List of Korn tours

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This page is a record of all past Korn tours, as well as new dates as they are announced.

  • 1 1993 Dates
  • 2 1994 Dates
  • 3.1 SICK OF IT ALL,  with Orange 9MM (incomplete)
  • 3.2 DANZIG 4 TOUR with Marilyn Manson (Supporting) (* headlining)
  • 3.3 311 CLUB TOUR
  • 3.4 MEGADETH'S RECKONING DAY TOUR   [POSTER ] with Fear Factory, Flotsam & Jetsom (Supporting)
  • 3.5 IN YOUR FACE U.S. TOUR -  [POSTER ] with KMFDM and God Lives Underwater
  • 3.6 FALL TOUR with Monster Magnet and Grotus
  • 4.1 OZZY'S RETIREMENT SUCKS TOUR  with  Sugar Ray and Life Of Agony (Supporting) (* headlining)
  • 4.2 With Deftones 
  • 4.3 With Dimestore Hoods and Cradle Of Thorns
  • 4.4 EARLY LIFE IS PEACHY SHOWS
  • 4.5 1996 EUROPEAN TOUR
  • 4.6 LIFE IS PEACHY TOUR '96 with Limp Bizkit, Delinquint Habits, The Urge and The Pharcyde
  • 4.7 METALLICA'S POOR TOURING ME U.S.A.  (Supporting)
  • 5.1 METALLICA'S POOR TOURING ME U.S.A.  (Supporting)
  • 5.2 1997 EUROPEAN TOUR (1ST LEG)  with The Urge and Incubus
  • 5.3 LIFE IS PEACHY TOUR '97  with Limp Bizkit and Helmet
  • 5.4 AUSTRALIAN DATES
  • 5.5 1997 EUROPEAN TOUR (2ND LEG)  with Limp Bizkit and Helmet
  • 5.6 LOLLAPALOOZA '97  with Jane's Addiction, Tool, Snoop Dogg, Tricky and Prodigy

1993 Dates [ ]

09.04.93 - Club 5902, Huntington Beach, CA -  [FLYER ]- 09.18.93 - The Phoenix Theater, Pentaluma, CA -  [FLYER ] 09.24.93 - U.C.R. Barn, Riverside, CA -  [FLYER ] 10.10.93 - Club 5902, Huntington Beach, CA 10.18.93 - Club 5902, Huntington Beach, CA  [LIVE SHOW ] 10.30.93 - Club 5902, Huntington Beach, CA -  [FLYER ]  [LIVE SHOW ]

1994 Dates [ ]

04.01.94 - Shrine Expo Hall, Los Angeles, CA -  [POSTER ] 04.02.94 - GWC Amphitheatre, Huntington Beach, CA - CANCELLED 06.13.94 - The Roxy, Hollywood, CA  [LIVE SHOW ] 08.11.94 - World Beat Center, San Diego, CA -  [POSTER ] 09.09.94 - Foundations Forum '94, Burbank, CA

Neighbors of the Beast Tour,  with House of Pain and Biohazard (incomplete)

09.18.94 - The Masquerade, Atlanta, GA

09.19.94 - Flood Zone, Richmond, VA

09.20.94 - The Boathouse, Norfolk, VA 09.22.94 - Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

09.23.94 - The Stone Pony, Asbury Park, NJ 09.24.94 - Tower Theatre, Upper Darby, PA

09.25.94 - Michael's 8th Avenue, Glen Burnie, MD 09.26.94 - Roseland Ballroom, New York, NY

09.27.94 - Roseland Ballroom, New York, NY 09.28.94 - The Strand, Providence, RI 09.29.94 - Metropolis, Montreal, Canada 10.01.94 - State Theatre, Detroit, MI - CANCELLED 10.02.94 - Riviera Theatre, Chicago, IL

10.04.94 - Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO

10.05.94 - State Fairgrounds Coliseum, Salt Lake City, UT 10.07.94 - The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA

10.08.94 - Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA

10.20.94 - Dream Street, San Diego, CA 10.21.94 - Club 369, Fullerton, CA 10.31.94 - KNAC Costume Ball '94, Los Angeles, CA 12.03.94 - Cactus Club, San Jose, CA  [LIVE SHOW ]

1995 Dates [ ]

Sick of it all,  with orange 9mm (incomplete) [ ].

02.10.95 - The Nile, Mesa, AZ

02.11.95 - The Seapot, Long Beach, CA

02.12.95 - Dream Street, San Diego, CA

02.18.95 - New Orleans, LA - w/ Bad Religion at Tipitina's 02.20.95 - The Ranch, Augusta, GA

02.21.95 - Somber Reptile, Atlanta, GA

02.22.95 - Milk Bar, Jacksonville, FL

02.23.95 - Stone Lounge, Tampa, FL 02.24.95 - Urban Art Bar, Houston, TX -  [POSTER ] 02.26.95 - The Engine Room, Fort Worth, TX  [LIVE SHOW ] 02.27.95 - Wacky's, San Antonio, TX

03.01.95 - Downtown, Tucson, AZ

03.02.95 - The Palace, Los Angeles, CA

03.04.95 - The Tunnel, Orange County, CA

03.05.95 - Soma, San Diego, CA 03.08.95 - Cactus Club, San Jose, CA 03.09.95 - Cattle Club, Sacramento, CA 03.10.95 - Berkeley Square, Berkeley, CA

03.12.95 - The Palladium, Hollywood, CA

03.14.95 - La Luna, Portland, OR

03.16.95 - State Fair Park, Salt Lake City, UT 03.17.95 - Ogden Theater, Denver, CO

03.19.95 - Pomp Room, Sioux Falls, SD

03.21.95 - First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 03.22.95 - The Rave, Milwaukee, WI

