Ministry have rescheduled the July and August dates of the upcoming Industrial Strength Tour that is now set for Spring 2021.
Due to the restrictions in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ministry have announced the rescheduled dates which were originally slated to begin on July 1. The tour is now set to kick off on March 31, 2021 in Seattle and will run through until May 1, 2021 where it will wrap in San Francisco. They will be hitting all of the markets which they have previously announced, as well as adding an additional date in Salt Lake City.
The tour is set to be a celebration for the 30th anniversary of Ministry’s The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste album. The special guests for the tour will still be KMFDM and Front Line Assembly, as originally planned for the 2020 dates.
Make sure to keep old of your tickets as they will still be honored for the new dates in 2021. Alternatively, you can request a refund if you would prefer. Tickets for the Dallas show have been automatically refunded, so you will need to buy tickets for the new date if you wish to attend.
After announcing the tour back in January, many of the shows have already sold out. If you want to plan ahead to make 2021 your year of live music, you’ll need to make sure you secure your tickets.
The full list of the newly scheduled 2021 dates can be found here: