Korn & Limp Bizkit are set to hit the road for their first UK tour together since 1997. The epic co-headline arena tour will head to Cardiff on 18 December.
With a staggering 75 million album sales between them, Korn and Limp Bizkit blazed a trail across the late nineties that has endured to this day and changed the face of popular culture forever.
With co-headline tours such as 1999’s Family Values becoming the stuff of legend, they garnered a reputation of being two of the most exciting, controversial and formidable live bands in the world, a legacy that is still as true today as it was nearly twenty years ago.
Now, in 2016, with their sonic influence on young bands being more prevalent than ever, two of metal’s most important and prevailing acts will be co-headlining arenas across the UK together once again, a phenomenal occurrence that hasn’t happened for nearly 2 decades.
Speaking on their impending reunion with co-headliners Korn and their return to the UK, Limp Bizkit frontman, Fred Durst said: “You may have experienced a lot of cool concerts in your life, but I can guarantee you that an evening with Korn and Limp Bizkit will always and forever be your favorite. No one brings the party harder, heavier, and more exciting than us. No one! And... make sure you get plenty of rest the night before. It's time to bring it back!”
This is a phenomenally special opportunity to catch two of rock’s most incendiary acts touring together for the first time in nearly two decades.