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Ready to rock? Korn and Breaking Benjamin bringing tour to Fresno

Jonathan Davis of the band Korn.
Jonathan Davis of the band Korn. Invision/AP

Headbangers rejoice – Korn and Breaking Benjamin are heading to Fresno.

The rock heavyweights on Monday announced a co-headlining tour for 2020 that will stop March 1 at the Save Mart Center.

Tickets are $39-$89.50 and go on sale at noon Friday, Nov. 1, at, or at the arena box office. Presale information and exclusive ticket offers are available by joining the Save Mart Center’s Save the Date email club.

The Fresno stop will be the last on the 24-date tour, which kicks off Jan. 23 in Allentown, Pennyslvania. Korn then heads to Japan and Europe.

Korn was started in Bakersfield in the late 1990s and saw massive success as a pioneers of the nu-metal genre. The band played the Big Fresno Fair in 2013, and guitarist Brian Head Welch was last in the area in September screening his documentary film “Loud Krazy Love.”

Breaking Benjamin rose to fame in the early 2000s with its brand of alternative rock radio metal. The band co-headlined 105.1 the Blaze’s BlazeFest concert last year with Five Finger Death Punch.

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Joshua Tehee covers breaking news for The Fresno Bee, with a focus on entertainment and a heavy emphasis on the Central Valley music scene. You can see him share the area’s top entertainment options Friday mornings on KMPH’s “Great Day” and read more of his work here.