News: Knotfest Australia Launches International Competition


KNOTFEST, the respected music and counterculture festival, is making its return to Australia this month, accompanied by a plethora of surprises in store. Fans need not wait until the main event, because the Spin Your Way to KNOTFEST International competition has just been launched.

From now until Sunday, 31 March, punters have the opportunity to compete for the ultimate KNOTFEST experience.

The grand prize will se one fortunate winner and a companion embark on an international journey to a yet-to-be-revealed KNOTFEST location, with all airfares, accommodation, transfers, and VIP tickets included in this amazing main prize.

To participate, contestants must, in 25 words or fewer, describe their ideal KNOTFEST adventure. Participants may then spin once daily to win various daily prizes, which will be randomly selected throughout the contest. These daily prizes include signed and framed KNOTFEST concert posters, bottles of Slipknot Whiskey, VIP upgrades, and even a backstage tour and dinner package.

Click HERE to enter.

The official KNOTFEST playing times have been announced and there is an official KNOTFEST Australia app available now. With artist profiles, set times, event maps and more, the KNOTFEST app will be super useful. Download the app via Google Play or on the Apple App Store.

Download the app HERE.

In addition to the scorching lineup awaiting attendees at the 2024 event, featuring headliners such as PANTERA, DISTURBED, LAMB OF GOD, HALESTORM, THE HU, ASKING ALEXANDRIA, WAGE WAR, ESCAPE THE FATE, THY ART IS MURDER, SKINDRED, SPEED, WINDWAKER, BRAND OF SACRIFICE, and KING PARROT, the KNOTFEST Australian experience will be further enhanced by the newly revamped KNOTFEST Museum.

The KNOTFEST Museum overviews Slipknot’s 25 year career including, in a world first, never before seen items in Australia.

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