Y2K Family Values Tour 2001 Pony Double Sided t-shirt Large
Chest 20.5 in.
Length 28 in.
Content: 100% cotton
Tag Brand: Optima
This rocking concert tee comes from the 2001 Family Values Tour. The tee features an awesome graphic on the front and tour dates and locations on the back. The Family Values tour was started by the nu metal band Korn in 1998. They headlined the original tour along with Limp Bizkit, Incubus, Orgy, and Rammstein. The tour took a one year hiatus after 1999 and, when it returned in 2001, it featured artists such as Linkin Park, Stone Temple Pilots, and Static X. This was the only year that Korn did not play in any of the tour's shows.
When Korn started the Family Values Tour in 1998, their goal was to showcase what was going on in metal music at the time. Heavy metal was at a turning point in the late 90s and early 00s and Korn members at the time Jonathan Davis, James Shaffer, Brian Welch, Reginald Arvizu, and David Silveria wanted to highlight the new sounds. Bands who participated in the Family Values Tours were given full production sets, making concert goers feel like they were getting a headline worthy show every time.
Some hits that were played on the tour included Stone Temple Pilots'"Interstate Love Song" and "Big Empty", Linkin Park's, "In the End" and "Crawling", and Static X's "Love Dump." Performances were recorded during the tour and a live album was released the following spring.
Fits like a modern unisex adult large.