NewsDecember 8, 2022 6:37 PM ET3,028 views

Limp Bizkit announce re-scheduled UK/European tour for Spring 2023

Limp Bizkit

A health issue concerning frontman Fred Durst caused Limp Bizkit to cancel their touring plans for the foreseeable future in July of this year. However, today Fred himself shared that he and the rest of the band will be in fact touring the UK and Europe in the Spring of 2023. The rescheduled tour will begin in Munich, GER and end in two headlining shows at the O2 Academy in Brixton, UK.

The two plus week tour support for the trek will be handled by Wargasm and Blackgold.


03/30 Munich, DE @ Zenith
03/31 Stuttgart DE @ Schleyerhalle
04/02 Vienna, AT @ Gasometer
04/03 Prague, CZ @ Forum Karlin
04/05 Frankfurt, DE @ Jahrhunderthalle
04/09 Tilburg, NL @ @ 013
04/12 Manchester, UK @ Academy
04/13 Birmingham, UK @ O2 Academy, UK
04/16 London, UK O2 Academy
04/17 London, UK @ Academy

Search for tours coming to your city here.


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anonymous 107 days ago

First no care vanflip

kort 107 days ago

kortlyn here, my tris are engaged and im wondering whether fredstin durnst will apologize for his misogyny and groping women in the pit (lollapalooza 2001) we demand reparations. break stuff? more like break my trust.

lordzedd 107 days ago

Fred durst has a very small penis.

anonymous 107 days ago

You ever think Wes Borland wakes up and wishes he picked a different gimmick as he sits down to do his hour plus routine of makeup

anonymous 107 days ago

You've gotta believe me: I didn't steal Mr. Bone's Der Grosser Yodelmeister trophy. Please don't have Porkchop put down, Mom.

anonymous 107 days ago

Chocolate starfish and the bratwurst flavored water

anonymous 107 days ago

thank you for proof reading before you sent it off to webby to upload it to the site

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