- $30 for one G-Pass for single day general-admission lawn and festival general admission for Saturday or Sunday with early entry and exclusive Knotfest-branded trucker hat (up to $73.75 value)
- $45 for one G-Pass for single day loge seating and festival general admission for Saturday or Sunday with early entry and exclusive Knotfest-branded trucker hat (up to $117.95 value)
- $175 for one 2-pack G-Pass; each good for a two-day general-admission pass with a three-day camping pass (up to $327.50 value)
- $350 for one 2-pack G-Pass: each good for a two-day loge pass with a three-day camping pass (up to $523.50 value)
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How G-Pass Works: Your G-Pass will be ready to print 48 hours after the deal ends. Print the G-Pass and use it to enter the venue directly; you won’t need to redeem at will call. Due to security restrictions, G-Passes cannot be redeemed through the Groupon mobile app. Discount reflects the merchant’s current ticket prices - price may differ on day of event.
- Judas Priest: Since 1969, the metal gods have raged across the airwaves, led by Glenn Tipton and Richie Faulkner’s twin lead guitars and Rob Halford’s operatic vocals. Over the last half-century, they’ve unleashed hits such as “Breaking the Law” and “Living After Midnight,” and snagged a Grammy for good measure.
- Korn: Perhaps the most successful nü-metal band of all time, with two Grammy awards and over 35 million albums sold, Jonathan Davis and company treat audiences to classic favorites and new hits.
- Mastodon: The progressive heavy-metal act shatters veneers with tracks from its latest album, Once More ‘Round the Sun, as well as crowd favorites such as “Blood and Thunder” and “Oblivion.”
- Also Appearing: Trivium | Corrosion of Conformity | At the Gates | Body Count | Red Fang | Battlecross | GWAR | And More
- Slipknot: Iowan heavy-metal icons known for blending cyclonic guitars with white-noise turntables, all while wearing demonic masks and matching jumpsuits. Their aggressive spectacle has led to seven Grammy nominations and one win for Best Metal Performance in 2006.
- Clutch: Since its self-titled debut album in 1995, this bulldozing band’s success has shifted from first gear to fifth with head-banging tracks such as “Supergrass” and 11 albums boasting accurate titles such as Pure Rock Fury and Blast Tyrant.
- Ghostface Killah: Being a member of the Wu-Tang Clan would be cool enough, but Ghostface, a.k.a Tony Starks, didn’t stop there. He’s carved out a dazzling solo career, adding to his legacy with two 2015 album: Sour Soul, and a sequel to Twelve Reasons to Die, Twelve Reasons to Die II.
- Also Appearing: Mobb Deep | Suicidal Tendencies | All That Remains | Kyng | Beartooth | Cannibal Corpse | And More
- Knotfest Museum: Curated by Slipknot, it showcases masks, suits, art, and more.
- Street Drum Corps’ Blood Drums Experience: The Drum! Magazine-endorsed ensemble gets the adrenaline racing in more than 300,000 audience members annually.
- Thunderdome: Two fighters do battle as onlookers peer down from the dome above.
- Also: Ring of Fire Carnival Ride | Flaming Carnival Games | Highstriker | Tarot Cards | Motorcross Area | Craft Beer and Food Trucks