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The Warning reschedule first U.S. headline tour

Mexican hard rockers The Warning have been forced to postpone and reschedule their first U.S. headline tour, which they first revealed in December. See all upcoming dates below.

An announcement reads, “After a whirlwind year that saw them releasing their explosive MAYDAY EP and a new cover of Metallica’s classic “Enter Sandman” with singer-songwriter Alessia Cara, Monterrey Mexico hard rock sister trio The Warning have rescheduled their debut U.S. headline tour for 2022. With its Los Angeles shows at the Troubadour already sold out, the U.S. MAYDAY Tour now kicks off in San Diego on April 18.

On social media, the band say, “We are so excited to share the rescheduled MAYDAY TOUR 2022. See you this spring guys! 🤘🏻😊🤘🏻thank you to all of our fans for understanding and our incredible team, agents, promoters and venues for moving so fast to make this happen! #rock #concert.”

New Dates:
April 18 – San Diego – House of Blues [TIX]
April 19 – Berkeley, CA – Cornerstone
April 21 – Seattle, WA – Barboza
April 24 – Salt Lake City – Complex
April 25 – Denver – Marquis [TIX]
April 27 – Minneapolis – Fine Line
April 28 – Chicago, IL – Bottom Lounge
May 1 – Flint, MI – Machine Shop
May 2 – Pittsburgh, PA – Jergels
May 3 – Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall [TIX]
May 6 – NYC – Gramercy Theatre [TIX]
May 7 – Reading PA – Reverb [TIX]
May 8 – Philadelphia, PA – Brooklyn Bowl [TIX]
May 11 – Richmond, VA – Canal Club
May 15 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade [TIX]
May 16 – Tampa, FL – The Orpheum
May 18 – Houston, TX – Warehouse Live
May 19 – Austin, TX – Come and Take It
May 20 – Dallas, TX – The Studio
May 23 – Los Angeles – Troubadour
May 24 – Los Angeles – Troubadour
May 26 – Santa Ana, CA – Constellation Room [TIX]
May 27 – Phoenix, AZ – Rebel Lounge



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