Slipknot have announced a run of five UK dates including a Manchester gig at Co-Op Live.
The Manchester gig comes in a run which also includes Leeds, Glasgow, Birmingham and a huge show at London’s O2.
The Here Comes The Pain tour which also find the band celebrating 25 years.
Speaking about the tour, clown said, “It has been 25 years since we first played on the continent, and we’ve been back ever since. The memories I have from all those times are life changing, and we’re ready to make more. I’m so excited to bring our 25th year anniversary tour to Europe and the UK. Be prepared for an energy you’ve never experienced before. It’s happening.”
Slipknot released their debut self-titled studio album on June 29, 1999, and with it they heralded a seismic shift in music, attitude and energy, and have since defined a culture that has only grown around the world. Their latest full length album The End, So Far landed at number 1 on the Billboard’s Top Album Sales chart adn number 2 on the Billboard 200, marking their sixth top-10 charting album.
When do Slipknot headline at Manchester’s Co-Op Live?
Slipknot headline at Manchester’s Co-Op Live on 17 December 2024. The Manchester gig is one of five UK dates they have announced:
14 December – Leeds, First Direct Arena
15 December – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
17 December – Manchester, Co-Op Live
18 December – Birmingham, Utilita Arena
20 December – London, O2 Arena
Support on the tour comes from Bleed From Within