Linkin Park Announce First U.S. Tour Dates in Two Years
"The new songs work really well alongside the older stuff. Plus, there's a strong, powerful message to 'A Thousand Suns,' and we've transferred that into the show," lead vocalist Chester Bennington said in statement. "Our aim was that we're not just putting on a live performance, but something that's visually spectacular as well."
Access to tickets is available right now through Linkin Park's official website, and the band is going to give fans a great souvenir they can download once home from the show -- a full recording of the show they attended. Each night, a code will be displayed that will gain access to the corresponding performance.
A dollar from each ticket sold will be donated to the Music for Relief, a charity founded by Linkin Park that provides relief to victims of natural disasters and seeks to educate on the solutions to global warming.
The tour begins on Jan. 20 in Sunrise, Fla. with Pendulum and Does It Offend You, Yeah? opening. Beginning on Feb. 15, electro-titans the Prodigy will be the sole warm-up act.
Linkin Park tour dates
1/20 -- Sunrise, FL -- Bank Atlantic Center
1/22 -- Tampa, FL -- St Pete Times Forum
1/23 -- Atlanta, GA -- Phillips Arena
1/25 -- Detroit, MI -- Joe Louis Arena
1/26 -- Chicago, IL -- United Center
1/28 -- Minneapolis, MN -- Xcel Energy Center
1/29 -- Kansas City, MO -- Sprint Center
1/31 -- Philadelphia, PA -- Wells Fargo Center
2/1 -- Boston, MA -- TD Garden
2/4 -- New York, NY -- Madison Square Garden
2/7 -- Montreal, QC -- Bell Centre
2/8 -- Toronto, ON -- Air Canada Centre
2/10 -- Washington DC -- Verizon Center
2/11 -- Uncasville, CT -- Mohegan Sun
2/15 -- Houston, TX -- Toyota Center
2/17 -- Dallas, TX -- American Airlines Center
2/19 -- Las Vegas, NV -- MGM Grand – Garden Arena
2/20 -- San Diego -- Viejas Arena
2/23 -- Los Angeles, CA -- Staples Center
2/25 -- Salt Lake City, UT -- Energy Solutions Arena
2/26 -- Denver, CO -- Pepsi Center
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