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Sick New World 2024: System of a Down Returns to Headline Amidst Stellar Lineup

Sick New World, after its groundbreaking debut, is back in 2024, promising an even louder roar in the music festival sphere. Taking over the Las Vegas Festival Grounds on April 27, fans are in for an explosive treat with the announcement of a colossal 65-artist lineup that spans across five stages.

At the helm, System Of A Down will return, marking another headline performance, flanked by other rock and alt giants like Slipknot, Bring Me The Horizon, and Alice In Chains. But the thunder doesn’t stop there; A Perfect Circle, the genius Danny Elfman, Bad Omens, and Sleep Token are among the other massive acts to hit the stage.

Fans who’ve signed up on will have an edge with an exclusive presale access starting October 13, 10 A.M. PT. Missed the presale? Fret not, public sales commence the same day at 2 P.M. PT. From GA to plush VIP Cabana Tickets, the festival offers varied experiences, even featuring a layaway plan for the budget-conscious rock enthusiast.

Perks for VIPs? Think preferred viewing, charging stations, food vouchers, and a breezy festival experience. Plus, in partnership with Jampack, Sick New World is doling out special hotel and ticket packages.

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