KORN Performs Acoustic Set At CAROLINA REBELLION Festival: Video, Photos

KORN Performs Acoustic Set At CAROLINA REBELLION Festival: Video, Photos

KORN played a special surprise acoustic set Saturday (May 6) as part of the the "Zippo Sessions" at this weekend's Carolina Rebellion festival at Rock City Campgrounds at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina.

The two-song performance — consisting of "Alone" and "Clown" — was witnessed by roughly fifty fans who stopped by the Zippo Encore tent and were given a special guess pass to check out an acoustic set by a band that was to be announced later.

Video footage of KORN's acoustic gig can be seen below. Photos are available at SideStageMagazine.com.

KORN recently postponed more than half a dozen headlining tour dates that the band was set to play this month due to what the band called in a statement "unforeseen circumstances." Two festival shows — not including Carolina Rebellion — remain on the May schedule.

The band just returned from a short run of shows in South America on which METALLICA bassist Robert Trujillo's 12-year-old son Tye played bass. Tye was filling in for KORN's regular bassist, Reginald "Fieldy" Arvizu, who was unable to make the tour due to what the group also called "unforeseen circumstances."

It is not clear at this point if the newly postponed dates are also connected to why Arvizu missed the South American tour.

KORN's summer trek with STONE SOUR is set to get underway on June 16 in Salt Lake City.

Korn put on a very intimate acoustic performance moments ago as part of the #ZippoSessions with Zippo Encore & Metal...

Posted by Carolina Rebellion on Saturday, May 6, 2017


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