Earlier this summer El Paso rockers went off the chain about a concert announcement. El Pasoans rejoiced back in June when they heard about Powerman 5000 coming to town. As we're quickly approaching Monday, October 4, it is unfortunate that Powerman 5000 won't be coming to El Paso anymore.

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But don't worry it isn't just El Paso, in fact, the entire U.S. tour has been rescheduled. If this is the first you hear of this bumming news, sorry to rain on your parade. If you click here, you will notice the event date has been changed on Facebook for next year.

But hey, don't fret because Butcher Babies will still be rocking the borderland Monday, October 4 at the Rockhouse Dive Bar Kitchen Venue. Tagging along on the tour that you will also get to enjoy at the Rockhouse Dive Bar Kitchen Venue will be Infected Rain and Stitched Up Heart. So get your eyes and ears ready for this coming Monday's lineup.

But as for Powerman 5000 rescheduling tour dates, we now have another concert to look forward to. The PRP shared the updated tour dates that were set for Powerman 5000's concert next year. The concert for El Paso, Texas has been rescheduled from Monday, October 4 to April 4, 2022.

Luckily Powerman 5000 will still be performing at the original location, Rockhouse Dive Bar Kitchen Venue. But if we can get through a year without concerts, we can do it again. So, cheers to starting another rescheduled tour date and let the countdown begin, El Paso.

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