Papa Roach / Live performance of ‘Infest’ set for 20 June

Papa Roach are set to perform their multi-platinum debut album ‘Infest’ on a live HD broadcast this Saturday (20 June) in the second part of their live streaming series.

The bands first live streaming event, ‘INFEST In-Conversation’, was broadcast on the 20th Anniversary of the release of ‘Infest’ (25 April 2020) and drew 1.8 million live viewers.

Jacoby Shaddix told MetalTalk: “We couldn’t take not performing any longer. Having performed the Infest album in full as a surprise one time before (during the band’s sold-out 2015 gig at London’s Roundhouse on the album’s 15th Anniversary), we decided to open this infestation to every living-room in the world to celebrate the 20th Anniversary with us!“

Tobin Esperance told us: “You’ll probably want to move your furniture around a little bit. We’ve all got to get some of that quarantine energy out of our system. We’ll also have our brother Jerry Horton back from his injury so watch out!”

Tickets include a special physical commemorative ticket for the event, fulfilled after the performance.

Additional packages including exclusive merchandise, Official Store discounts and other expanded experiences available in very limited quantity.

You will also be able to add a donation to your purchase, the total of which will be equally donated to ‘Doctors Without Borders’, ‘NAACP’ and the ‘World Federation for Mental Health’, all causes which are very important to the band.

Tickets can be purchased here.

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