Sick and Twisted Tour

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Sick and Twisted Tour
Tour by Korn
Start date February 18, 2000
End date August 20, 2000
Legs 3
Korn concert chronology
Family Values Tour Sick and Twisted Tour Untouchables Tour

Sick and Twisted Tour was a concert tour in support of Korn's fourth studio album, Issues. The tour featured two legs in North America and one in Europe. This tour took place when Korn were at the height of their popularity, and featured some of the largest shows of the band's career.

Support acts for the tour included Staind, P.O.D., Powerman 5000, Papa Roach, and Mindless Self Indulgence.

Setlist[edit]

The Sick and Twisted Tour was notable in that fans were able to vote for which songs they wanted to see on the setlist, through a poll on Korn's official website. The same method was used for 2003's Back 2 Basics Tour with Limp Bizkit. However, Korn refused to play certain songs in both instances, such as "Seed" and "Mr. Rogers", even though they had the majority of the voting percentage.

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America, first leg
February 18, 2000 Lakeland, Florida United States Lakeland Civic Center
February 19, 2000 Miami, Florida American Airlines Arena
February 21, 2000 New Orleans, Louisiana New Orleans Arena
February 23, 2000 Dallas, Texas Reunion Arena
February 24, 2000 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma The Myriad
February 26, 2000 West Valley City, Utah E Center
February 28, 2000 Phoenix, Arizona America West Arena
February 29, 2000 Anaheim, California The Pond
March 1, 2000
March 3, 2000 Oakland, California Oakland Coliseum
March 5, 2000 Spokane, Washington Spokane Arena
March 6, 2000 Seattle, Washington KeyArena
March 7, 2000 Portland, Oregon Rose Garden Arena
March 10, 2000 Fargo, North Dakota Fargodome*
March 16, 2000 Rosemont, Illinois Allstate Arena
March 17, 2000
March 19, 2000 Indianapolis, Indiana Conseco Fieldhouse
March 20, 2000 Fort Wayne, Indiana Fort Wayne Coliseum
March 21, 2000 Madison, Wisconsin Dane County Coliseum
March 22, 2000 Fairborn, Ohio Nutter Center
March 24, 2000 Buffalo, New York Marine Midland Arena
March 25, 2000 Toronto, Ontario Canada Skydome
March 27, 2000 Baltimore, Maryland United States Baltimore Arena
March 28, 2000 Providence, Rhode Island Providence Civic Center
March 30, 2000 Worcester, Massachusetts Worcester Centrum Centre
March 31, 2000
April 1, 2000 East Rutherford, New Jersey The Meadowlands
April 3, 2000 Auburn Hills, Michigan The Palace of Auburn Hills
April 4, 2000 Grand Rapids, Michigan Van Andel Arena
April 5, 2000 Columbus, Ohio Schottenstein Center
April 8, 2000 Uniondale, New York Nassau Coliseum
April 9, 2000 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania First Union Spectrum
April 10, 2000
April 13, 2000 Atlanta, Georgia Philips Arena
April 14, 2000 Charlotte, North Carolina Charlotte Coliseum
April 15, 2000 Greensboro, North Carolina Greensboro Coliseum
April 17, 2000 Little Rock, Arkansas Barton Coliseum
April 18, 2000 St. Louis, Missouri Kiel Center
April 19, 2000 Kansas City, Missouri Kemper Arena
April 21, 2000 Minneapolis, Minnesota Target Center
April 22, 2000 Moline, Illinois MARK of the Quad
Europe
May 12, 2000 Milan Italy Filaforum
May 13, 2000 Lyon France Palais des Sports de Gerland
May 15, 2000 Stuttgart Germany Boblingen Sporthalle
May 16, 2000 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
May 17, 2000 Rennes La Liberte
May 19, 2000 London United Kingdom Wembley Arena
May 20, 2000 Manchester Carling Apollo
May 22, 2000 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Hatte
May 24, 2000 Brussels Belgium Forest National
May 26, 2000 Toulouse France Le Zénith
May 27, 2000 Marseille Dome
May 29, 2000 Madrid Spain La Cubierta
May 30, 2000 Lisbon Portugal Pavilhão Atlântico
June 2, 2000 Düsseldorf Germany Philipshalle
June 3, 2000 Eindhoven Netherlands Dynamo Open Air
June 5, 2000 Hamburg Germany Stadtpark
June 6, 2000 Berlin Berlin Arena
June 8, 2000 Katowice Poland Spodek
June 10, 2000 Nuremberg Germany Rock im Park
June 11, 2000 Nürburgring Rock am Ring
June 12, 2000 Landgraaf Netherlands Pinkpop Festival
North America, second leg
July 18, 2000 Fargo, North Dakota United States Fargodome
July 19, 2000 La Crosse, Wisconsin La Crosse Center
July 21, 2000 Moline, Illinois MARK of the Quad
July 22, 2000 Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin Brown County Arena
July 24, 2000 Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada Winnipeg Arena
July 25, 2000 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Saskatchewan Place
July 27, 2000 Calgary, Alberta Canadian Airlines Saddledome
July 28, 2000 Edmonton, Alberta Skyreach Centre
July 30, 2000 Vancouver, British Columbia General Motors Place
July 31, 2000 Kelowna, British Columbia Kelowna Memorial Arena
August 4, 2000 Nampa, Idaho United States Idaho Center
August 5, 2000 Seattle, Washington Kitsap Bowl (Endfest)
August 7, 2000 Bakersfield, California Centennial Garden Arena
August 8, 2000 Chula Vista, California Coors Amphitheatre
August 9, 2000 Paradise, Nevada Thomas & Mack Center
August 11, 2000 San Antonio, Texas Alamodome
August 12, 2000 Las Cruces, New Mexico Pan American Center
August 13, 2000 Albuquerque, New Mexico Tingley Coliseum
August 16, 2000 Biloxi, Mississippi Mississippi Coast Coliseum
August 18, 2000 Burgettstown, Pennsylvania Post Gazette Pavilion
August 19, 2000 Cleveland, Ohio CSU Convocation Center
August 20, 2000 Auburn Hills, Michigan The Palace of Auburn Hills
  • David injured his wrist in the middle of the Fargo show and it ended early. Mike Bordin from Faith No More filled in for the rest of the year as the few cancelled dates were rescheduled for the end of the tour.

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