Staind and Korn concert postponed to PNC Bank Arts Center

Korn and Staind’s nu-metal concert scheduled for Wednesday August 18 at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel has been postponed until September 26.

Jonathan Davis, Korn’s lead singer, tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday August 14, according to the group’s social media. The Holmdel Show was one of six shows to be rescheduled, including the August 17 concert at the Jones Beach Theater on Long Island. This show will now take place on September 28. Two other shows are canceled.

“Jonathan’s morale is high, and he’s resting and recovering now,” the group said on social media on Aug. 17. “We’re as disappointed as you are with the circumstances, but we’ll be fine anyway, and we can’t wait to see you once back, firing all cylinders again.” “

Tickets for the PNC Bank Arts Center show will be honored on the new date, depending on the venue, which made the announcement on August 16 on its social media.

Jonathan Davis, lead singer of Korn, performs on February 9, 2020 at the Resch Center in Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin.

The Korn and Staind show is Jersey’s last concert canceled or postponed due to COVID.

Vax requirement:Live Nation, other big NJ concerts to require COVID vaccination or negative test soon

Limp Bizkit postponed his August 6 show at the Stone Pony Summer Stage and an hour before the show, citing concerns about COVID. The Crawfish Fest, featuring Tab Benoit, Samantha Fish and more from August 27-29 at Sussex County Fairgrounds in Augusta, has been postponed from June 3-5, 2022.

The Fest for Beatles Fans has again been postponed. It will now take place in April 2022 at the Hyatt Regency in Jersey City.

Live Nation, which operates the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel and the BB&T Pavilion in Camden, will require fans and performers of its shows to be fully vaccinated against COVID or have a recent negative test starting October 4. AEG Presents, which operates the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, will do the same starting October 1.

Pony no show:Fred Durst Blames Industry ‘Flawed’ COVID Response for Limp Bizkit Stone Pony No Show

The massive Sea Hear Now music festival on Asbury Park Beach on September 18-19, run by Pearl Jam, Smashing Pumpkins and the Avett Brothers, requires proof of vaccination or a negative test to attend.

Saint nightclub in Asbury Park has just announced that it will require proof of vaccination or a negative test for fans attending shows from September, according to the venue’s social media.

Subscribe to for the latest news on the Jersey music scene.

Chris Jordan, originally from the Jersey Shore, covers the entertainment and features of the USA Today Network New Jersey. Contact him at @chrisfhjordan; [email protected]

Comments are closed.