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Slipknot Have Announced Even More 2020 Headline Dates

Iowa titans Slipknot have added even more dates to their packed touring schedule in 2020.

Next year is already set to be another huge one for Slipknot, with the Iowa titans bringing their epic Knotfest to the UK for the first time, as well as performing at their very own cruise in August.

Now, the metallers have added even more shows to their itinerary, announcing additional headline dates in Germany next summer. The band will be performing at Cologne’s Stadium on July 31 and Berlin’s Waldbühne on August 7 – following their three shows in Hamburg, Berlin and Dortmund in February as part of the We Are Not Your Kind Tour. Tickets for the new dates go on general sale at 10am from December 20 – don’t miss out!

It feels good to be coming back for an extensive tour of Europe and the UK,” frontman Corey Taylor previously said of the band’s 2020 plans. No matter how many times we come there, it always feels like we can never get enough, nor play all the cities we want to. But one thing’s for certain: the audiences are always some of the best in the world.”

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Catch Slipknot at the following dates in 2020:

January

14 Dublin, Ireland – 3Arena
16 Manchester, United Kingdom – Manchester Arena
17 Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom – Utilita Arena
18 Glasgow, United Kingdom – SSE Hydro
20 Sheffield, United Kingdom – Flydsa Arena
21 Nottingham, United Kingdom – Motorpoint Arena
22 Cardiff, United Kingdom – Motorpoint Arena
24 Birmingham, United Kingdom – Birmingham Arena
25 London, United Kingdom – The O2
28 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Ziggo Dome
29 Frankfurt, Germany – Festhalle
30 Paris, France – AccorHotels Arena

February

1 Luxembourg, Luxembourg – Rockhal
2 Lyon, France – Halle Tony Garnier
4 Budapest, Hungary – Sportarena
6 Lodz, Poland – Atlas Arena
8 Stuttgart, Germany – Hanns Martin Schleyer Halle
9 Munich, Germany – Olympiahalle
11 Milan, Italy – Mediolanum Forum
12 Zurich, Switzerland – Hallenstadion
14 Vienna, Austria – Stadthalle
16 Hamburg, Germany – Barclaycard Arena
17 Berlin, Germany – Mercedes-Benz Arena
18 Dortmund, Germany – Westfalenhalle
20 Copenhagen, Denmark – Royal Arena
21 Stockholm, Sweden – Ericsson Globe
22 Oslo, Norway – Telenor Arena
24 Helsinki, Finland – Hartwall Arena

March

20 Tokyo, Japan – Knotfest Japan*
21 Tokyo, Japan – Knotfest Japan*
24 Singapore – Singapore Rockfest*
27 Jakarta, Indonesia – Hammersonic Festival*
29 Manila, Phillipines – Amoranto Stadium

July

31 Cologne, Germany – Stadium

August

1 Wacken, Germany – Wacken Open Air*
7 Berlin, Germany – Waldbühne
10 Barcelona, Spain – Knotfest at Sea*
22 Milton Keynes, United Kingdom – Knotfest UK*

(* = festival show)

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Posted on December 18th 2019, 11:22a.m.
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