Pine Knob Music Theatre | Clarkston, Michigan
Limp Bizkit invite all of the fans to Loserville. It has just been announced that the band is gearing up for a nationwide tour that’s taking them across 24 cities next year. If you’re a fan in the Clarkston, Michigan area, we have good news for you. Limp Bizkit is taking the show to your city! Get ready to sing and dance along to all your favorite songs from the metal band and prepare to have an unforgettable night.
Limp Bizkit will perform live at the Pine Knob Music Theatre on Tuesday, the 23rd of July, 2024. Joining them as special guests on the show are Bones with Eddy Baker & Xavier Wulf, N8NOFACE, and Corey Feldman. To top it all off, Riff Raff will host & MC the night.
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“Come lose with us,” the nu metal band captioned an Instagram post announcing the tour. Yes, Limp Bizkit is getting ready to hit the road! The iconic band who reached peak fame in the 00s aren’t stopping anytime soon as they continue on a new tour next summer. Officially dubbed as the Loserville Tour, the band invites fans to come be losers.
Limp Bizkit has enlisted a handful of special guests for their forthcoming tour. The lineup includes Bones with Eddy Baker & Xavier Wulf, N8NOFACE, and Corey Feldman. Each night, the legendary Riff Raff will host & MC their performances.
The trek is taking Limp Bizkit to 24 cities across the nation. It will kick off July 16th in Somerset, Wisconsin, and run through an August 24th show in San Bernardino, California. In the midst of it all, they’re stopping in places like St. Louis, Toronto, Houston, Phoenix and Tampa, Florida. More importantly though, they’re stopping in Clarkston, Michigan!
This past year, the band has been on their Still Sucks tour which was originally scheduled for 2022. The group needed to postpone shows to 2023 after Durst’s doctor told him he should “take an immediate break from touring.” That tour was to promote their 2021 LP, Still Sucks. It featured songs such as “Out of Style,” “Dad Vibes,” and “Turn It Up, Bitch.”
“This was very unexpected news and I’m so sorry,” frontman Fred Durst said in an apology clip. “I look forward to making it up to you as soon as possible. I truly am grateful to everyone who was going to take the time out of their busy lives and come and see Limp Bizkit perform this summer,” he continued.
Durst then thanked his fans for their support: “We do love and cherish our connection with you more than anything on this planet.”
Fans are glad that the band is back on the road and that everything seems to be going well for them. Hopefully, 2024’s summer tour will be an epic comeback! So, don’t miss out when Limp Bizkit lands in your city. It’s going to be an unforgettable night.