Judas Priest has announced the rescheduled 50 Heavy Metal Years North American tour dates for March-April 2022. Support on the trek will come from Queensrÿche.

Judas Priest was forced to postpone around two dozen North American shows on its rescheduled 50th-anniversary tour in late September after the band’s guitarist Richie Faulkner suffered an acute cardiac aortic dissection during a performance at the Louder Than Life festival. He ended up undergoing a 10-hour life-saving surgery a short distance away at Rudd Heart and Lung Center at UofL Health – Jewish Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky.

Judas Priest and Queensrÿche tour dates:

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

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  • Harold Taint on

    Glad Faulkner is doing better.

    • Medved on

      Will Ritchie be fully healthy enough to return playing on stage and enduring the rigors of the road? You don’t exactly bounce back from that kind of heart procedure he had, regardless of how young he is. I wish him the best, but he needs to approach this comeback carefully. He has a lot to live for outside of Judas Priest.

  • T on

    A good double bill. I hope circumstances will allow live events to happen in Spring 2022 as scheduled. From the show announcements i’ve been hearing (including Monsters of Rock Cruise and Rok Island), it could be a great spring for live metal and hard rock music. Someone should do a tv show featuring that music! 😉

  • Taskerofpuppets on

    Nnice to see I willbe able to see them here in Portland, again!! \m/

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