After a lengthy European tour in 2015, Slayer are ready to bring their assault of metal to fans in North America! The band has announced 2016 tour dates, and will be joined by Testament and Carcass. So far, six concerts are scheduled for February and fifteen in March. They will be touring in support of their 12th studio album, Repentless.
When do Slayer 2016 tour tickets go on sale and what is the presale code?
General public ticket sales began on Saturday, December 5. Check below the tour dates for the presale codes, in case any more dates are added.
Slayer will also be offering some pretty cool VIP Packages that include watching the band's entrance and first three songs on stage as well as access to their soundcheck, autograph memorabilia and custom VIP gifts.
Each show can be different, so check the links below for more information and direct ticket sales.
Slayer Tour Dates and Tickets
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What is the Slayer 2016 Ticket Presale Code
There were a number of ticket presales:
Blabbermouth Presale with password raining
Noisey Presale with password noiseyslayer
Nuclear Blast Ticketing sites Presale with password Nblast
The Live Nation presale offer code for the month of December is BELLS and the LN Mobile password is COVERT. We recommend signing up for Slayer's Fan Club and email list and your local venue email newsletter, as well as following them on social media to get the most up-to-date information about additional offers.
The general public on-sale began Saturday, December 5 at 10 AM local time.
The band states on their Facebook page that they'll be covering material from throughout their career as well as new songs. They also state that additional North American dates will be announced, so bookmark this page as we'll be updating when those dates get announced.
For Slayer's latest music, news, and tour dates, check out their Zumic artist page.