These days while the COVID-19 plague still goes on, Korn has recently announced that the European summer tour dates for 2021 have been postponed to 2022.

The announcement was made through the band’s social media channels.

Announcing six dates’ postponement – Amsterdam, Prague, Bratislava, Warsaw, Berlin, and Budapest – the band stated that Russia and Sweden announcements will be arriving as soon as possible.

“Europe – Our summer tour dates have been rescheduled to May/June of 2022,” Korn wrote in the statement. “All existing tickets will be honored for these new dates. Thank you for your patience, as we are working with the promoters to create the safest experience for everyone to attend and have a great time. Link in bio. Sweden and Russia show updates coming soon.”

The recently announced 2022 Korn European summer tour dates can be seen below.

May 25 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Afas Live
May 27 – Prague, Czech Republic @ Tipsport Arena
May 28 – Bratislava, Slovakia @ NTC Arena 
May 31 – Warsaw, Poland @ Arena Cos Torwar
Jun 01 – Berlin, Germany @ Verti Music Hall
Jun 26 – Budapest, Hungary @ Budapest Arena

Korn released its thirteenth and latest studio album “The Nothing” on September 13, 2019, via Roadrunner and Electra Records.

In December 2020, the band’s guitarist Brian “Head” Welch excited fans for 2021 by mentioning upcoming stuff: “Me and my Korn brothers, man, that’s been the best thing in my life — to be back with them and to walk through the good and the bad times with them and create art together,” Welch said. “We just have such exciting things to come next year, and I’m so excited for that. 2021 is gonna be a year of greatness. It’s gonna be so, so amazing. Please let the shows happen – please.”

(image credit: Korn Twitter)