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The Prophets of Rage Announces Its Make America Rage Tour


Ready to rage? The Prophets of Rage kicks off summer with a 35-date tour starting July 19th in Cleveland, Ohio, the very same day the Republican National Convention rolls into town.proph sq

The new supergroup features Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello, Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk; alongside Chuck D from Public Enemy; and Cypress Hill’s B-Real.

The band announced the tour the day after performing at a surprise show at Brooklyn’s Warsaw Ballroom on June 4th.

Primed for controversy, the band’s tour is set to collide with the Republican National Convention in Ohio and will come to a close two weeks before this year’s presidential election.

The band said: “Dangerous times demand dangerous songs,” describing The Prophets of Rage as an “elite task force of revolutionary musicians determined to confront this mountain of election year bulls***.”

Having recently played sold-out shows at the Whisky and the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, The Prophets of Rage will make stops in Brooklyn, Los Angeles, Chicago, Nashville, and Atlanta before wrapping up the tour in San Diego.

As a side note, a portion of the proceeds from all show will benefit local homeless charities.

Tickets for the tour go on sale at LiveNation.com on Friday, June 10th.

Here are the dates:

7/19 — Cleveland, OH, Agora Ballroom

8/19 — Fairfax, VA,  EagleBank Arena

8/20 — Camden, NJ,  BB&T Pavilion

8/21 — Mansfield, MA,  Xfinity Center

8/23 — Hartford, CT,  The Xfinity Theatre

8/24 — Toronto, ON,  Molson Canadian Amphitheatre

8/26 — Holmdel, NJ,  P.N.C. Bank Arts Center

8/27 — Brooklyn, NY,  Barclays Center

8/28 — Wantagh, NY,  Nikon at Jones Beach Theater

8/30 — Noblesville, IN,  Klipsch Music Center

8/31 — Burgettstown, PA,  First Niagara Pavilion

9/3 — Tinley Park, IL,  Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

9/4 — St. Louis, MO,  Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

9/5 — Kansas City, MO,  Providence Medical Center Amphitheater

9/7 — Morrison, CO,  Red Rocks Amphitheatre

9/10 — Auburn, WA,  White River Amphitheatre

9/11 — Ridgefield, WA,  Sunlight Supply Amphitheatre

9/13 — Mountain View, CA,  Shoreline Amphitheatre

9/15 — Los Angeles, CA,  The Forum

9/17 — Phoenix, AZ,  Ak-Chin Pavilion

9/25 — Dallas, TX,  Gexa Energy Pavilion

9/27 — Nashville, TN,  Bridgestone Arena

9/29 — Virginia Beach, VA,  Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater

10/1 — Tampa, FL,  MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheater

10/2 — West Palm Beach, FL,  Perfect Vodka Amp

10/4 — Alpharetta, GA,  Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre

10/5 — Cincinnati, OH,  Riverbend Music Center

10/7 — Tulsa, OK,  BOK Center

10/8 — Houston, TX,  Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

10/9 — San Antonio, TX,  AT&T Center

10/11 — El Paso, TX,  El Paso County Coliseum

10/12 — Albuquerque, NM,  Isleta Amphitheatre

10/14 — Las Vegas, NV,  Mandalay Bay Event Center

10/16 — Chula Vista, CA,  Sleep Train Amphitheatre

Photo: Getty

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