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Judas Priest to stop in San Antonio on resurrected 50 Years of Heavy Metal tour

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Metal gods Judas Priest to stop in San Antonio on 2021 “50 Years of Heavy Metal” tour — for real, this time. - FACEBOOK / JUDAS PRIEST
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Metal gods and perennial Alamo City favorites Judas Priest are headed to San Antonio this fall.

The band has resurrected its 50 Years of Heavy Metal tour — albeit about a year late — and it's headed to Freeman Coliseum on Tuesday, October 12.

The group kiboshed its original 50th anniversary jaunt due to the pandemic, but it's now unveiled a two-month North American tour from early September to early November. The run will include shows rescheduled from last year — the SA stop is one — as well as newly added gigs.

As was the plan for last year, Swedish metalheads Sabaton are slated to open. 

Tickets are on sale now, but seats are still available.

$49.50-310, 8 p.m., Tuesday, October 12, Freeman Coliseum, 3201 E. Houston St., (210) 226-1177, freemancoliseum.com

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