Ministry have rescheduled their U.S. tour in celebration of the 30th anniversary of their ‘The Mind Is a Terrible Thing to Taste’ album. A new set of dates has just been announced featuring special guests Melvins and Corrosion of Conformity. The run is now scheduled to begin in 2022; kicking-off on March 6 in Baltimore, Md. before wrappig up on April 18 in Seattle, Wash. The tour is mostly of the same cities and venues; and any changes have been noted in the complete listing of tour dates.
Ministry announced the change via Facebook: “Out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of the band, fans and venue staff, Ministry’s upcoming tour – scheduled to kick off in October – has been moved to March and April 2022. (the) Melvins and Corrosion Of Conformity will now appear on all show dates as the tour’s special guests. Each show date will celebrate 30 years of Ministry’s landmark album The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste as well as debut new songs from the forthcoming 15th studio album Moral Hygiene, out October 1 via Nuclear Blast Records. Tickets are on sale now with the exception of the St Paul, Montclair and Huntington dates that will go on sale at 10 am local time on Friday, October 1.
Due to scheduling changes, some of the original show dates have regrettably been canceled as some venues are not available for this updated time period; as well, some new show dates have been added. All tickets will be transferred to the new dates.”
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