Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Judas Priest have announced that they will be postponing most of their previously announced fall 2020 U.S. tour dates to the summer/fall of 2021. Unfortunately, not every show was able to be rescheduled, so therefore a dozen concerts had to be canceled.

Says Judas Priest, “We have every intention of adding more shows and cities to our 50th anniversary tour in the Fall of 2021. As soon as we have the new dates finalized, we will announce them.”

The following shows have been rescheduled:

* September 9, 2020 Washington, D.C. at MGM Casino has been moved to October 28, 2021 
* September 12, 2020 Ledyard, CT at Foxwoods Casino Arena has bee moved to October 30, 2021 
* September 17, 2020 Charlotte, NC at PNC Music Pavilion has been moved to September 13, 2021 
* September 24, 2020 Youngstown, OH at the Covelli Centre has been moved to September 17, 2021 
* September 29, 2020 Milwaukee, WI at Miller High Life Theater has been moved to September 22, 2021 
* September 30, 2020 St. Louis, MO at St. Louis Music Park has been moved to September 25, 2021 
* October 2, 2020 Oklahoma City, OK at The Zoo Amphitheatre has been moved to October 16, 2021 
* October 3, 2020 Dallas, TX at Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory has been moved to October 15, 2021 
* October 5, 2020 Cedar Park, TX at HEB Center Cedar Park has been moved to October 13, 2021 
* October 6, 2020 San Antonio, TX at Freeman Coliseum has been moved to October 12, 2021 
* October 9, 2020 Denver, CO at The Mission Ballroom has been moved to September 29, 2021
* October 13, 2020 Phoenix, AZ at Arizona Federal Theatre has been moved to October 9, 2021 
* October 15, 2020 Los Angeles, CA at Microsoft Theater has been moved to October 6, 2021 
* October 17, 2020 Las Vegas, NV at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood has been moved to October 8, 2021

All tickets for the original shows will be honored at the new dates. You will receive an e-mail notification from the ticketing company soon that includes information on how to request a refund if you are unable to attend the rescheduled date.

The following shows have been canceled:

The following shows have been canceled:

The following shows have been canceled:

* September 11, 2020 Long Island, NY at Nassau 
* September 14, 2020 Philadelphia, PA at Mann Center 
* September 15, 2020 Newark, NJ at Prudential Center 
* September 18, 2020 Orlando, FL at Rebel Rock Festival 
* September 20, 2020 Louisville, KY at Louder Than Life Festival 
* September 21, 2020 Grand Rapids, MI at Van Andel Arena 
* September 23, 2020 Detroit, MI at the Fox Theatre 
* September 26, 2020 Chicago, IL at Rosemont Theatre 
* September 27, 2020 Minneapolis, MN at Armory 
* October 08, 2020 Albuquerque, NM at Sandia Resort and Casino 
* October 11, 2020 Salt Lake City, UT at Vivint Smart Home Arena

Tickets purchased for these shows will automatically be refunded from the ticketing company in approximately 30 days. For any purchases made in-person at a box office, or for any additional questions, please contact the venue directly.

4 Responses

  1. My biggest fear for classic rock music during this pandemic is the constant rescheduling of concerts into the next year. Many of these musicians lived the “sex, drugs, and rock and roll” lifestyle in their early days, and, in some cases, that lifestyle is starting to impact their health today. How will these musicians’ health be in order to perform in these concerts that are getting rescheduled a year from now, or even further out, depending on the length of this pandemic???

  2. Now that’s funny, because the one concert that I could of went to, at the prudential in NJ, I could of went to (hell I could of walked there from my house) is cancelled. Never could get tickets back in the day I regret I not seeing them in 80s.

    But I’m sure they can play North Dakota like Great White did, considering the bands past with concert in RI years back

    1. Charles,

      I was fortunate enough to see them back in ’84 on their Defenders tour at MSG. That was the infamous show, where the fans ripped up the seats, and threw all the foam on stage, causing hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage, and getting the band banned for life. It also happened to be my very first rock concert ever, so what an introduction-LOL!

      I caught them again, in New Jersey, I think back then it was called the Brendan Byrne Arena(?) in ’89 on their Ram It Down Tour (not a good album, but a GREAT show).

      Then I saw them on their 30th Anniversary British Steel tour, and that was also phenomenal.


    2. My first time seeing JP was September 1st, 1979, opening for KISS at the Nassau Coliseum in Long Island, NY. That was my first “real” concert, before that I saw Blondie at Belmont Park in Elmont NY, that was in July ’79, and a year before that was (uh-oh) a disco show at the same place! ~ Andrea True Connection, Vicky Sue Robinson, I really can’t remember the rest! 😉

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