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Judas Priest’s Rocktober Adventure

10:01 AM Wednesday 5/25/11 |   |

The legendary metal band brings its farewell tour to North America.

All good things come to an end. For Judas Priest, the exit light at the end of the tunnel began shining in December 2010 when the band announced it would rock the world one last time, slotting Europe for summer 2011 followed by a fall run through the U.S. and Canada.

The North America portion of the “Epitaph” tour begins at San Antonio’s AT&T Center Oct. 12. Other stops include Corpus Christi at Concrete Street Amphitheatre Oct. 14; Chula Vista, Calif., at the Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre Oct. 19; Los Angeles at the Gibson Amphitheatre at Universal CityWalk Oct. 25; Seattle’s WaMu Theatre Oct. 29; Vancouver, British Columbia, at Rogers Arena Oct. 30; Salt Lake City’s Maverik Center Nov. 4; Detroit’s Joe Louis Arena Nov. 13 and E. Rutherford, N.J., at the Izod Center Nov. 18.

Although the band announced the farewell tour in late 2010, original guitarist K.K. Downing retired from the group two months ago and was replaced by 31-year-old British axeman Richie Faulkner.

Addition dates to be announced. Visit JudasPriest.com for more information.


Comments

  1. Livewolf wrote:

    03:39 AM, Jun 01, 2011

    I saw Richie Faulkner live w/ Lauren Harris when she opened for Maiden & let me tell you, this guy is a monster!!  I agree that it's terrible that K.K. bailed, but you won't miss him as far as the music is concerned.  This guy can hold his own & then some.  

  2. Chelseafn wrote:

    05:55 PM, May 31, 2011

    Are you kidding me? You wont go see them because KK isnt with them but you would if Ripper was still with them? Im sorry without Rob singing that was the end of them. Now KK left. Ill miss him but its still Priest without him. Cant wait to see them for the last time!!! in Detroit!!!!!

  3. drummer1991 wrote:

    01:20 PM, May 29, 2011

    No KK Downing? Sorry will not pay for a band that has delivered the goods for years......now they have a "FairWell Tour" without a key member?. I have seen the boys in Chicago since 1978......sorry not this year!!

  4. 2under wrote:

    10:58 AM, May 29, 2011

    Alas, it's NOT Judas Priest without KK on guitar. R.I.P. Priest, you have had a great run. I will NOT be seeing you in Detroit..

  5. live concert freak wrote:

    06:13 AM, May 27, 2011

    How can one of the greatest metal bands do a farewell tour without KK Downing on guitar??? Do what ever it takes to persuade him to come out on the road with you for one last horrahh. Otherwise it will be another of the great bands want to be's like KISS is doing. KK please come back for the last goodbye!!  YOUR FANS WANT YOU AND DESERVE YOU!!!!!!!!!



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