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Judas Priest

April 2
7 p.m.
$62.50
Metal, Rock

Judas Priest just released their most acclaimed album since 1990’s Painkiller, despite numerous obstacles, including guitarist Glenn Tipton’s Parkinson’s disease, which is preventing him from joining the British metal legends on tour.Firepower reunites Priest with their ’80s producer Tom Allom, who helps them recapture their essence, though frontman Rob Halford, recognizing the wear on his voice, wisely adjusts by singing in decidedly lower tones than he used to. With Saxon and Black Star Riders.