Megadeth Announce North American Summer Tour

04-19-2017
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(hennemusic) Megadeth have announced that they will be launching a summer tour of North America that will feature support from Meshuggah, TesseracT and Lillake and revealed the initial dates for the trek.

The outing will be beginning in Big Flats, NY on June 23rd and the trash legends are embarking on the tour in support of their 2016 album release, "Dystopia."

The band has revealed the first three weeks of the summer trek, which will also see Megadeth perform at a series of festivals including Quebec's Amnesia Rockfest, Wisconsin's Rock USA and Rock Fest, and Chicago Open Air.

More dates will be announced shortly. Megadeth will follow the summer shows with a rare opening slot on a fall North American tour with the Scorpions. Read more here.

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