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Steev
03-12-2013, 07:34 AM
One date has surfaced so far
May 1st a the TLA in Philadelphia



By far the smallest venue they ever played in this city

PVH5150
03-12-2013, 07:44 AM
Apr. 25 - Fort Lauderdale, FL (Revolution Live)
Apr. 29 - Asbury Park, NJ (Stone Pony)
Apr. 30 - Huntington, NY (Paramount)
May 1 - Philadelphia, PA (Theater of the Living Arts)
May 3 - Baltimore, MD (Ram's Head Live)
May 5 - Cincinnati, OH (Bogart's)

IrritatedTrout
03-12-2013, 07:57 AM
Damn, this band is pretty entertaining due to their hilarity factor. I'd go see them if they played in my city. But I will definitely choose Rush over Limp Bizkit on May 3rd. :lol:

300%_Density
03-12-2013, 07:57 AM
I remember that time that Red Cap canceled that summer tour a couple years ago and then implied that they would do arenas later that year.

Guessing you could probably put 2 or 3 of these smaller venues inside of arenas.

hellawaits77ny
03-12-2013, 10:08 AM
I'd go see em if they come close.

MPF
03-12-2013, 01:42 PM
Fred Durst lies again. He said Limp Bizkit was done in America because nobody cared any more.

To anyone who knows the Minnesota venues, if it comes here, they will be lucky to get half the 7th St. Entry filled.

dcmetal108
03-12-2013, 06:05 PM
If this comes to Chicago and not Joliet and is at a time that I don't work I'll go just to say I moshed to Break Stuff.

kalfitegrdan
03-12-2013, 07:16 PM
If this comes to Chicago and not Joliet and is at a time that I don't work I'll go just to say I moshed to Break Stuff.

Ew. You'll probably need to be sterilized after that. I imagine that a Limp Bizkit pit is the sweatiest pile of redneck mongoloids imaginable (next to Juggalos of course).

hiddenzombie013
03-12-2013, 08:19 PM
I hated these guys until I saw them live. They killed it. I gained a huge amount of respect for them after their show. I saw them with Alice in Chains, and while they were great too, LB stole the energy from their show. AIC is a much better band, but in a live setting it just wasn't fair.

dcmetal108
03-12-2013, 08:22 PM
Ew. You'll probably need to be sterilized after that. I imagine that a Limp Bizkit pit is the sweatiest pile of redneck mongoloids imaginable (next to Juggalos of course).

I'll wear a hazmat suit.

300%_Density
03-14-2013, 06:11 AM
This is just too funny from Red Cap:

“We are looking for the most intimate and rocking places to play. Our philosophy is that we want to play the venues in the US that we started out playing before the rest of the world know who the fuck we were. Where insane ticket prices and nose bleed seats don’t exist.

Where only the most hardcore fans get their tickets first and no one else can get in. Where we can actually see you and talk to you. Nothing more than a sweat box of love. This sounds most exciting for us and our dear friends in the USA.

Oh yeah, we’ll still be using our arena sound system. It can never be too loud. Tix will go quick so get yours ASAP.”


http://www.theprp.com/2013/03/13/news/limp-bizkit-are-looking-for-the-most-intimate-and-rocking-places-to-play-on-spring-u-s-tour/

AnthG
03-14-2013, 07:03 AM
What he's saying isn't the problem. It just comes off as ungenuine since just 3 years ago they had an amphitheatre tour planned and then cancelled because of low ticket sales. They "don't want" nosebleed seats and insane ticket prices because their level of popularity doesn't warrant such things to exist on a Limp Bizkit tour in 2013.

I remember when Korn did a similar thing on their Canadian tour in 2010. They moved their show in Toronto from Arrow Hall (holds about 6,000) to Sound Academy (roughly 3,000, if not less) a week before the show because they wanted to give fans a more intimate setting for the show to go with the theme of the tour...despite the fact that on the same tour they had to move the Regina, SK show from a club to a small arena because of high ticket demand.

DementedX14
04-05-2013, 05:16 PM
Here are the tour dates:

4/25 Revolution Live Fort Lauderdale, FL
4/27 Welcome To Rockville Jacksonville, FL
4/29 The Stone Pony - Asbury Park, NJ
4/30 The Paramount - Huntington, NY
5/1 Theatre of Living Arts - Philadelphia, PA
5/3 Rams Head Live - Baltimore, MD
5/4 Carolina Rebellion - Charlotte, NC
5/5 Bogart's - Cincinnati, OH
5/7 Town Ballroom - Buffalo, NY
5/8 House of Blues - Cleveland, OH
5/10 Orbit Room - Grand Rapids, MI
5/11 St Andrew's Hall - Detroit, MI
5/13 The Rave II - Milwaukee, WI
5/14 Varsity Theater - Minneapolis, MN
5/15 House of Blues - Chicago, IL
5/17 Sokol Auditorium - Omaha, NE
5/18 Fillmore Auditorium - Denver, CO
5/19 The Complex - Salt Lake City, UT
5/21 Knitting Factory - Boise, ID
5/22 Knitting Factory - Reno, NV
5/25 The Observatory - Anaheim, CA
5/26 Marquee Theater - Phoenix, AZ
5/31 Diamond Ballroom - Oklahoma City, OK
6/1 Pops - Sauget, IL
6/2 Granada Theatre - Lawrence, KS

John The Drummer
04-05-2013, 05:25 PM
FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU-

dcmetal108
04-05-2013, 06:11 PM
Yeah I'll be at the chicago show.

Steev
04-05-2013, 06:16 PM
Doesn't seem like the Philly show has sold out yet, which is weird

Onioner
04-05-2013, 06:18 PM
Oh no. No proper LA date. What ever will I do.

Gosh darn it.

christopher
04-05-2013, 06:31 PM
Oh no. No proper LA date. What ever will I do.

Gosh darn it.

They might add one on the 24th :tongue: I'm sure it would have been at the Key Club. I wonder if they would choose between the El Rey and the Echoplex for this?

MetalIsArt
04-08-2013, 05:27 AM
Fred Durst lies again. He said Limp Bizkit was done in America because nobody cared any more.

To anyone who knows the Minnesota venues, if it comes here, they will be lucky to get half the 7th St. Entry filled.

A band of liars. Wes once made it clear "nevah again with da Fred"...