Korn coming to Indianola

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  1. Clonefan32

    Clonefan32 Well-Known Member

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    nice 3 great bands for an excellent price
     
  3. ISUAlum2002

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    The fiance's parents live right across the highway from the balloon field. Might just have to grill out and set up some lawn chairs and listen to the show.
     
  4. TheGovernator

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    Am I having a pipe dream in hoping that 3 Days Grace headlines or at least performs at Lazerfest one of these years? I know they came to Val Air 3 or so years ago and I've wanted to see them again. This lineup will do, I suppose, although I could live without Buckcherry.
     
  5. cmoneyr

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    Did I get transported back to 1997 and not realize it?
     
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  6. Cyclonick182

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    Definately gonna have to look into some tickets! So long as they stick to older stuff like Follow the Leader.
     
  7. ozzie8

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    For the most part, they do. Saw them at Family Values a couple years ago and they still got after it. Should be a good show.
     
  8. TedFlintKansas

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    This made my day, I love Korn and saw Buck Cherry at lazerfest a few years ago and they were great
     
  9. Cyclone62

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    I didn't know Korn was still relevant. I guess they really aren't anymore, but I was surprised to see them headlining.
     
  10. ornryactor

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    FWIW, I'm not a big fan of the style of music that makes up Lazerfest, but I saw Saliva at VEISHEA a couple years ago, and they put on a GREAT show. Really, really good performers, and a fun concert to be at. That was by far the best concert that year.
     
  11. Jeremy

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    I saw Korn in their prime (around 1999) with Rob Zombie - that was a very interesting show to say the least:smile:
     
  12. CycloneErik

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    I wouldn't even know there was a band named Korn if it wasn't for one of my former Taekwondo students in Indianola. He had their initials tattooed on his knuckles.
     
  13. Clonefan32

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    They haven't been relevant in a few years...and I think thats what makes me excited. They hopefully will just play old stuff...which is exactly what I want. Can't be the ticket price...and being from Indianola I can get hammered and show up just about in time for Buckcherry and Korn.
     
  14. jtaconutz

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    What about the Urge, bring back the Urge!
     
  15. Cyclonick182

    Cyclonick182 Well-Known Member

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    Most older bands arent still relevant, doesn't mean it wont be a good show.
     
  16. acrozier22

    acrozier22 Well-Known Member

    Korn was awesome.....10 years ago.
     
  17. HOTDON

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    Think he'll regret that move? I'm picturing myself trying not to laugh out loud at a 50 year old with KISS tattooed across his knuckles. That's what he has to look forward too. :biglaugh:
     
  18. CycloneErik

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    I wouldn't say that thinking things through was his strongest attribute. Nice enough kid, but not looking at the future very well.

    So yeah, I think he'll regret it. Not sure how he'll explain that to his own kids when he has them.
     

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