03.23.95 - Metro, Chicago, IL

DANZIG 4 TOUR with Marilyn Manson (Supporting) (* headlining) [ ]

03.24.95 - Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA 03.25.95 - The Palace, Los Angeles, CA 03.26.95 - Starlight Bowl, San Diego, CA 03.27.95 - The Palace, Hollywood, CA * 03.28.95 - Huntridge Theatre, Las Vegas, NV 03.30.95 - Auditorium, Colorado Springs, CO 04.01.95 - Convention Center, Albuquerque, NM 04.02.95 - County Coliseum, El Paso, TX 04.04.95 - Austin Coliseum, Austin, TX -  [POSTER ] 04.05.95 - Johnnyland, Corpus Christi, TX 04.07.95 - American Theatre, St. Louis, MO 04.08.95 - Memorial Hall, Kansas City, MO 04.10.95 - Mancuso Hall, Omaha, NE 04.11.95 - The Pomp Room, Sioux Falls, SD 04.13.95 - Civic Memorial Auditorium, Fargo, ND 04.14.95 - Roy Wilkens Auditorium, St. Paul, MN 04.15.95 - Palmer Auditorium, Davenport, IA 04.17.95 - Madison Theatre, Peoria, IL 04.18.95 - Newport Music Hall, Columbus, OH 04.19.95 - Wings Stadium, Kalamazoo, MI 04.21.95 - Michigan State Theatre, Detroit, MI 04.22.95 - Louisville Gardens, Louisville, KY 04.23.95 - James A. Rhodes Arena, Akron, OH -  [POSTER ] 04.25.95 - Utica War Memorial, Utica, NY 04.26.95 - Count Basie Theatre, Red Bank, NJ 04.27.95 - Coney Island High, New York, NY * 04.28.95 - Sting Ballroom, New Britain, CT 04.29.95 - FM Kirby Center, Wilkes Barre, PA 04.30.95 - Golden Dome, Pittsburgh, PA 05.02.95 - The Boathouse, Norfolk, VA 05.03.95 - Headroom, Myrtle Beach, SC 05.05.95 - Ritz Capri Theatre, Charlotte, NC 05.06.95 - Sloss Furnaces, Birmingham, AL 05.07.95 - Electric Ballroom, Knoxville, TN  [LIVE SHOW ] 05.08.95 - Civic Center, Augusta, GA 05.09.95 - Spinnakers, Panama City, FL 05.10.95 - The Edge, Jacksonville, FL 05.12.95 - Sunrise Music Theatre, Miami, FL 05.13.95 - Expo Center, Tampa, FL 05.14.95 - Edge Field, Orlando, FL 05.16.95 - The Point, Atlanta, GA 05.17.95 - The Nick, Birmingham, AL 05.19.95 - The Ikon, Tulsa, OK

311 CLUB TOUR [ ]

05.23.95 - Berkeley Square, Berkeley, CA 05.24.95 - Great Am Music Hall, San Francisco, CA 05.25.95 - The Edge, Palo Alto, CA 05.26.95 - Empire Ballroom, Costa Mesa, CA 05.27.95 - Ivy Outdoor Auditorium, Santa Barbara, CA 05.28.95 - SOMA, San Diego, CA 05.29.95 - Vet's Hall, San Luis Obispo, CA 05.31.95 - The Rock, Tuscon, AZ 06.01.95 - Club 101, El Paso, TX 06.02.95 - El Rey Theatre, Albuquerque, NM 06.03.95 - Club Rio, Tempe, AZ 06.04.95 - Chandler, AZ 06.05.95 - Mercury Cafe, Denver, CO 06.06.95 - DV8, Salt Lake City, UT 06.07.95 - Filling Station, Bozeman, MT 06.08.95 - Crazy Horse, Boise, ID 06.09.95 - La Luna, Portland, OR 06.10.95 - Sailors of Union Pac Hall, Seattle, WA 06.11.95 - The Starfish Room, Vancouver, BC 06.13.95 - Cattle Club, Sacramento, CA - CANCELLED

HEADLINING TOUR w/Sugar Ray, Lordz of Brooklyn

06.16.95 - Metro, Chicago, IL 06.17.95 - Rick's American Cafe, Ann Arbor, MI 06.18.95 - Main Event, Toledo, OH 06.21.95 - Maxwell's, Hoboken, NJ 06.22.95 - Saratoga Winners, Albany, NY 06.23.95 - El N Gee, New London, CT 06.24.95 - Axis, Boston, MA 06.26.95 - J.C. Dobbs, Philadelphia, PA 06.27.95 - Irving Plaza, New York, NY 06.28.95 - Black Cat, Washington, DC 06.30.95 - The Zoo, Savannah, GA 07.01.95 - Masquerade, Atlanta, GA

MEGADETH'S RECKONING DAY TOUR   [POSTER ] with Fear Factory, Flotsam & Jetsom (Supporting) [ ]

