Slipknot

Intense, Heavy, Aggressive, Thrilling, Epic

Best Seats for a Slipknot Concert

Affordable Events Near Me: Ashburn, VA

Aug 09

Fri . 07:00 PM

Slipknot with Knocked Loose

CFG Bank Arena, Baltimore, MD

Upcoming Events Calendar

Aug 06

Tue . 07:00 PM

Slipknot with Knocked Loose

Ruoff Music Center, Noblesville, IN

Aug 07

Wed . 07:00 PM

Slipknot with Knocked Loose

The Pavilion At Star Lake, Burgettstown, PA

Aug 09

Fri . 07:00 PM

Slipknot with Knocked Loose

CFG Bank Arena, Baltimore, MD

Aug 10

Sat . 07:00 PM

Slipknot with Knocked Loose

Freedom Mortgage Pavilion, Camden, NJ

Aug 12

Mon . 07:00 PM

Slipknot with Knocked Loose

Madison Square Garden, New York, NY

Aug 14

Wed . 07:00 PM

Slipknot with Knocked Loose

BankNH Pavilion, Gilford, NH

Aug 15

Thu . 07:00 PM

Slipknot with Knocked Loose

Xfinity Center - MA, Mansfield, MA

Aug 17

Sat . 07:00 PM

Slipknot with Knocked Loose

Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON

Aug 30

Fri . 04:30 AM

Rocklahoma - (3 Day Pass) with Avenged Sevenfold, Disturbed, Slipknot and more

Rocklahoma Festival Grounds, Pryor, OK

Sep 01

Sun . 04:30 AM

Rocklahoma - (Sunday) with Slipknot, Lamb of God, Mastodon and more

Rocklahoma Festival Grounds, Pryor, OK
The nonet from Des Moines, Iowa, redefined metal music with their Face masks, high-octane performances, and compelling lyrics. The band burst onto the scene in 1995, creating an unparalleled sonic landscape that managed to be both guttural and poetic.

Now, picture this: Jiffy Lube Live in Bristow, Virginia. Surrounded by woods, the venue lit up like a firefly, resonating with the tribal drumming of Shawn Crahan and Chris Fehn. Fans decked out in band tees and their own DIY masks, singing – no, screaming – in unison. It wasn't just a concert; it was an experience.

And while large venues like Jiffy Lube Live have their charm, there’s something innately special about watching Slipknot in a smaller setting. Take, for instance, their electric gig at the Aztec Theatre in San Antonio. There's an intimacy in smaller venues, where every guitar riff, every drumbeat, feels personal. It's in these spots where, if you squint a little, you might just spot fans debating where the "best seats" are – close enough to feel the heat of the pyrotechnics, or a tad farther, where the venue's acoustics are at their prime.

Of course, being a part of the Slipknot phenomenon comes at a price – and we're talking dollars. While ticket prices vary by venue, they often hover in the range of $70 for general admissions to over $200 for those coveted VIP spots. And here's a little insider tip for fans: keep tabs on local radio stations and fan clubs. Often, they'll have contests or preSALES, which can be your golden ticket to witnessing the band's live magic without burning a hole in your pocket.

Over the years, Slipknot has shown they’re not just about intense live shows. Their Musical collaborations with other artists have always intrigued fans. Their partnership with Jonathan Davis of Korn on "Tattered & Torn" remains one of the most celebrated fusions of metal talents. Not to mention, their stage-sharing moments with bands like Bring Me The Horizon, further solidifying their connection with the current generation of rock artists.

Now, for those of you on the West Coast, you might recall their incendiary performance at the Concord Pavilion in California. Fans spread out on the lawn, with the more adventurous ones forming mosh pits, creating whirlpools of energy. And then there was that mesmerizing gig at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre in Tampa, where The Humidity of Florida nights combined with the band's fervor resulted in a musical extravaganza like no other.

Slipknot's allure doesn't just lie in their music; it's their entire ethos. From the symbolic nature of their masks to their refusal to be pigeonholed into one genre, they’ve remained an Enigma. Their albums, while rooted in metal, explore themes of disillusionment, love, and existential crises, making them relatable to both the die-hard metalhead and the casual listener.

So, if you haven't yet experienced the sheer adrenaline rush of a Slipknot concert, it's time to dive in. Whether you’re at a sprawling amphitheater or a cozy city theater, remember it’s not always about the view. Sometimes, the best seats are where you can lose yourself in the music, where every beat aligns with your heartbeat.

Slipknot isn't just a band; it's a phenomenon, an experience, a rite of passage for anyone who claims to love the raw intensity of metal music. With masks on and instruments in hand, they continue to redefine the boundaries of music, one concert at a time.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What type of music does Slipknot play?
Slipknot plays a mix of heavy metal, nu metal, and alternative metal.
What is the best way to get to a Slipknot show?
The best way to get to a Slipknot show is to plan ahead and purchase tickets in advance.
How long do Slipknot shows last?
Slipknot shows typically last around two hours.
What should I wear to a Slipknot show?
Slipknot fans typically wear black clothing and band merchandise to shows.
Are there any age restrictions for Slipknot shows?
Most Slipknot shows are all ages, however, it is always best to check with the venue for age restrictions.

Interesting Information about Slipknot

  • Slipknot was formed in 1995 in Des Moines, Iowa.
  • Slipknot has released six studio albums and one live album.
  • Slipknot has won four Grammy Awards.
  • Slipknot has sold over 30 million albums worldwide.
  • Slipknot has headlined some of the biggest festivals in the world, including Download Festival and Ozzfest.