Ministry reschedules July and August dates for ‘The Industrial Strength’ tour to Spring 2021 with KMFDM / Front Line Assembly remaining on lineup
(Photo by Derick Smith) Due to ongoing restrictions regarding social gathering amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Ministry will be rescheduling the July and August dates of the upcoming “Industrial Strength Tour”, originally scheduled to begin July 1. The new dates will kick off March 31, 2021 in Seattle and run through May 1, 2021 in San Francisco, hitting all the previously announced markets with an additional date added for Salt Lake City.
KMFDM and Front Line Assembly remain on the tour lineup.
Original tickets will be honored for the new show dates in 2021; or, ticket holders can receive refunds at the point of purchase. For the Dallas show date only, original ticketholders have been automatically refunded and will need to repurchase tickets for the new 2021 date.
- 31 Seattle, WA Showbox Sodo
- 01 Portland, OR Roseland Theater
- 02 Missoula, MT Wilma Theatre
- 03 Salt Lake City, UT The Union* (on sale date TBA)
- 04 Denver, CO Ogden Theatre
- 06 Minneapolis, MN First Avenue
- 08 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE
- 09 Detroit, MI Royal Oak Music Theatre
- 10 Chicago, IL Riviera Theatre
- 11 Niagara Falls, NY Rapids Theatre
- 12 Cleveland, OH Agora Theatre
- 14 Boston, MA House of Blues
- 15 Huntington, NY The Paramount
- 16 Montclair, NJ The Wellmont
- 17 Philadelphia, PA Franklin Music Hall
- 18 Baltimore, MD Baltimore Soundstage
- 20 Atlanta, GA Tabernacle
- 21 Orlando, FL Hard Rock Live
- 23 Houston, TX House of Blues
- 24 Dallas, TX Gas Monkey Live!
- 25 San Antonio, TX Aztec Theater
- 27 Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theater
- 28 Phoenix, AZ The Van Buren
- 29 San Diego, CA House of Blues
- 30 Anaheim, CA House of Blues
- 01 San Francisco, CA The Warfield Theatre
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