07.12.95 - The Strand, Providence, RI 07.13.95 - Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY 07.14.95 - Molson Amphitheatre, Toronto, ON 07.15.95 - Air Strip, Cheektowaga, NY 07.16.95 - Newport Music Hall, Columbus, OH 07.18.95 - Bogart's, Cincinnati, OH 07.19.95 - Star Lake Amphitheatre, Pittsburgh, PA 07.20.95 - Nautica Pavilion, Cleveland, OH 07.21.95 - Pine Knob Amphitheatre, Clarkston, MI 07.22.95 - Pine Knob Amphitheatre, Clarkston, MI 07.23.95 - Wings Stadium, Kalamazoo, MI 07.24.95 - Deer Creek Music Center, Noblesville, IN 07.26.95 - Louisville Palace Theatre, Louisville, KY 07.27.95 - Riviera Theater, Chicago, IL 07.28.95 - Eagles Ballroom, Milwaukee, WI 07.29.95 - Trout Air Amphitheatre, Forest Lake, MN 07.30.95 - Municipal Auditorium, Sioux Falls, SD 08.01.95 - Palmer Auditorium, Davenport, IA 08.02.95 - Prarie Capitol Convention Center, Springfield, IL 08.03.95 - Joplin Memorial Hall, Joplin, MO 08.04.95 - American Theatre, St. Louis, MO 08.05.95 - Kitsap Bowl (Endfest), Seattle, WA 08.07.95 - Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, CO -  [POSTER ] 08.09.95 - Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA 08.10.95 - Wilson Theater, Fresno, CA 08.11.95 - Star of Desert Arena, Primm, NV 08.12.95 - Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA 08.13.95 - Compton Terrace, Phoenix, AZ 08.16.95 - Sunken Gardens, San Antonio, TX 08.17.95 - Johnnyland, Corpus Christi, TX 08.18.95 - Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, The Woodlands, TX 08.19.95 - River Parks Amphitheater, Tulsa, OK 08.20.95 - Bomb Factory, Dallas, TX 08.22.95 - State Palace, New Orleans, LA -  [POSTER ] 08.23.95 - Bayfront Auditorium, Pensacola, FL 08.25.95 - UCF Arena, Orlando, FL 08.26.95 - Bayfront Park, Miami, FL 08.27.95 - Florida State Fairgrounds Expo Hall, Tampa, FL

09.02.95 - Phoenix Plaza, Pontiac, Mi

09.03.95 - Main Event, Toledo, OH

09.06.95 - The Limelight, New York, NY 09.13.95 - Washington, DC

09.15.95 - Babyhead, Providence, RI

EUROPEAN SHOWS with Primus (incomplete schedule)

09.16.95 - Rock City, Nottingham, UK 09.18.95 - Nighttown, Rotterdam, Netherlands 09.19.95 - Noorderligt, Tilburg, Holland 09.20.95 - Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands 09.21.95 - Botanique, Brussels, Belgium

IN YOUR FACE U.S. TOUR -  [POSTER ] with KMFDM and God Lives Underwater [ ]

09.24.95 - U-Fest, Desert Sky Pavilion, Phoenix, AZ 09.25.95 - El Dorado Theater, Sacramento, CA 09.26.95 - Roseland Theater, Portland, OR -  [POSTER ] 09.27.95 - DV8, Seattle, WA 09.28.95 - The Rage, Vancouver, BC 09.30.95 - Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA 10.01.95 - Easy Street, Reno, NV 10.02.95 - Saltair Pavilion, Magna, UT 10.03.95 - Paramount Theatre, Denver, CO 10.05.95 - American Theatre, St. Louis, MO 10.06.95 - Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL 10.07.95 - The Rave, Milwaukee, WI 10.09.95 - Barrymore Theatre, Madison, WI 10.10.95 - State Theatre, Detroit, MI -  [POSTER ] 10.14.95 - Odeon Concert Club, Cleveland, OH 10.15.95 - Lakewood Civic Auditorium, Lakewood, OH 10.16.95 - Water Street Music Hall, Rochester, NY 10.18.95 - Roseland Ballroom, New York, NY 10.20.95 - Hammerjacks, Baltimore, MD 10.21.95 - The Boathouse, Norfolk, VA

EUROPEAN SHOWS with Paw, Scheer 10.27.95 - LA2, London, UK 10.29.95 - Arapaho, Paris, France 10.30.95 - Nachtleben, Frankfurt, Germany 10.31.95 - Strom, Munich, Germany 11.01.95 - Trash, Berlin, Germany 11.02.95 - Markthalle, Hamburg, Germany 11.03.95 - Zeche Carl, Essen, Germany 11.04.95 - Cockpit, Leeds, UK 11.05.95 - Boardwalk, Manchester, UK

FALL TOUR with Monster Magnet and Grotus [ ]

11.08.95 - The Lost Horizon, Syracuse, NY 11.09.95 - The Opera House, Toronto, ON 11.10.95 - Odeon Concert Club, Cleveland, OH 11.11.95 - State Theatre, Detroit, MI 11.12.95 - Alrosa Villa, Columbus, OH 11.14.95 - Metropol, Pittsburgh, PA 11.15.95 - Trocodero, Philadelphia, PA 11.16.95 - Roseland Ballroom, New York, NY 11.17.95 - Tuxedo Junction, Danbury, CT 11.18.95 - Lupos Heartbreak Hotel, Providence, RI 11.20.95 - Toad's Place, New Haven, CT 11.21.95 - Pearl Street Nightclub, Northampton, MA 11.22.95 - Avalon, Boston, MA 11.24.95 - Stone Pony, Asbury Park, NJ 11.25.95 - Hammerjack's, Baltimore, MD 11.26.95 - Brewery, Raleigh, NC 11.27.95 - Roxy Theatre, Atlanta, GA 11.29.95 - Milk Bar, Jacksonville, FL 11.30.95 - Embassy, Orlando, FL 12.01.95 - Jannus Landing, St Petersburgh, FL 12.02.95 - Club Impact, Pombano Beach, FL 12.03.95 - Zoo, Melbourne, FL 12.05.95 - Tipitina's, New Orleans, LA 12.06.95 - Grant Street Dancehall, Lafayette, LA 12.07.95 - Das Wharehauz, Shreveport, LA 12.09.95 - El Rey Theatre, Albuquerque, NM 12.10.95 - Party Gardens, Phoenix, AZ

1996 Dates [ ]

Ozzy's retirement sucks tour  with  sugar ray and life of agony (supporting) (* headlining) [ ].

