JUDAS PRIEST, HELLOWEEN, KREATOR, ARCH ENEMY Set For First-Ever KNOTFEST COLOMBIA

JUDAS PRIEST, HELLOWEEN, KREATOR, ARCH ENEMY Set For First-Ever KNOTFEST COLOMBIA

JUDAS PRIEST will headline the first-ever Colombian edition of Knotfest, the music festival launched by the American metal band SLIPKNOT, on October 26 at Hipódromo de los Andes in Bogotá.

The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

JUDAS PRIEST
HELLOWEEN
KREATOR
ARCH ENEMY
MASSACRE
KILKROPS
UNDERTHREAT
IRON REAGAN
GOATWHORE
REVOCATION
PITBULL

For more information, visit KnotfestColombia.com.

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Knotfest began in 2012 as a two-city fest in the Midwest before moving to Southern California and eventually merging with Ozzfest.

SLIPKNOT has headlined every festival except last year's Ozzfest Meets Knotfest event, which was topped by OZZY OSBOURNE on Saturday and ROB ZOMBIE on Sunday.

SLIPKNOT's 2017 DVD, "Day Of The Gusano: Live In Mexico", was filmed in 2015 at the Mexican edition of Knotfest.

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