and the band has received the green light to resume the tour dates, the new shows were announced on Monday and will find Priest hitting the road again in the spring of 2022. Queensryche will be along as a special guest, replacing Sabaton.

The new dates (visit the Judas Priest website for more details):

March 4 – Peoria, IL Peoria Civic Theatre
March 6 – Denver, CO Mission Ballroom
March 7 – West Valley City, UT Maverik Center
March 9 – Everett, WA Angel of the Winds Arena
March 10 – Portland, OR Moda Center
March 12 – Oakland, CA Fox Theater
March 13 – Las Vegas, NV Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood
March 15 – Los Angeles, CA The Shrine
March 16 – Phoenix, AZ Arizona Federal Theater
March 18 – Irving, TX The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
March 20 – Cedar Park, TX H–E–B Center at Cedar Park
March 21 – San Antonio, TX Freeman Coliseum
March 23 – Nashville, TN Nashville Municipal Auditorium
March 25 – Alpharetta, GA Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
March 27 – Charleston, WV Charleston Coliseum & Convention Center
March 29 – Philadelphia, PA The Met Philadelphia
March 30 – Newark, NJ Prudential Center
March 31 – National Harbor, MD The Theater at MGM National Harbor
April 2 – Mashantucket, CT Premier Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino
April 4 – Lowell, MA Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell
April 7 – Halifax, NS, Canada Scotiabank Centre
April 10 – Quebec City, QC Centre Videotron
April 11 – Laval, QC Place Bell
April 13 – Hamilton, ON FirstOntario Centre

Judas Priest also recently rescheduled a planned European tour with Ozzy Osbourne from 2022 to 2023, with Osbourne quoted as saying:

“Due to the ongoing uncertainty with full capacity events and travel logistics in much of Europe, we have come to the difficult decision to postpone my 2022 tour to 2023. Original tickets remain valid for the new dates. I want to thank all of you and Judas Priest for your continued patience and support.” OZZY



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