01.04.96 - Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX 01.05.96 - Liberty Lunch, Austin, TX  [LIVE SHOW ] * 01.06.96 - Alamodome, San Antonio, TX 01.07.96 - Summit, Houston, TX 01.09.96 - Barton Coliseum, Little Rock, AR 01.10.96 - Municipal Auditorium, Nashville, TN 01.11.96 - Electric Ballroom, Knoxville, TN * 01.12.96 - Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY 01.13.96 - The Brewery, Louisville, KY * 01.14.96 - Nutter Center, Dayton, OH 01.15.96 - Newport Music Hall, Columbus, OH * 01.16.96 - Broome County Arena, Binghamton, NY 01.18.96 - Continental Airlines Arena, East Rutherford, NJ 01.20.96 - Worcester Centrum Center, Worcester, MA 01.21.96 - New Haven Coliseum, New Haven, CT 01.22.96 - 9:30 Club, Washington D.C. * 01.23.96 - Corestates Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA 01.25.96 - War Memorial, Syracuse, NY 01.26.96 - Roxy Music Hall, Huntington, NY * 01.27.96 - RPI Fieldhouse, Troy, NY 01.28.96 - Birch Hill Nightclub, Old Bridge, NJ *

With Deftones  [ ]

01.29.96 - Rochester War Memorial, Rochester, NY 01.30.96 - Hershey Park Arena, Hershey, PA 02.01.96 - Gund Arena, Cleveland, OH 02.02.96 - Sports Arena, Toledo, OH 02.04.96 - Civic Center, Erie, PA 02.05.96 - Bogart's, Cincinatti, OH * 02.06.96 - Palace of Auburn Hills, Detroit, MI 02.07.96 - Wings Stadium, Kalamazoo, MI 02.08.96 - Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL * 02.09.96 - Target Center, Minneapolis, MN 02.10.96 - Mark of the Quad, Moline, IL 02.12.96 - Dane County Coliseum, Madison, WI 02.13.96 - Hilton Coliseum, Ames, IA 02.14.96 - Granada Theatre, Lawrence, KS * 02.15.96 - Redbird Arena, Normal, IL 02.16.96 - Civic Auditorium, Omaha, NE 02.18.96 - Fargo Dome, Fargo, ND 02.19.96 - Arena, Sioux Falls, SD 02.21.96 - Moore Theatre, Seattle, WA * 02.22.96 - Seattle Center Arena, Seattle, WA 02.23.96 - Schnitzer Hall, Portland, OR 02.25.96 - Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA -  [POSTER ] 02.27.96 - Selland Arena, Fresno, CA 02.28.96 - Tejon Theatre, Bakersfield, CA * 02.29.96 - Great Western Forum, Los Angeles, CA 03.01.96 - SOMA, San Diego, CA 03.02.96 - Desert Sky Pavilion, Phoenix, AZ * 03.03.96 - Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV

With Dimestore Hoods and Cradle Of Thorns [ ]

03.05.96 - Tucson, AZ (w/ White Zombie, Filter) 03.06.96 - Albuquerque, NM 03.07.96 - Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO 03.08.96 - Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO 03.09.96 - Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, UT

EARLY LIFE IS PEACHY SHOWS [ ]

04.18.96 - Palladium, Hollywood, CA 05.20.96 - Cattle Club, Sacramento, CA 05.25.96 - 93.7 The EDGE Fest, Somerset, WI 05.26.96 - World Music Center, Tinely Park, IL 06.15.96 - KROQ Weenie Roast, Irvine Meadows, CA 07.29.96 - Trout Air Amphitheatre, Forest Lake, MN

1996 EUROPEAN TOUR [ ]

08.15.96 - Backstage Club, Munich, Germany 08.16.96 - Rock Oz'Arenes, Avenches, Switzerland 08.17.96 - Donington Festival, Donington, UK 08.18.96 - Bizarre Festival, Cologne, Germany 08.20.96 - Pumpehuset, Copenhagen, Denmark 08.21.96 - Astoria Theatre, London, UK (w/ Rachel Stamp) 08.22.96 - The Garage, Glasgow, Scotland 08.24.96 - Pukkelpop Festival, Hasselt, Belgium (AM show) 08.24.96 - Lowlands Festival, Biddinghuizen, Holland (PM show) 08.25.96 - Krazy House, Liverpool, UK 08.26.96 - SFX Centre, Dublin, Ireland (w/ Bullyrag)

08.28.96 - Astoria Theatre, London, UK

LIFE IS PEACHY TOUR '96 with Limp Bizkit, Delinquint Habits, The Urge and The Pharcyde [ ]

10.01.96 - Club 369, Fullerton, CA 10.02.96 - The Roxy, Los Angeles, CA 10.04.96 - The Joint, Las Vegas, NV 10.05.96 - State Fair, Salt Lake City, UT 10.06.96 - El Dorado Theatre, Sacramento, CA 10.07.96 - The Edge, Palo Alto, CA 10.09.96 - The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA -  [POSTER ] 10.10.96 - Ventura Theatre, Ventura, CA 10.11.96 - SOMA, San Diego, CA 10.12.96 - Wilson Theatre, Fresno, CA 10.13.96 - Orange Pavilion, San Bernadino, CA 10.15.96 - Ogden Theatre, Denver, CO 10.16.96 - Liberty Hall, Lawrence, KS 10.17.96 - Metro, Chicago, IL 10.18.96 - 1st Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 10.19.96 - The Rave, Milwaukee, WI 10.20.96 - Orbit Room, Grand Rapids, MI 10.22.96 - Mississippi Nights, St. Louis, MO 10.23.96 - Bogart's, Cincinatti, OH 10.24.96 - Newport Music Hall, Columbus, OH 10.25.96 - Metropol, Pittsburgh, PA 10.26.96 - Ogden Music Hall, Buffalo, NY 10.28.96 - Agora Theatre, Cleveland, OH 10.29.96 - State Theatre, Detroit, MI 11.01.96 - Electric Factory, Philadelphia, PA 11.02.96 - The Stone Pony, Asbury Park, NJ (moved to Convention Hall, Asbury Park, NJ) 11.04.96 - NY Nights, Rochester, NY 11.06.96 - Roseland Ballroom, New York, NY 11.08.96 - The Aud, Worcester, MA 11.09.96 - Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel, Providence, RI 11.10.96 - 9:30 Club, Washington, DC 11.12.96 - Raleigh, NC

