SLIPKNOT Will Play A One-Off Show This Thursday, In A Very Small Californian Venue

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Seems that in a mere two days, we’ll get to see Slipknot debuting live with their new drummer. The band will play an intimate show at Pappy + Harriet’s in Pioneertown, California — a popular tourist draw near Joshua Tree National Park in San Bernardino County this Thursday (April 25th, 2024).

The concert, which will serve as a warm-up for the band’s appearance at the Sick New World festival in Las Vegas, Nevada this weekend, and will be Slipknot‘s first appearance with their new stickman, widely suspected to be former Sepultura drummer Eloy Casagrande.

Slipknot‘s show at Pappy + Harriet’s, which has a capacity of 350 inside and 830 outside, was announced on, an old-school-style website launched last year. The site contains a list of Slipknot‘s upcoming tour dates, as well as details of the band’s 1999 “Slipknot” album. There is also a full biography related to the same LP.

“$9 Tickets. 2 Tickets Per Person. No refunds, no transfers,” can be read on the aforementioned website “Extremely limited tickets. Find all the rules, regulations, and event details at the link below before purchasing. Available at Pappy + Harriet’s box office located in the Beer Garden, 12 PM – 2 PM PST today, and available online here at 12 PM PST here.”

All ticket proceeds will go to Joshua Tree No Kill Shelter and Boys & Girls Club Of The Hi Desert.


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