Korn have announced their Requiem Mass, a global event taking place on February 3 at 8pm PT, the eve of Requiem’s release.
Join the band in honoring the souls that have passed during these unprecedented times, with an intimate ceremony and epic live performance, music directed by Richard Gibbs (Queen of the Damned), unlike you’ve ever seen Korn before, at the Hollywood United Methodist Church in Los Angeles.
Only 300 tickets are available to attend this event, only two per person, and will be exclusively sold at Amoeba Music today, February 1, and will be first come first served. Tickets are non-transferable and will be registered to your name upon purchase.
The Requiem Mass will be live-streamed globally for all to experience, directly from the church to Korn’s YouTube channel, in real time and will be rebroadcast on Sunday, February 6 at 10AM PT for international markets.
To attend the event, all guests must wear appropriate black funeral attire and have proof of vaccination (per LA county mandate for indoor events). Korn masks will be provided. Guests are encouraged to bring a token or item of remembrance to honor a loved one who has passed to leave in the casket as part of the ceremony.
Korn also recently shared the second offering from Requiem, “Forgotten,” which arrived with a visualizer created by EFFIXX, who did the VFX work in the video for Korn’s first Requiem single “Start The Healing.”
Korn kicks off their 2022 arena tour, produced by Live Nation, on March 4 and will be accompanied by very special guests Chevelle and Code Orange on the 19-date junket.
Prior to their headline tour, Korn kicked off four nights with System Of A Down last night (January 31) in Phoenix followed by a stop in San Diego on February 1 and two sold-out shows in Los Angeles on February 4 and 5 at Banc Of California stadium.