How To Find Cheap Judas Priest Tickets + Rescheduled 2021 Tour Dates

Judas Priest has announced rescheduled dates for their 50th anniversary tour. The tour will now kick off September 13th in Charlotte, North Carolina and closes out on October 30th in Ledyard, Connecticut.

Classic rock legends Judas Priest will embark on the 14-date trek throughout the fall. They will be accompanied by Sabaton. Judas Priest will use the tour to celebrate their 50th anniversary. “Judas Priest are primed and ready to deliver the goods with our 50 Heavy Metal Years anniversary celebration stage show spectacular,” stated the band in a press release. “Performing a blistering cross-section of songs from our lives in metal — we can’t wait to raise horns with you again at this once in a metal lifetime event!”

Where To Buy Judas Priest 2021 Tour Tickets

Primary market face-value tickets are available through Ticketmaster.

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How Much Are Judas Priest 2021 Tour Tickets

On the secondary market, ticket prices for some of the higher demand shows start near $200. For example, the opener on September 9th in Oxon Hill starts at $173, the October 6th show in San Antonio starts at $199, while the closing show on October 17th in Las Vegas starts at $173. For most other dates on the tour, get-in prices range from $140 to $145 on the secondary market. 

Judas Priest 2021 Tour Dates

SEP 13, 2021 - Charlotte, NC, US (Rescheduled from September 17, 2020)
SEP 17, 2021 - Youngstown, OH, US (Rescheduled from September 24, 2020)
SEP 22, 2021 - Milwaukee, WI, US (Rescheduled from September 29, 2020)
SEP 25, 2021 - Maryland Heights, Missouri, US (Rescheduled from September 30, 2020)
SEP 29, 2021 - Denver, CO, US (16+ Event, Rescheduled from October 9, 2020)
OCT 6, 2021 - Los Angeles, CA, US (Rescheduled from October 15, 2020)
OCT 8, 2021 - Las Vegas, NV, US (Rescheduled from October 17, 2020)
OCT 9, 2021 - Phoenix, AZ, US (Rescheduled from October 13, 2020)
OCT 12, 2021 - San Antonio, TX, US  (Rescheduled from October 6, 2020)
OCT 13, 2021 - Cedar Park, TX, US (Rescheduled from October 5, 2020)
OCT 15, 2021 - Irving, TX, US (Rescheduled from October 3, 2020)
OCT 16, 2021 - Oklahoma City, OK, US (Rescheduled from October 2, 2020)
OCT 28, 2021 - Oxon Hill, MD, US (Rescheduled from September 9, 2020)
OCT 30, 2021 - Ledyard, CT, US

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