Family Values Tour 1998

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The Family Values Tour 1998 was a tour created and headlined by Korn. The 1998 tour was the first one to take place. It started on September 22, 1998 and ended on October 31, 1998.

Ticket to the cancelled show in Nampa

The show on October 8 in Phoenix, AZ, had to be cancelled due to Jonathan Davis and Fred Durst catching a flu. The show was rescheduled for October 12. This led to the Nampa, ID show on November 13 being cancelled because the Phoenix venue drew a larger audience.

Other Artists

Other artists that participated in this tour were Korn, Limp Bizkit, Orgy, Ice Cube and DJ Punk-Roc, who played between the sets of the bands.

Rob Zombie

Originally, Rob Zombie was supposed to tour instead of Rammstein, but due to high production costs per single show he was replaced by Rammstein. However, Korn's management claimed that Zombie did not want to tour along with a hip hop artist. Zombie later stated that he had never even spoken to Korn, so he could not have said something like that.[1]

Incubus

Because filming for the movie Next Friday had started, Ice Cube could no longer be a part of the tour and was replaced by the band Incubus for the remaining dates: from October 26 to October 31.

Tour Dates

Tour poster
VIP pass
Press photo
©Brian Garrity
Date Venue City Country
1998-09-22 Blue Cross Arena Rochester USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-09-23 Worcester's Centrum Centre Worcester USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-09-25 Continental Airlines Arena East Rutherford USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-09-26 First Union Spectrum Philadelphia USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-09-27 CSU Convocation Center Cleveland USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-09-29 Civic Arena Pittsburgh USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-09-30 The Palace Auburn Hills USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-02 Wisconsin Center Arena Milwaukee USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-03 Rosemont Horizon Rosemont USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-04 Target Center Minneapolis USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-06 McNichols Sports Arena Denver USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-08 America West Arena Phoenix USA Flag of the United States.svg
Postponed to 1998-10-12
1998-10-09 Great Western Forum Inglewood USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-10 Cow Palace Daly City USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-11 Thomas & Mack Center Las Vegas USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-12 America West Arena Phoenix USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-13 Idaho Center Nampa USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-14 E Center West Valley City USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-16 Fort Worth Convention Center Fort Worth USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-17 Cajundome Lafayette USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-18 UNO Lakefront Arena New Orleans USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-20 Fairgrounds Arena Oklahoma City USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-22 Kemper Arena Kansas City USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-23 Kiel Center St. Louis USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-24 Omaha Civic Auditorium Omaha USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-26 Wings Stadium Kalamazoo USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-27 Pepsi Coliseum Indianapolis USA Flag of the United States.svg Moved to Market Square Arena
1998-10-27 Market Square Arena Indianapolis USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-29 Pepsi Arena Albany USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-29 New Haven Coliseum New Haven USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-30 Nassau Coliseum Uniondale USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-10-31 Patriot Center Fairfax USA Flag of the United States.svg
1998-11-01 Cumberland County Civic Center Portland USA Flag of the United States.svg

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