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The trio of legendary hard rock outfits will join forces for a massive one-off concert at Los Angeles’ Banc of California Stadium on May 22nd, 2020. Update: Due to “overwhelming demand,” a second show has been added at the Banc of California Stadium for May 23rd.
Tickets to both shows go on sale Friday, February 7th at 10:00 a.m. PST. You can purchase tickets here.
The upcoming dates mark Faith No More’s first confirmed US performance in five years. The Mike Patton-led outfit previously announced a run of European shows for this summer.
System of a Down are also playing a number of European shows this year, but like Faith No More, as of now the Banc of California shows mark the only opportunity to see the band in the US this year.
As for Korn, they’re currently on a winter North American tour with Breaking Benjamin, and will also be hitting the European festival circuit in June and July. The dates come in support of their latest studio album, The Nothing, which was released in September 2019.
Arriving May 22 at @BancStadium. Joined by @Korn, @FaithNoMore, @Helmetmusic and @RussianCircles. Reserve your tickets this Friday, February 7th at 10AM PT. https://t.co/Qrk8nXkvlf pic.twitter.com/9PBnawcFcC
— System Of A Down (@systemofadown) February 3, 2020
Due to overwhelming demand, we’re taking over Banc of California Stadium both Friday, 5/22 and Saturday, 5/23. General on-sale for each night: Tomorrow, 2/7, at 10AM PT. https://t.co/HeUhiLu71K. pic.twitter.com/xPj7WkjvUb
— System Of A Down (@systemofadown) February 6, 2020
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