Monday, August 12, 2013

Here's the 2013 KFMA Fall Ball Lineup

Posted By on Mon, Aug 12, 2013 at 4:18 PM

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Brian J. Pedersen and I were discussing our predictions this morning for the KFMA Fall Ball announcement (full disclosure: most weeks I do an unpaid segment on the KFMA morning show with Fook) and while we couldn't quite pin down the headliner (my guess was Imagine Dragons, he went with the Chester from Linkin Park fronted Stone Temple Pilots), we both resigned ourselves to the idea that Korn would likely end up as the top biller anyhow.

So, guess what? It is Korn! (I refuse to use their capitalization style.)

Also on the bill for the September 22 show at Kino Sports Complex? A Day to Remember, POD, Device (featuring the bald dude from Disturbed), Pierce the Veil, Asking Alexandria, Stars in Stereo and American Fangs, although usually a band drops out and another one gets added along the way.

If you enjoy a bargain (and pizza), Pizza Hut will be selling $25 tickets to the show this Saturday only.

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