Linkin Park's 'A Thousand Suns' North American Tour Dates Revealed
Following the release of their fourth studio album "A Thousand Suns", Linkin Park map out a massive North American tour. Chester Bennington and his bandmates are going to start the traveling show next year on January 20 and continue to stay on the road at least until February 26.
Along with the tour dates, this rock band announce their supporting acts. Pendulum and Does It Offend You, Yeah? will support them on the tour opener until February 11, The Prodigy are then invited to open for them beginning February 15 to 26.
This gig is held not only to promote their new album but also to raise funds for charity. $1 from each ticket purchased will go to the band's Music for Relief initiative, which benefits victims of natural disasters and spreads awareness about issues like global warming.
Tickets will go on sale for public this coming Saturday, November 20, but concertgoers can get advance access via pre-sale which opens 4 days earlier at 9 A.M. PST. For more detailed info, fans can visit their official website.
- Jan 20 - Sunrise, FL at Bank Atlantic Center
- Jan 22 - Tampa, FL at St. Pete Times Forum
- Jan 23 - Atlanta, GA at Philips Arena
- Jan 25 - Detroit, MI at Joe Louis Arena
- Jan 26 - Chicago, IL at United Center
- Jan 28 - Saint Paul, MN at Xcel Energy Center
- Jan 29 - Kansas City, MO at Sprint Center
- Jan 31 - Philadelphia, PA at The Wells Fargo Center
- Feb 01 - Boston, MA at TD Garden
- Feb 04 - New York, NY at Madison Square Garden
- Feb 07 - Montreal, QC at Bell Centre
- Feb 08 - Toronto, ON at Air Canada Centre
- Feb 10 - Washington, DC at Verizon Center
- Feb 11 - Uncasville, CT at Mohegan Sun Arena
- Feb 15 - Houston, TX at Toyota Center
- Feb 17 - Dallas, TX at American Airlines Center
- Feb 19 - Las Vegas, NV at MGM Grand Garden Arena
- Feb 20 - San Diego, CA at Viejas Arena
- Feb 23 - Los Angeles, CA at Staples Center
- Feb 25 - Salt Lake City, UT at EnergySolutions Arena
- Feb 26 - Denver, CO at Pepsi Center
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