The Excitement and My Bucket List.
So I've known I was going to my 47th Korn show for quite a while now.
I purchased my ticket and Platinum Meet and Greet Package roughly a month ago and have been counting the days down ever since. I've met Korns former drummer David. I've met Ray, Fieldy, Munky, and Head all before as well. Never Jonathan Davis. Out of all the shows I have been to something has always happened. Some times we couldn't get near the buses. Other times they didn't come out. One time I was at a signing in Philadelphia and Jon had to leave early before I got to the table. Theres a list of things that have prevented it from happening. Usually by chance last min random things. I became a Korn fan when I was 14 years old and have wanted to meet him ever since. Korn and Davis game me a voice to scream out loud that I was not happy with my life, and gave me an outlet for my anger and rage. They quite simply saved my fucking life! I always wanted to Tell Jonathan what his lyrics and music and effort means to me, and how without Korn I wouldn;t be here anymore. In 2 days, this friday, I finally get that chance. Its been surreal waiting for it to happen. Its one thing when your hoping and 20 years goes by. To now know that its going to happen. We all have a bucket list. Things we want to do, etc. Within that bucket list we each have a list of people we want to meet. And at the top of that list theres one person for each of us that would just make our life to meet. For me thats Jonathan Davis. This Friday I cross off the item thats sat at the top of my Bucket List for the last 20 years. Its a truly amazing feeling that I have right now. Then yesterday I was on Korn.com checking mail and writing to people and in the forum and I notice Korn Kage passes are available for NYC! The one and only time that I was in the Kage was at family values so many years back. I was sick with a 102 fever, but still went, you cant miss something like that. I got stuck in the upper level of the Kage and just didnt have as good of a time as I expected. Fast forward to now, after purchasing my Korn Kage pass for Friday, and I can't believe I get to do it again, at a much smaller venue, iwith many less people. (20 people max) So much is running through my head right now, but its all amazing. I have been to 1537 concerts in my life, so many amazing times, but there is no way that anything will ever be able top the experience that I'm going to have this friday. It's a once in a lifetime experience. I'm glad I waited 20 years for this. The wait just is making this a whole lot sweeter. To everyone whos going to the tour, have an amazing time! Feel free to message me and let me know how your show was!