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Old 10-01-2011, 09:08 AM
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Found this on kornspace just had to share with y'all

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If you're a rich fuck and a Korn fan, you're in luck! Korn is selling their time - literally - in VIP packages:

Guitar VIP Experience

Pre-show meet and greet with Korn
Commemorative Korn Ibanez guitar with customized tour image and signed by the band
[One thing to note - it is NOT a real guitar. You will not be able to play it. Its for 'looks'.]
Get to watch 3 songs from the side of the stage
Autographed set list
Front of the line entry available to VIPs only
Crowd free, pre-show merchandise shopping
Korn tour poster
Commemorative tour laminate
Downloadable recording of your concert


Price: $449.95

Double Platinum VIP Experience (Listening Session)

Pre-show meet and greet with Korn
Autographed set list
Get to watch 3 songs from the side of the stage
Front of the line entry available to VIPs only
Crowd free, pre-show merchandise shopping
Korn tour poster
Commemorative tour laminate
Downloadable recording of your concert
Listening session with JD of Korn's new material in JD's mobile recording studio


Price: $349.95

Double Platinum VIP Experience (Gaming Session)

Pre-show meet and greet with Korn
Autographed set list
Get to watch 3 songs from the side of the stage
Front of the line entry available to VIPs only
Crowd free, pre-show merchandise shopping
Korn tour poster
Commemorative tour laminate
Downloadable recording of your concert
(1 available per night) One on one video game session with JD backstage and a photo of your moment taken on your own camera


Price: $349.95


(You still need to buy a ticket if you purchase these packages)

In addition, there is a drum lesson with Ray, Platinum Experience (you can meet the band for $130), and a Gold Experience (no meet and greet, but you get to the front of the line)

Oh no problem I got $600 just laying around all the time

I like how the guitar doesn't really work
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Old 10-02-2011, 08:31 AM
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I like how you still have to buy a ticket though lol!

I mean the gaming session and listening session is cool just way over priced.
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Old 10-02-2011, 02:08 PM
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I like how you still have to buy a ticket though lol!

I mean the gaming session and listening session is cool just way over priced.
a commenter on kornspace put it best


"you get to watch 3 songs from the stage then you have to do the walk of shame back to your $60 nosebleeds"

I agree cool packages but way overpriced, with money tight for everyone
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Old 10-02-2011, 04:33 PM
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I've always thought it was kinda lame and pretty egotistical for bands to have "meet and great" packages. Tons of bands genuinely like to meet their fans after the show.
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I've always thought it was kinda lame and pretty egotistical for bands to have "meet and great" packages. Tons of bands genuinely like to meet their fans after the show.
yeah, this.
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Old 10-03-2011, 11:53 AM
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a commenter on kornspace put it best


"you get to watch 3 songs from the stage then you have to do the walk of shame back to your $60 nosebleeds"

I agree cool packages but way overpriced, with money tight for everyone
Yea really. I mean is it three songs of your choosing or just whenever they feel like putting you onstage. I like for the Winds Of Plague tour and the Veil Of Maya tour the CHEAP VIP packages you get a Q&A, meet every band, watch the soundcheck, and the entire show from side stage.

Plus I mean to the comment about VIP packages I understand why some bands would do them but most of the time they are way too overpriced. Like I think it was the 2009 KISS tour the VIP package was $1,000 dollors.
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Old 10-03-2011, 02:20 PM
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What concerns me is, are their whole shows going to have dubstep bullshit added? Like will all their songs have shit added, or will they play them all normal? I sure is hell won't go anywhere near a show that features all dubstep shit.

The reason I ask, is they're having dubstep "bands" open for them.
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What concerns me is, are their whole shows going to have dubstep bullshit added? Like will all their songs have shit added, or will they play them all normal? I sure is hell won't go anywhere near a show that features all dubstep shit.

The reason I ask, is they're having dubstep "bands" open for them.
When I seen them this year at Graspop, they just used the Dubstep for the song Get Up, so I'm guessing it will be the same. They have a DJ dude on stage anyway, I'm guessing this will give him more of a presence :P
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When I seen them this year at Graspop, they just used the Dubstep for the song Get Up, so I'm guessing it will be the same. They have a DJ dude on stage anyway, I'm guessing this will give him more of a presence :P
Thanks. I sure hope so
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Yea I don't see them changing their older songs. Too many people would be pissed.
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