hahninator Posted May 7, 2013 Share Posted May 7, 2013 With the addition of a show in the Philippines, we wanted to create a post about countries that have gone the longest period of time between Linkin Park shows. This is what we came up with: Belgium 2001-2011 (10 years) Malaysia 2003-now (10 years) Mexico 2002-2012 (10 years) Philippines 2004-2013 (9 years) Scotland 2004-now (9 years) Indonesia 2004-2011 (7 years) Netherlands 2001-2007 (6 years) Brazil 2004-2010 (6 years) And of course, there are countries that haven't been fortunate enough to get a show by the band yet, such as India, Lebanon, Vietnam, Serbia, Luxembourg, Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, etc. The band is still making its way to new places each touring cycle though: Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, Finland, and Turkey during the MTM Touring Cycle, Argentina, Chile, United Arab Emirates, and Israel during the ATS Touring Cycle, and Romania and Ukraine so far on the LIVING THINGS Touring Cycle. One thing worth mentioning is that Sweden is the only country in the world that has had MORE canceled shows by Linkin Park than shows PLAYED by Linkin Park. In 2001, 2003 and 2008 they had canceled shows (one each of those years), while the band managed to play the country in 2007 and 2011. Lastly, there are states in the USA that the band has either never played or hasn't been to in a while. Besides Alaska and Hawaii, Linkin Park has never played in Delaware, North Dakota, Vermont, West Virginia, or Wyoming. While Iowa was fortunate enough to get four shows in 2000, one in 2001 and one in 2003 (six in four years), the band has not returned since 2003. Here are a list of those states that haven't had a show in a while: Rhode Island 2001-now (12 years) Alabama 2001-now (12 years) Mississippi 2001-now (12 years) South Carolina 2001-now (12 years) Louisiana 2003-now (10 years) Montana 2003-now (10 years) South Dakota 2003-now (10 years) Idaho 2003-now (10 years) Iowa 2003-now (10 years) Arkansas 2004-now (9 years) Oregon 2004-now (9 years) We hope you enjoyed these stats! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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