Knotfest UK tickets: How to get tickets for Slipknot festival – who is in the line-up?

Knotfest is the heavy metal band Slipknot’s festival – and it is coming to the UK for the first time in 2020. The band announced the festival’s arriving just last week, and already fans are buzzing. With the band having just made an announcement about tickets – how can fans get their hands on them?

How to get tickets for Knotfest UK

Getting tickets for Knotfest UK couldn’t be easier, as they are being made available to UK fans very soon.

Live Nation is the official ticket merchant, and fans can buy tickets from Thursday, January 16 at 10am by going to their website.

There is also exclusive presale via My Live Nation on January 15, so fans can sign up for that to ensure they are first in line to get a ticket.


When and where is Knotfest UK?

Knotfest UK will take place at National Bowl in Milton Keynes on August 22, with Corey Taylor and co. playing a headline set on the day.

The band revealed their plan to bring the festival to the UK at the beginning of 2020, calling the experience “a mind-altering collision of music, art and culture.”

Of course, those in the know will have already had a chance to purchase their tickets,

Members of the exclusive Slipknot club Outside The 9 fan club already had access to a presale at the end of last year, but now the tickets will be going on general sale.

Knotfest UK has also teamed up with Big Green Coach to transport fans to the festival site, which will make it far easier for devoted fans all over the country to make it to Milton Keynes.

Slipknot will not just been staying in Milton Keynes, but instead will also be heading around the UK and Europe as part of their tour.

Here are the dates Slipknot are expected to play: 

Jan 14: Dublin 3Arena, Ireland

Jan 16: Manchester Arena

Jan 17: Newcastle Utilita Arena

Jan 18: Glasgow SSE Hydro

Jan 20: Sheffield Flydsa Arena

Jan 21: Nottingham Motorpoint Arena

Jan 22: Cardiff Motorpoint Arena



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Jan 24: Birmingham Arena,

Jan 25: London The O2

Jan 28: Amsterdam Ziggo Dome, Netherlands

Jan 29: Frankfurt Festhalle, Germany

Jan 30: Paris AccorHotels Arena, France

Feb 01: Luxembourg Rockhal, Luxembourg

Feb 02: Lyon Halle Tony Garnier, France

Feb 04: Budapest Sportarena, Hungary

Feb 06: Lodz Atlas Arena, Poland

Feb 08: Stuttgart Hanns Martin Schleyer Halle, Germany

Feb 09: Munich Olympiahalle, Germany


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Feb 11: Milan Mediolanum Forum, Italy

Feb 12: Zurich Hallenstadion, Switzerland

Feb 14: Vienna Stadthalle, Austria

Feb 16: Hamburg Barclaycard Arena, Germany

Feb 17: Berlin Mercedes-Benz Arena, Germany

Feb 18: Dortmund Westfalenhalle, Germany

Feb 20: Copenhagen Royal Arena, Denmark

Feb 21: Stockholm Ericsson Globe, Sweden

Feb 22: Oslo Telenor Arena, Norway

Feb 24: Helsinki Hartwall Arena, Finland

Who is in the line-up of Knotfest UK?

At present, no one else has been announced for the festival, but it will likely have some cracking performers.

Slipknot have even performed at Ozzfest, founded by Ozzy Osbourne, so there could even be a performance from the man himself.

While most fans will know Slipknot for their epic tunes and prolific number of albums, the frontman Corey Taylor may also ring a bell for another reason.

The singer is also an actor, and appeared in an episode od Doctor Who, which starred Peter Capaldi at the time.

Taylor plyed The Fisher King – giving the terrifying beast his roar, while Peter Serafanowicz gave him his voice.

KnotFest UK takes place on August 22

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