Most of the tentative/unconfirmed dates have been released for The 2003 Metal Gods Tour, a multi-band package featuring HALFORD, co-headliners TESTAMENT, IMMORTAL, CARNAL FORGE, PRIMAL FEAR, PAINMUSEUM, and AMON AMARTH.
The dates are as follows:
Apr. 25 - Chicago, IL @ House Of Blues
Apr. 26 - Cleveland, OH @ The Agora
Apr. 27 - Detroit, MI @ TBA
Apr. 29 - Columbus, OH @ TBA
Apr. 30 - Cincinnati, OH @ TBA
May 02 - New York, NY @ TBA
May 03 - New York, NY @ TBA
May 04 - Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
May 06 – Montreal, QUE @ Metropolis
May 07 – Toronto, ONT @ TBA
May 09 - Hartford, CT @ TBA
May 10 - Washington, DC @ TBA
May 11 - Philadelphia, PA @ Trocadero
May 13 - Raleigh, NC @ TBA
May 14 - Atlanta, GA @ TBA
May 16 - Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ TBA
May 17 - Tampa, FL @ TBA
May 18 - Orlando, FL @ TBA
May 20 - New Orleans, LA @ TBA
May 21 - Houston, TX @ TBA
May 23 - San Antonio, TX @ TBA
May 24 - Dallas, TX @ TBA
More dates will be announced soon. The trek, which will mark Rob Halford's first full-length tour of North America in nearly three years, is set to wrap up on the west coast by mid-June.
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