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Korn Announce Rescheduled European Tour Dates For 2021

Korn have confirmed their return to Europe in May and June next year.

Having been unable to tour their latest album The Nothing in Europe since its release in September last year, Korn have now confirmed that they’ll finally be bringing the record across the pond in the summer of 2021.

The Bakersfield nu-metal titans were originally scheduled to hit several European arenas with Gojira in May and June 2020, as well as taking on Download Festival. However, coronavirus has obviously scrapped those plans, so the band have moved the tour back an entire year.

Read this: Jonathan Davis: “Every time I listen to The Nothing, I start crying”

Our European summer tour dates have been rescheduled to maintain the safety of our fans, crew, and venue staff,” Korn say. “All existing tickets will be honored for the rescheduled shows in May/June 2021. We look forward to returning next summer.⁣”

Catch them live at the following:

May 2021

28 Prague, Czech Republic @ Tipsport Arena⁣
29 Bratislava, Slovakia @ NTC Arena⁣
31 Warsaw, Poland @ Arena COS Torwar*⁣

June 2020

3 Budapest, Hungary @ Budapest Arena⁣
8 Amsterdam, Netherlands @ AFAS Live⁣
14 Berlin, Germany @ Verti Music Hall⁣
17 Stockholm, Sweden @ Gröna Lund⁣
⁣ ⁣
(⁣*Ticketholders for our previously scheduled show in Łódź will be able to swap tickets for the new Poland date in Warsaw at Arena COS Torwar. More information will be emailed to you directly.⁣)

Korn 2021 European Tour

The news follows the rescheduling of Korn’s mega-shows in Los Angeles with System Of A Down and Faith No More, which take place at the Banc of California Stadium on Friday, May 21, and Saturday, May 22.

Read this: Korn’s 10 best music videos – ranked

Posted on May 28th 2020, 1:16pm
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