11.13.96 - 328 Performance Hall, Nashville, TN 11.14.96 - International Ballroom, Atlanta, GA 11.15.96 - Millenium, Winston Salem, NC 11.16.96 - The Boathouse, Norfolk, VA 11.18.96 - Five Points South Music Hall, Birmingham, AL 11.19.96 - Shades, Jacksonville, FL 11.21.96 - Austin Music Hall, Austin, TX 11.22.96 - International Ball Room, Houston, TX 11.23.96 - Bronco Bowl Auditorium, Dallas, TX 11.24.96 - Cain's Ballroom, Tulsa, OK 11.26.96 - Salt Air Pavilion, Salt Lake City, UT 11.27.96 - O'Conner Fieldhouse, Boise, ID 11.29.96 - Salem Armory Auditorium, Salem, OR 11.30.96 - Seattle Mercer Arena, Seattle, WA 12.01.96 - Q101 Twisted Xmas, Rosemont, IL

METALLICA'S POOR TOURING ME U.S.A.  (Supporting) [ ]

12.18.96 - Arrowhead Pond, Anaheim, CA 12.19.96 - Selland Arena, Fresno, CA 12.20.96 - The Forum, Los Angeles, CA 12.21.96 - The Forum, Los Angeles, CA 12.29.96 - Arco Sports Complex, Sacramento, CA -  [POSTER ] 12.30.96 - Cow Palace, San Francisco, CA -  [POSTER ] 12.31.96 - San Jose Arena, San Jose, CA -  [POSTER ]

1997 Dates [ ]

01.02.97 - Delta Center, Salt Lake City, UT 01.04.97 - America West Arena, Phoenix, AZ 01.05.97 - America West Arena, Phoenix, AZ 01.06.97 - Pan Am Center, Las Cruces, NM 01.08.97 - Tingley Coliseum, Albuquerque, NM 01.10.97 - Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas, NV 01.11.97 - Sports Arena, San Diego, CA

1997 EUROPEAN TOUR (1ST LEG)  with The Urge and Incubus [ ]

01.21.97 - Markthalle, Hamburg, Germany

01.22.97 - Schlachthof, Bremen, Germany CANCELLED 01.22.97 - Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium 01.24.97 - Barrowlands, Glasgow, Scotland 01.25.97 - Manchester Academy, Manchester, UK 01.26.97 - Civic Hall, Wolverhampton, UK 01.27.97 - Rock City, Nottingham, UK 01.29.97 - Town & Country, Leeds, UK 01.30.97 - Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK 01.31.97 - Bristol University, Bristol, UK

02.01.97 - Brixton Academy, London, UK RESCHEDULED 02.02.97 - Paradiso, Amsterdam, Netherlands 02.04.97 - Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark 02.05.97 - Gino, Stockholm, Sweden -  [POSTER ]  02.06.97 - Rockefeller Music Hall, Oslo, Norway

02.08.97 - SO36, Berlin, Germany MOVED 02.08.97 - Arena Halle, Berlin, Germany 02.09.97 - Nachtwerk, Munich, Germany 02.10.97 - Messepalast, Vienna, Austria 02.13.97 - Palalido, Milan, Italy 02.14.97 - Espace Julien, Marseille, France 02.15.97 - Le Bikini, Toulouse, France

02.17.97 - KTDRAL, Madrid, Spain MOVED 02.17.97 - La Riviera, Madrid, Spain 02.18.97 - Zeleste, Barcelona, Spain 02.20.97 - NPA TV Show, Paris, France

02.20.97 - Batschkapp, Frankfurt, Germany ??? 02.21.97 - La Laiterie, Strasbourg, France

02.22.97 - Bataclan, Paris, France MOVED 02.22.97 - Zenith, Paris, France 02.23.97 - Live Music Hall, Cologne, Germany

02.24.97 - Batschkapp, Frankfurt, Germany CANCELLED or RESCHEDULED ? 02.24.97 - Brixton Academy, London, UK

LIFE IS PEACHY TOUR '97  with Limp Bizkit and Helmet [ ]

03.06.97 - Mesa Amphitheatre, Mesa, AZ 03.08.97 - Mammoth Events Center, Denver, CO 03.09.97 - Memorial Hall, Kansas City, MO 03.11.97 - State Palace Theatre, New Orleans, LA 03.12.97 - Pensacola Bayfront Arena, Pensacola, FL -  [POSTER ] 03.13.97 - Entertainment Hall, Tampa, FL 03.14.97 - Univ. of Central Florida, Orlando, FL 03.15.97 - Classic Center, Athens, GA 03.17.97 - Brewery, Louisville, KY 03.18.97 - Hara Arena, Dayton, OH 03.20.97 - The Rave, Milwaukee, WI 03.21.97 - Roy Wilkins Auditorium, St. Paul, MN 03.22.97 - Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL 03.24.97 - James A. Rhodes Arena, Akron, OH 03.25.97 - Warehouse, Toronto, ON 03.27.97 - Central Maine Civic Center, Lewiston, ME 03.28.97 - Weston Auditorium, Fitchburg, MA (w/ Powerman 5000, Helmet)

