Zack de la Rocha Cancels Rage Against The Machine Tour


Zack de la Rocha has canceled Rage Against The Machine’s 2023 tour.

Rage Against the Machine drummer Brad Wilk recently took to his Instagram account and posted some pictures and it also featured U2 member Larry Mullen Jr. Here is what the caption read:
“A few recent tour pics. Loved seeing these guys.. So much love and respect for Larry Mullen Jr., @jaleezy(TVOR) and yeah that’s Franco Harris with a RATM pass on. 🙌🏼🤯”

Rage Against The Machine fans get refund

Rage Against The Machine recently called off the August and September 2022 European leg of the tour. It was recently noted that Leedsfest and Reading festival are refunding back the money for the Friday Ticket holders.

The Ticketmaster site noted: “We understand your disappointment that Rage Against The Machine can’t make it to Reading & Leeds this year, we’re hugely disappointed too but we hope to welcome both them and you to our legendary festival at some time in the future.

Whilst no refund is payable under the terms and conditions, in this instance only, as a gesture of goodwill, we would like to offer you a refund of the face value of the ticket price for your Day Ticket, providing your ticket was purchased via Ticketmaster; the official ticket agent and not via resale or any unofficial agent.”

The cancelation was forced and it comes a month after singer Zack De La Rocha appeared to injure his leg and had been performing while seated ever since. Zack has been performing while seated and the shows have gone off without a hitch, even though stagehands have had to carry the vocalist on and off the stage every night.

The band has not commented on Rocha’s injury and popular photographer Glen E. Friedman revealed on Friday, August 12 that a torn ACL is to blame for Zack’s continued issues with standing on his left leg.

The band kicked off its long-delayed “Public Service Announcement” tour on July 9 in front of roughly 30,000 fans at Alpine Valley Music Theatre in East Troy, Wisconsin. Their comeback tour features support from Run The Jewels. The current tour marks the first time the reunited rap-metal quartet has hit the road together since 2011.