The “Metal Tour of the Year” won’t end in Canada after all. Megadeth, Lamb of God, Trivium and Hatebreed are currently in the home stretch of the tour, but Megadeth revealed via social media that the last three dates of the race, all in Canada, have been pushed back to 2022.
“The last three shows of the Metal of the Year Tour in Toronto, Laval and Quebec will unfortunately be postponed to spring 2022 due to restrictions in the province of Quebec and international logistical issues,” the group revealed, adding: “Please keep your because they will be valid for the new dates as soon as they are announced. “
The shows mentioned by Megadeth were scheduled for September 30 at the Budweiser stage in Toronto, October 1 at Place Bell in Lavala and October 2 at the Videotron Center in Quebec. The tour will continue across the United States as scheduled, with the bands playing at the Soaring Eagle Casino Amphitheater in Mount Pleasant, Michigan this evening (September 24). The trek now ends September 28 at the Armory in Minneapolis, with Knotfest Iowa on the schedule tomorrow (September 25) and the St. Louis Casino Amphitheater in Hollywood on Sunday (September 26).
Another note from the tour. Hatebreed revealed when responding to a fan tweet that they will not be a part of the rescheduled Canadian shows when they take place next year.
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