03.29.97 - Midhudson Center, Poughkeepsie, NY

AUSTRALIAN DATES [ ]

05.01.97 - North Shore Events Center, Auckland, New Zealand 05.02.97 - Queens Wharf, Wellington, New Zealand 05.05.97 - Brisbane, Australia 05.06.97 - Hordern Pavillon, Sydney, Australia 05.07.97 - Festival Hall, Melbourne, Australia

1997 EUROPEAN TOUR (2ND LEG)  with Limp Bizkit and Helmet [ ]

05.15.97 - Hugenottenhalle, Frankfurt, Germany

05.17.97 - Pinkpop Festival, Landgraaf, Holland 05.18.97 - Dynamo Open Air Festival, Eindhoven, Holland 05.19.97 - Aston Villa Leisure Centre, Birmingham, UK 05.21.97 - Manchester Apollo, Manchester, UK 05.22.97 - Glasgow SECC, Glasgow, Scotland 05.23.97 - Newport Centre, Newport, Wales 05.25.97 - Essential Festival, Stanmer Park, Brighton, UK 05.26.97 - l'Aeronef, Lille, France 05.27.97 - Le Montjoye, Besancon, France

05.28.97 - Fri Son, Fribourg, Switzerland

05.30.97 - Tenax Club, Florence, Italy

05.31.97 - Modena, Italy 06.02.97 - Exo 7, Petit Quevilly, France 06.03.97 - Brixton Academy, London, UK (w/ Pitch Shifter) 06.07.97 - Go Bang Festival, Lubeck, Germany 06.08.97 - Go Bang Festival, Offenbach, Germany

LOLLAPALOOZA '97  with Jane's Addiction, Tool, Snoop Dogg, Tricky and Prodigy [ ]

06.25.97 - Coral Sky Amphitheater, West Palm Beach, FL 06.27.97 - Lakewood Amphitheater, Atlanta, GA 06.28.97 - Blockbuster Pavilion, Charlotte, NC 06.29.97 - Walnut Creek Amphitheater, Raleigh, NC 07.01.97 - GTE Amphitheater, Virgina Beach, VA 07.02.97 - Nissan Pavilion, Washington, D.C. 07.04.97 - Canada's Wonderland, Toronto, ON 07.05.97 - Darien Lakes Amphitheater, Buffalo, NY 07.08.97 - Great Woods Amphitheater, Boston, MA 07.11.97 - Randall's Island, New York, NY 07.12.97 - Entertainment Center, Camden, NJ 07.13.97 - Meadows Amphitheater, Hartford, CT 07.15.97 - Pine Knob Amphitheater, Detroit, MI 07.16.97 - Pine Knob Amphitheater, Detroit, MI 07.18.97 - Blossom Music Center, Cleveland, OH 07.19.97 - Post-Gazette Pavilion, Pittsburgh, PA

Munky fell ill with viral meningitis and was hospitalized forcing Korn to drop out of the tour.

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Family Values Tour To Return In 1999, Korn And Rob Zombie Set Initial Dates For Joint Tour

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Based on audience response and ticket sales of this past fall's Family Values Tour, promoters have announced plans to bring the festival back for a second go around next year.

According to spokespeople for Korn, who helped organize and headlined the hard rock fest -- which also included sets from Rammstein, Ice Cube, Limp Bizkit and Orgy -- the Family Values Tour played to more than 243,000 fans in its 27 dates and raked in some $6.4 million in gross sales.

While it's still too early to know whether any of the artists from the inaugural line-up will return for a subsequent outing, Korn has said that it will hit the road in February 1999 with Rob Zombie, who was originally supposed to be a part of this year's festival (see [article id="1428842"] "Rob Zombie And Korn Make Amends, Will Tour Together In 1999"[/article] ).

The Korn/Zombie road show is expected to launch on February 26 and continue through April 11, and Videodrone has been tapped to open the initial

set of shows.

Dates just announced for the Korn/Rob Zombie tour:

  • 2/26 - Tucson, AZ @ Convention Center Arena
  • 2/27 - Albuquerque, NM@ Tingley Arena
  • 2/28 - El Paso, TX @ Coliseum
  • 3/2 - San Antonio, TX @ Freeman Coliseum
  • 3/3 - Dallas, TX @ Reunion Arena
  • 3/5 - Biloxi, MS @ Gulf Coast Coliseum
  • 3/6 - Jacksonville, FL @ Civic Center Arena
  • 3/7 - Greenville, SC @ Bi-Lo Center
  • 3/9 - Greensboro, NC @ Coliseum
  • 3/11 - Chicago, IL @ Rosemont Horizon
  • 3/13 - Detroit, MI @ Palace of Auburn Hills
  • 3/15 - Hamilton, ONT @ Copps Coliseum
  • 3/16 - Toledo, OH @ Sports Arena

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20th Anniversary Tour w/ Suicide Silence, Islander

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Scottie Scheffler first since Arnold Palmer (1962) to claim six TOUR wins before July

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Scottie Scheffler is a six-time PGA TOUR winner this season before July, the first to win at this clip since Arnold Palmer in 1962.

It’s another historical milestone in Scheffler’s mind-bending season, as he won the Travelers Championship on Sunday for his sixth TOUR victory of 2024 – in just 14 starts. Scheffler and Tom Kim matched 22-under 258 at TPC River Highlands before Scheffler won with a par on the first extra hole.

