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Korn brings back ‘Family Values’

Korn brings back ‘Family Values’

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Heavy rockers Korn are bringing back their Family Values festival for one day only.

The group launched the rock-rap tour concept in 1998 but haven’t staged it for six years.

The sixth Family Values event will take place at the 1st Bank Center in Denver, Colorado next month.

Joining Korn onstage will be Hollywood Undead and Machine Gun Kelly, among others.

The festival will also celebrate the return of guitarist Brian ‘Head’ Welch.

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