Photo: Taylor Hill/Getty Images for Boston Calling Music Festival
  /  02.11.2020

Run The Jewels are hitting the road this summer, joining rock band Rage Against the Machine on their reunion Public Service Announcement Tour. The hip hop duo announced the tour’s dates, which span from March through September, in an Instagram post on Monday (Feb. 10).

“On sale Thursday, February 13 from 11 am local [time] at,” RTJ captioned the tour flyer.

Hitting major cities like New Orleans, Minneapolis, Boston, Detroit, Cleveland, New York City, Toronto and more, Run The Jewels will also make festival stops at Coachella Music Festival, Bonnaroo Music & Artis Festival, England’s Reading and Leeds Festival and Firefly Festival. The tour wraps up on Sept. 12 in Vienna, Austria.

The news follows the missed release date for Run The Jewels 4, which was expected to arrive last year. The long-awaited album will mark Run The Jewel’s first full-length project since 2016’s Run The Jewels 3.

Last month, El-P reportedly offered insight as to an upcoming release date for the project. The duo-half responded to a fan on Twitter who said he was “stressed out” about RTJ4’s release and pleaded for a drop date “to look forward to.”

“I do apologize for your stress,” El-P replied on Twitter. “The album will be out before we play Coachella and def not this month that’s all i can say now. we will announce a hard date soon.”

Based on his tweet, that puts Run The Jewels 4’s arrival anywhere between February and April.

“I can also say at this point RTJ4 is about 11 jams, it’s under 40 minutes and not a second is wasted,” El-P previously teased about the record on Twitter. “Hopefully that helps tide the curious over for a minute while we finish up. Big thanks to everyone waiting.”

See Run The Jewels’ Instagram announcement below and find tour dates on their website.


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