Slipknot has announced another edition of their popular Knotfest events, this time for Los Angeles this fall. Taking place at Banc of California Stadium on Friday November 5th, Knotfest Los Angeles will see Slipknot performing at this stadium for the first time, The band will headline along with Bring Me The Horizon, Killswitch Engage, Fever 333, Code Orange, Vended and Special Guests – Cherry Bombs. This joins their already announced Knotfest Iowa event for September. Pre-Sales go live to their Outside The 9 & Knotfest Subscribers tomorrow at the links below.
Slipknot has announced a run of summertime headline tour dates and festival appearances for 2021. This is on top of their previously booked dates in June, tours in other regions, and Knotfest Brasil, Knotfest Bogota, and Knotfest Chile dates. The trek includes a headline date at Wacken Open Air, the biggest metal festival in the world. The tour dates begin on July 16 at Moscow, Russia’s Park Live Festival and end on August 19 at Charleville-Mézières, France’s Cabaret Vert Festival. Tickets are on sale now at this link below.
Due to the ongoing global pandemic, Slipknot has postponed Knotfest Japan a second time, from 2021 to 2022. This original cancelation also affected the bands’ planned headline tour of Asia, Knotfest Roadshow. The new show dates are as follows: Knotfest Japan 2022 Roadshow: April 9th (Saturday) 2022 / Festival: April 10th (Sunday) 2022 Venue: Makuhari Messe International Exhibition Hall 9-11. Slipknot and Japanese promoter Hayashi International Promotion (H.I.P.) released the following statement:
Slipknot has announced they have added to their already legendary Knotfest brand with the first-ever Knotfest Brazil which will take place at Sambódromo do Anhembi in São Paulo, on December 19th 2021. More than just a festival, Knotfest is an event that celebrates all cultural aspects of heavy music. Knotfest is a gathering of the biggest and heaviest bands in the world, a phenomenon created by the multi-platinum Slipknot. Launched in 2012, the festival established itself in the United States and has consistently expanded its offerings across the globe, with events in Japan, Mexico, Colombia and France. Tickets will be available from 10am Brasilia Standard Time on Thursday, November 26th at this link:
Slipknot is teasing 2021 South American versions of its popular Knotfest series and all their events such as canceled all of its previously announced summer 2020 tour dates, including the Knotfest Roadshow, Knotfest UK, and Knotfest At Sea, that was postponed in 2020 due to the pandemic. You can watch the teaser below, and the band advises following their branded Instagram handles at @KnotfestChile @KnotfestCo, and @KnotfestBrasil for further updates. Knotfest started a sole event in Iowa, expanded and grew to other locales such Ozzfest Meets Knotfest in California, Japan, Mexico and Colombia, as well as 2019’s debut collaboration with French destination festival Hellfest for Knotfest Meets Hellfest. The band even turned their website for all things Knotfest into a multimedia and metal culture hub for livestreams, interviews, and custom merch in 2020 at https://www.knotfest.comContinue reading
Previously announced and much anticipated, Slipknot’s Knotfest at Sea metal cruise has now been totally canceled, after being initially only delayed until August 2021. The band made an announcement to social media that the cruise would now be canceled due to logistical issues. All currently booked guests will receive a full refund. While there are no immediate plans for Knotfest at Sea to take place as of now, the band hopes to revisit the idea” in the future”. To follow their future plans, they encourage fans to stay connected via their mailing list below. The debut edition Knotfest at Sea cruise was to set sail August 10-14 from Barcelona, Spain to Naples, Italy and included over 40 different shows & intimate onboard experiences across 5 stages. All shows & food are included. Flexible payment options are available. They finally announced their debut lineup and it’s a banger! Along with two headline sets by Slipknot, multiple performances were expected from Anthrax, Behemoth, DevilDriver, Sevendust, Skindred, Ho99o9, Higher Power, Sleep Token, and more to be announced! Book your cabin at the link below now!
Matt and Curtis talk more about being Omnipresent and the theory of The Power Of Massive Action. Dumb and Dumbest Episode #428 is streaming now and it’s all about The Power Of Massive Action! Dumb and Dumbest is hosted by Matt Bacon (Dropout Media, Ripple Music, Prophecy Productions), Publicist Curtis Dewar (Dewar PR), and Keith Chachkes (Ghost Cult Magazine/BDWE Media). In addition to the podcast, Matt, Curtis, and Keith all host The Music Marketing Challenges: low-cost, super high-value private training to bands and artists. DM Matt, Keefy or Curtis at the links below for details
Matt and Keefy talk Slipknot and their fascinating pivot with Knotfest.com into a metalhead lifestyle, live streaming, and band interviews website. Dumb and Dumbest Episode #427 is streaming now and it’s all about Slipknot’s Knotfest.com Is a New Website Now! Dumb and Dumbest is hosted by Matt Bacon (Dropout Media, Ripple Music, Prophecy Productions), Publicist Curtis Dewar (Dewar PR), and Keith Chachkes (Ghost Cult Magazine/BDWE Media). In addition to the podcast, Matt, Curtis, and Keith all host The Music Marketing Challenges: low-cost, super high-value private training to bands and artists. DM Matt, Keefy or Curtis at the links below for details
Slipknot had previously announced that they were moving all of their 2020 tour dates to 2021, including their tour of Southeast Asia. Now they have announced the rescheduled dates for next January, including Knotfest Japan, Singapore ROCK FEST, Amoranto Stadium and Hammersonic Festival. Get tickets and information for current 2020 ticket holders at the link below.
In a new interview with Eddie Trunk on SiriusXM’s “Trunk Nation’, Corey Taylor of Slipknot has revealed that the band has moved all of their 2020 tour dates to 2021, due to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. As transcribed by Blabbermouth.net “This whole year was booked, and some stuff that hadn’t necessarily been announced…,” he said during an appearance on yesterday’s (Wednesday, June 3) episode of “We had two shed tours [booked] — we hadn’t even announced the second leg of it, which was gonna be later in the fall. So right now, we’ve basically moved everything until next year. Everything is just basically being picked up and moved — same time next year. Because to us, we’re not canceling — we’re just postponing. Once everything settles down and everybody is able to catch their breath and everything, and everybody feels good, and hopefully, there’s been some progress made as far as a vaccine or whatnot, once the tentative fear goes away, everyone’s gonna be barking to go to shows. And that’s when we’re gonna be ready to go again. So, yeah, we just basically moved everything to next year.” Last month, Slipknot canceled all of its previously announced summer 2020 tour dates, including the Knotfest Roadshow, Knotfest UK and Knotfest At Sea, due to the coronavirus crisis.Continue reading