Korn Are Playing a Livestream Concert That Was Shot Inside of a 'Stranger Things' Drive-In Exhibit

Korn Are Playing a Livestream Concert That Was Shot Inside of a 'Stranger Things' Drive-In Exhibit
Korn's Jonathan Davis recently revealed that he designed his band's iconic logo with his left hand and a crayon, so there's no denying that the nü metal kings are in touch with their inner child. As such, perhaps it should come as no surprise that they're playing a livestream concert inside of a Stranger Things exhibit.

The band have announced a new livestream show called Korn: Monumental that will go live on April 24.

The show was filmed inside of the Stranger Things drive-in experience — a current immersive drive-in show that is taking place in downtown Los Angeles and allows people to drive their cars through scenes in the show.

To be fair, the Stranger Things tie-in isn't a direct part of Korn's live show, which looks pretty damn epic in its own right.

"We hope you take part in this experience with us," the band's Jonathan Davis said in a press release. "And though it is not the same as performing live with you here, we still want to bring you some great music and a fun show."

Watch a trailer for Korn: Monumental below and buy tickets and special merch here.