Korn Shares The Rescheduled Dates For European Summer Tour In 2022
Nu metal band Korn announced the rescheduled tour dates for their European summer tour. It was shared that in between May and June 2022, the band would be back to perform in Europe from their Twitter account.
As you may know, On August 22, Korn revealed their upcoming album by performing a concert in the multiplayer game AdventureQuest 3D. Then, they released their thirteenth studio album ‘The Nothing’ on September 13, 2019. ‘The Nothing’ debuted at number eight on the US Billboard 200 and became the band’s one of the top 10 albums in the U.S.
Even though the band would start their new European tour in June 2021, like many artists and bands, Korn also decided to postpone their tour to 2020 due to the global pandemic. The tour will start on May 5, 2022, in Netherlands and Korn will travel to the Czech Republic, Slowakia, Poland, Germany, and Hungary with many more.
Lately, they announced these rescheduled European dates through their Twitter account. They reflected their gratefulness for the fans’ patience and highlighted the reason why they postponed the 2021 tour. Because they were trying to create safer concerts that were far away from coronavirus. After releasing the European tour dates, they also revealed the dates for Russia and Sweeden after telling the fans that they were released soon from their website.
Here’s what they shared:
“Europe – Our summer tour has been rescheduled to May/June 2022. Existing tickets will be honored for these new dates. Thank you for your patience, as we are working with promoters to create the safest experience for everyone to attend & have a great time: Kornofficial.com
Sweden and Russia show updates coming soon.”
You can see the tweets below.
Sweden and Russia show updates coming soon.
— Korn (@Korn) May 7, 2021
Click here to visit the band’s website for more.