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More Details On Limp Bizkit Free Concert Revealed

Following the cancellation of their UFC expo appearance, Limp Bizkit scheduled a free concert to take place on July 18 at the Pearl Concert Theater at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas. The show marks the reunited original lineup's first stateside show in eight years.

Admission to the show is first come, first served, and each fan lucky enough to gain entry will receive two tickets. Included in their admission to the show, fans will also receive a free exclusive Limp Bizkit t-shirt created for this show only.

Limp Bizkit is teaming up with pickRset.com, an online music destination site, to allow fans to decide the songs they will play for the show at the Pearl by voting at pickrset.com/bands/limpbizkit/.

Opening the show for Limp Bizkit, Fred Durst is proud to present his life-long friend and new Flawless Records artist DJ Boney B, who hails from North Carolina and has pioneered his own brand of lifestyle in music. DJ Boney B has developed a rabid following in the national underground scene, developing a community of listeners who are anxious to see him go to the next level. DJ Boney B is preparing a special set for this show that will pay homage to LB and its community, and he is excited to become part of the Flawless family.

Limp Bizkit is in the middle off their 2009 “Unicorns N Rainbows” tour, which has so far rolled across Europe and Eastern Europe

Fred Durst, Wes Borland, Sam Rivers, John Otto, and DJ Lethal are gearing up to record their first new studio album with the original line-up since 2000's worldwide 12x-platinum "Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water." Flip/Interscope Records will announce more details and a release date in the coming months.

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