Pantera have added another 2022 live date to their calendar. The re-formed metal titans — now comprised of core members Philip Anselmo and Rex Brown, plus new recruits/old friends Zakk Wylde and Charlie Benante — will perform a co-headlining show with Judas Priest in São Paulo, Brazil, on December 15th.
The gig will mark Pantera's sixth show that's currently scheduled for 2022, all of which are set to go down in either Mexico or South America this coming December.
As previously announced, Pantera will play what is currently lined up to be their first re-formation show, on December 2nd at Mexico's Hell & Heaven Metal Fest, alongside the Scorpions, Meshuggah, Arch Enemy and Cradle of Filth. On December 6th they'll perform at the Monterey Metal Fest in Monterey Mexico, alongside Judas Priest, Mercyful Fate and Behemoth.
Later in December, Pantera are scheduled to perform at Knotfest's three South American installments, in Colombia, Chile and Brasil. Knotfest Colombia will go down on Friday, December 9th at Campin Circuit of Bogotá; Knotfest Chile, on Sunday, December 11th at Estadio Monumental in Santiago; and Knotfest Brasil, Sunday, December 18th at Sambódromo do Anhembi in São Paulo.