KORN (and ZOMBIE) Pull Out Of L.A. Gig, Plan Dates Elsewhere

KORN and ROB ZOMBIE will not perform during the Concerts for Artist Rights on February 26th in the Los Angeles area, contrary to prior reports. According to a spokesperson for the multi-venue event, both of the above-mentioned acts were previously announced only as part of a "preliminary schedule" and have since indicated that they would not be available to take part in the evening, which will benefit musician advocacy group the Recording Artists Coalition. In related news, KORN are rumored to be playing a show at Palais Omnisports in Paris, France on May 30th. Meanwhile, the group's Central/South American touring schedule is shaping up as follows:

Mar. 02 - Mexico City, MEX Foro Sol (w/LINKIN PARK)
Mar. 04 – Gudalajara, MEX @ TBA
Mar. 05 – Monterrey, MEX @ TBA
Mar. 09 - Santiago, CHL @ Pista Atletica
Mar. 11 - Sao Paulo, BRA @ CrediCard Hall
Mar. 12 - Sao Paulo, BRA @ CrediCard Hall
Mar. 14 - Caracas, VEN @ Illusion Amphitheatre (w/PAPA ROACH)


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