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We are proud to announce that Linkin Park will be playing a very intimate show for LP Underground members at the House of Blues in West Hollywood, CA on Friday, May 18. This event will support Music For Relief's Power The World initiative, which is a pledge to help 1 million families gain access to sustainable energy.

Tickets for this show go on sale exclusively to LPU members starting on Monday, April 30, at 10AM PDT at LPUnderground.com. In addition to general admission tickets, we are offering Premium VIP access, as well as a limited number of travel packages that include VIP tickets, hotel accommodations, and more.

Join the LPU at LPUnderground.com for access to this special show. Tickets are limited and will sell out quickly, so please log on right at 10AM for your best chance. We look forward to kicking off the LIVING THINGS tour with LP Underground members and Music For Relief supporters in LA.

-Chester


Adam confirmed on twitter that the tickets will cost $99 flat (with all fees already included).

Finally a show in LA. Who's going?

EDIT: For those of you buying tickets, the show is "will call only".
More information on the LPU show page.
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An LPU-only show? Damn, it's been a long long time since they've done that! I envy anyone able to go to this show.

 

is '03 the last time they did this? or does Mayan Theatre count?

shit yeah, MFR =/= LPU :lol:

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expensive..... but nice :D

but notice: if they only play one new song.... that is shitty. its like 2009 tour only new song new divide... i hope they will play there 3or4 new songs and in europe as well.

no new songs except for BID on the SUMMER europe tour

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plus New Divide was not an album song

I don't know I'f this show is worth signing up for the underground, I wish I knew the set list before I went or who is opening and how long lp is playing seems expensive for 1 new song and the same set list for past 4 years or more now.

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expensive..... but nice :D

but notice: if they only play one new song.... that is shitty. its like 2009 tour only new song new divide... i hope they will play there 3or4 new songs and in europe as well.

Honestly, for that price, I am going to be pissed if all they play is Burn it Down. I understand the album isn't out, I understand its a small venue. But, if they pull a festival setlist and don't do anything special, I will be sad.

 

Call me spoiled, but it wont be the time or place for a generic setlist.

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LPL

Y U NEVER HAPPY WITH BEING ABLE TO GO TO SHOW!?

 

STOP SETLIST TRADING AND GO ENJOY SHOW

you never know, you may get a few previews of new songs like the last LPU tour, (but the band may not want poor quality recordings of songs surfacing before the album does - didn't they try to heavily restrict electronic equipment for kesselhaus...? even if some stuff did surface :lol:) I won't hold my breath for rre songs like robot boy etc, because LP have always been a mainstream chart-bothering band, their shows aren't suddenly going to go all smashing pumkins and have chester suddenly turn round and say "we're not going to play any well known songs, here's 'No Laundry'!" -_-

either way, you're seeing an internationally famous band in a small venue - still pretty damned cool!

 

and all this "discounts for LPU members?" is silly - it's an LPU tour, isn't it only LPU members going!?

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Honestly, for that price, I am going to be pissed if all they play is Burn it Down. I understand the album isn't out, I understand its a small venue. But, if they pull a festival setlist and don't do anything special, I will be sad.

 

Call me spoiled, but it wont be the time or place for a generic setlist.

I am in agreement when I went to the bestbuy show for the release of ats in ny I was mad about the setlist I don't think I am in the mood to gamble $220 for tickets on a generic set list.

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and all this "discounts for LPU members?" is silly - it's an LPU tour, isn't it only LPU members going!?

I guess LPU sale only. This is no tour, just one show just for the LPU. The LPU tour in 2003 wasn't LPU only.

 

didn't they try to heavily restrict electronic equipment for kesselhaus...? even if some stuff did surface :lol:)

Yes they tried, absolutely no cameras were allowed. They literally almost killed people who made crappy cellphone photos of the new stage design while waiting inside in line for the M&G.

But these days it's impossible, they can't deny cellphones etc. inside.

 

 

 

Seriously guys don't worry so much about the damn setlists. This will be a special show either way. Maybe they will just play BID maybe more, and if they do it will be fuckin epic. Who knows how much more shows they'll even play in the US after the Civic tour before they go back to the studio.

But I have to agree about the price. Even if that includes a donation for MFR or whatever, not very cheap. It's almost the same as the Civic Tour.

If it doesn't cost you a fortune to travel to the show, go see it! I wouldn't miss that chance.

 

There you have your pre-album release show you always complained about that they only do it in Europe.

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I guess LPU sale only. This is no tour, just one show just for the LPU. The LPU tour in 2003 wasn't LPU only.

 

Yes they tried, absolutely no cameras were allowed. They literally almost killed people who made crappy cellphone photos of the new stage design while waiting inside in line for the M&G.

But these days it's impossible, they can't deny cellphones etc. inside.

 

Seriously guys don't worry so much about the damn setlists. This will be a special show either way. Maybe they will just play BID maybe more, and if they do it will be fuckin epic. Who knows how much more shows they'll even play in the US after the Civic tour before they go back to the studio.

But I have to agree about the price. Even if that includes a donation for MFR or whatever, not very cheap. It's almost the same as the Civic Tour.

If it doesn't cost you a fortune to travel to the show, go see it! I wouldn't miss that chance.

There you have your pre-album release show you always complained about that they only do it in Europe.

gotcha, didn't know that the '03 LPU tour was for non-members too.

 

reposting whole message for its positivity.

it'll be an ace show regardless of what they do and don't play. big band in tiny venue and the same price as HCT, i'd far rather pay to see that than another arena show

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gotcha, didn't know that the '03 LPU tour was for non-members too.

 

reposting whole message for its positivity.

it'll be an ace show regardless of what they do and don't play. big band in tiny venue and the same price as HCT, i'd far rather pay to see that than another arena show

 

This is my main point. I could have chosen to go to San Diego, but its just "another" arena show. I've had enough arena / amphitheater / festival LP shows, I want something unique. Now I have it.

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