Judas Priest Announces The Rescheduled Dates For The 50th Anniversary Tour

British heavy metal legends Judas Priest have recently announced their new and rescheduled ’50 Heavy Metal Years Tour’ dates on their official Twitter account. The tour will also feature Sabaton as openers.

As you may recall, the all-time-greats of the heavy metal scene, Judas Priest, had released their latest album ‘Firepower’ back in 2018 which was at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 chart, the highest-charting during their career. The upcoming tour is also known to be fueled by the success of the ‘Firepower’ album.

Judas Priest appears to be working on a busy schedule onwards with the COVID restrictions eased. They will perform in America’s largest rock festival, Louder Than Life 2021, which will last for four days. And next year, the band will appear on Clam Live on July 23, 2022, as well as Wacken Open Air 2022 between September 4 and 8.

In the latest tweet posted by Judas Priest’s official Twitter account, the band announced their US 2021 Tour dates. As appears on the visual in the tweet, the tour starts on September 8th in Reading, Pennsylvania, and concludes on November 5th in Hamilton, Ontario. Sabaton is also featured during the tour, although they will not support it on September 9th. The tour tickets are on sale now.

Here’s how Judas Priest announced the new tour dates on Twitter:

“Judas Priest are very pleased to announce their US 2021 Tour”

You can see the tweet below.