Kim made a 10-footer for birdie on the 72nd hole to force a playoff, but the 22-year-old caught a plugged lie in the greenside bunker on his approach shot in the playoff (also the par-4 18th, but with an amended hole location), blasted to 36 feet and couldn’t convert the par. Scheffler comfortably two-putted from 11 feet for the win.

Scheffler joins an esteemed list of players to win six TOUR titles before July. In addition to Palmer in 1960 and 1962, the others to do so are Jimmy Demaret (1940), Byron Nelson (1945), Ben Hogan (1946) and Sam Snead (1950). It’s a list of golf legends, on which Scheffler now resides.

Scottie Scheffler’s interview after winning in a playoff at Travelers

Scheffler, who turned 28 this past Friday, is chasing some modern-era history. Since 1983, he now shares sixth place in single-season wins; Tiger Woods (2000) and Vijay Singh (2004) share the modern-era record with nine wins in a season. Woods won eight times in 1999 and 2006, and he won seven times in 2007.

Woods also won six times in a season in 2005 and 2009, as did Nick Price in 1994.

Fittingly, Scheffler earned his first victory of 2024 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational presented by Mastercard. He has added titles at THE PLAYERS Championship, Masters Tournament, RBC Heritage, the Memorial Tournament presented by Workday and now the Travelers Championship – and he clearly isn’t showing signs of slowing down.

Here's a look at Arnold Palmer’s wins in 1962, pre-July, the last time a player won at Scheffler’s 2024 clip.

  • Feb. 4, The American Express
  • Feb. 11, WM Phoenix Open
  • April 9, Masters Tournament
  • April 29, Valero Texas Open
  • May 6, The Sentry
  • May 14, Charles Schwab Challenge

The good news for Scheffler? Palmer added a seventh title of 1962 at The Open Championship, contested at Royal Troon – where The Open will be played next month.

Palmer’s eighth and final victory of 1962 came at the American Golf Classic that August.

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Sub-60 scores from golf tours around the world

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A list of players who have shot sub-60 rounds on tours around the world with score, round and tournament (x-won the tournament):

58 — Jim Furyk, final round, 2016 Travelers Championship.

59 — x-Al Geiberger, second round, 1977 Memphis Classic.

59 — Chip Beck, third round 1991 Las Vegas Invitational.

59 — x-David Duval, final round, 1999 Bob Hope Invitational.

59 — Paul Goydos, first round, 2010 John Deere Classic.

59 — x-Stuart Appleby, final round, 2010 Greenbrier Classic.

59 — Jim Furyk, second round, 2013 BMW Championship.

59 — x-Justin Thomas, first round, 2017 Sony Open.

59 — Adam Hadwin, third round, 2017 CareerBuilder Challenge.

59 — x-Brandt Snedeker, first round, 2018 Wyndham Championship.

59 — Kevin Chappell, second round, 2019 Military Tribute at Greenbrier.

59 — Scottie Scheffler, second round, 2020 The Northern Trust.

59 — Cameron Young, third round, 2024 Travelers Championship.

59 — x-Annika Sorenstam, second round, 2001 Standard Register Ping.

59 — Oliver Fisher, second round, 2018 Portgugal Masters

LIV GOLF LEAGUE

58 — x-Bryson DeChambeau, final round, 2023 LIV Golf-Greenbrier

59 — x-Joaquin Niemann, first round, 2024 LIV Golf-Mayakoba

57 — Cristobal Del Solar, first round, 2024 Astara Golf Championship

58 — x-Stephan Jaeger, first round, 2016 Ellie Mae Classic

58 — Frankie Capan III, first round, 2024 Veritex Bank Championship

59 — Notah Begay III, second round, 1998 Las Vegas Invitational

59 — Doug Dunakey, second round, 1998 Miami Valley Open

59 — x-Jason Gore, second round, 2005 Cox Classic

59 — Will Wilcox, fourth round, 2013 Utah Championship

59 — Russell Knox, second round, 2013 Boise Open

59 — Sam Saunders, first round, 2017 Web.com Tour Championship

59 — Mac Meissner, second round, 2023 Lecom Suncoast Classic

59 — Michael Feagles, first round, 2023 BMW Charity Pro-Am

59 — David Kocher, fourth round, 2023 Albertsons Boise Open.

