Korn are teasing a huge show for their debut album’s 30th anniversary

It looks like Korn are gearing up to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their self-titled debut album with an absolutely colossal headline gig…

Korn are teasing a huge show for their debut album’s 30th anniversary
Emily Carter

Update: The show has been announced! Watch the trailer now.

Original story: With the 30th anniversary of Korn’s self-titled debut on the horizon in October, the band have just teased what looks to be a truly huge headline show.

Taking to social media, the Bakersfield legends posted a video of the record’s iconic cover – with the number 30 in place of the band name in its usual spot. Of course, this isn’t necessarily enough to prove they’ll be playing live – but what has really caught the eye is the fact that promoters Live Nation and California’s BMO Stadium’s social accounts have also shared the very same teaser… so Korn playing their debut in full in front of thousands of fans in Los Angeles, then?!

It’s not yet clear if it’ll just be a big one-off, or if there’ll be an accompanying tour to boot. But we don’t have long to find out, anyway, because an announcement is set to be made later today (March 5).

Korn will be back in the UK this summer for several shows, including their biggest-ever headline date on this side of the pond.

Catch them at the following:


8 Scarborough Open Air Theatre
9 Halifax Live At The Piece Hall
11 London Gunnersbury Park

Get your tickets now.

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