59 — Aldrich Potgieter, second round, 2024 Astara Golf Championship

59 — Kevin Sutherland, second round, 2014 Dick’s Sporting Goods Open

59 — Miguel Angel Martin, second round, 2018 MCB Tour Championship-Seychelles

58 — x-Ryo Ishikawa, fourth round, 2010 The Crowns

58 — S.H. Kim, fourth round, 2021 Golf Partner Pro-Am

59 — x-Masahiro Kuramoto, first round, 2003 Acom International

59 — Yuta Ikeda, first round, 2022 Golf Partner Pro-Am

59 — x-John Catlin, third round, 2024 International Series Macau

58 — Alejandro del Rey, second round, 2021 Swiss Challenge

59 — x-Adrien Mork, second round, 2006 Tikida Hotels Agadir Moroccan Classic

59 — Nicolo Ravano, second round, 2016 Fred Olsen Challenge de Espana

59 — Lauri Ruuska, first round, 2023 Vierumäki Finnish Challenge

59 — x-Peter Karmis, third round, 2009 Lombard Insurance Classic

59 — Casey Jarvis, third round, 2023 Stella Artois Players Championship

58 — x-Jason Bohn, fourth round, 2001 Bayer Championship

59 — Gresyon Sigg, fourth round, 2019 GolfBC Championship

59 — Drew Nesbitt, second round, 2018 JHSF Brazil Open

59— x-Harry Hillier, second round, 2024 Inter Rapidisimo Golf Championship

59 — x-Martin Kaymer, second round, 2006 Habsberg Classic

59 — x-Robin Kind, second round, 2015 Sparkassen Open

59 — x-Hinrich Arkenau, first round, 2017 Sparkassen Open

59 — x-Jack South, final round, 2021 Motocaddy Masters

57 — x-David Carey, first round, 2019 Cervino Open

59 — x-Gregorio De Leo, final round, 2022 Memorial Giorgio Bordoni

NORDIC GOLF LEAGUE

59 — x-Jens Dantorp, second round, 2011 Bravo Tours Open

59 — Sutijet Kooratanapisan, final round 2017 Singha Phuket Open

59 — Kaigo Tamaki, first round, 2022 Delight Works JGTO Final

59 — x-Phacara Khongwatmai, first round, 2021 Singha Pattaya Open

59 — Ashok Kumar, first round, 2010 Tata Open

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Bryson DeChambeau wins his second U.S. Open title. Lilia Vu wins playoff on LPGA Tour

PINEHURST, N.C. — Bryson DeChambeau won the U.S. Open on Sunday for the second time with the best shot of his life for another finish on the 18th hole at Pinehurst No. 2 that won’t be forgotten — and another heavy dose of heartache for Rory McIlroy.

In a wild final hour of more blunders than brilliance, DeChambeau capped off a week of high entertainment by getting up-and-down from 55 yards out of a bunker, making a 4-foot par putt to close with a 1-over 71.

Payne Stewart famously made a 15-foot par putt on the final hole in 1999 at the first U.S. Open at Pinehurst No. 2, beating Phil Mickelson by one shot. DeChambeau says he was inspired to go to SMU when he saw a mural of Stewart on campus.

The par putt wasn’t as long or as suspenseful as Stewart’s in 1999. The celebration was every bit of that. DeChambeau repeatedly pumped those strong arms as he screamed to the blue sky, turning in every direction to a gallery that cheered him on all week.

McIlroy was in the scoring room, devastated by another close call in a major.

This one will sting. As much as this U.S. Open will be remembered for DeChambeau’s marvelous bunker shot, McIlroy played a big part by shockingly missing two short putts, the last one from just inside 4 feet for par on the final hole. He closed with a 69.

McIlroy was watching from the scoring room as DeChambeau escaped from an awful lie left of the fairway — a tree in his back swing, a root in front of the golf ball — and punched it out into the bunker. He expertly blasted a shot from the soft sand that rolled out on the crispy green to set up the winning putt.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Lilia Vu won the Meijer LPGA Classic in a playoff Sunday in her return from a back injury, spoiling Lexi Thompson’s bid for her first victory in five years.

Playing for the first time since the Ford Championship in late March in Arizona, Vu beat Thompson and third-round leader Grace Kim with a 5-foot birdie putt on the third extra hole — the par-5 fourth at tree-lined Blythefield Country Club.

Thompson, the 2015 winner, has said this will be her last year playing a full schedule. She won the last of her 11 LPGA Tour titles at the ShopRite LPGA Classic in June 2019.

Vu birdied the par-5 18th in regulation for a 7-under 65, then twice more to match Thompson and Kim — who entered the day five strokes ahead of Thompson and eight clear of Vu — on the first two playoff holes.

On the deciding hole, Vu hit her second shot into the bunker to the right of the green and blasted out to set up the birdie. Thompson and Kim missed long birdie tries after laying up following errant drives.

Vu birdied four of the last six holes in regulation to match Thomson and Kim at 16-under 272.

A former No. 1 player and double major winner last year, the 27-year-old American won for the fifth time on the LPGA Tour. The eight-stroke comeback is the largest of the season, one more than Linnea Strom overcame last week in the ShopRite LPGA Classic.

Korn Ferry Tour

WICHITA, Kan. — Taylor Dickson won his second Korn Ferry Tour event of the season on Sunday, closing with a 5-under 65 at the Wichita Open for a one-shot victory over William Mouw and Sam Stevens.

Dickson finished at 19-under 261 at Crestview Country Club and joins Tim Widing and Harry Higgs as two-time winners this year. He trailed Stevens by four shots entering the final round but moved into contention with six birdies in his first 14 holes.

Stevens, a Wichita native and Crestview member, entered the final round with a three-shot lead in his first Korn Ferry Tour start of the year but finished with back-to-back bogeys. His approach on the 154-yard, par-3 17th came up well short, and on the par-4 18th, he missed the fairway to the right and failed to get up-and-down from a greenside bunker.

Mouw closed with a 65 for his best career finish on tour.

Other tours

Savannah Vilaubi made a 12-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole against Yahui Zhang to win the Otter Creek Championship in Columbus, Indiana, her second career Epson Tour victory. ... Takashi Ogiso closed with a 3-under 68 and won the Hana Bank Invitational by one shot over Yu-Bin Jang on the Japan Golf Tour. ... Hamish Brown of Denmark won his first Challenge Tour title with an 8-under 63, turning a four-shot deficit into a two-shot victory over Robin Williams of South Africa in the Kaskada Golf Challenge in Czech Republic. ... Amy Taylor of England held on to win the Ladies Italian Open with a 3-under 69 for a one-shot victory over Maria Hernandez on the Ladies European Tour. ... MJ Viljoen closed with a 7-under 65 and won the Mopani Zambia Open by six shots on the Sunshine Tour. ... Akie Iwai won for the second time this year on the Japan LPGA when she closed with an 8-under 64 for a one-shot victory in the Nichirei Ladies. ... Seunghui Ro closed with a 1-under 71 for a four-shot victory in the DB Group Korea Women’s Open on the Korea LPGA.

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