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  1. 2003.04.28 Council Bluffs, Iowa

    2003
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    28
    04/28/2003
    2003/20030426
    2003/20030428
    2003/20030429
    Council Bluffs
    Iowa
    IA
    United States
    US
    Mid-America Center
    Arena
    http://www.midamericacenter.com/
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    Projekt Revolution Tour

    Mudvayne, Xzibit, Blindside

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    - On March 31, 2003, the band's website and the Projekt Revolution website posted, "Due to a scheduling conflict with Linkin Park’s video shoot for their second Meteora single, they had to postpone two of the Projekt Revolution tour dates- ValleyCenter, KS and Council Bluffs, IA. They plan to reschedule both these tour dates this summer- so stay tuned for more information."

    - The show was rescheduled in the middle of the Summer Sanitarium Tour on July 29, 2003 at the same venue.

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  2. 2003.04.29 Valley Center, Kansas

    2003
    04
    29
    04/29/2003
    2003/20030428
    2003/20030429
    2003/20030430
    Valley Center
    Kansas
    KS
    United States
    US
    Kansas Coliseum
    Arena
    http://www.kansascoliseum.com/
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    Projekt Revolution Tour

    Mudvayne, Xzibit, Blindside

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    - On March 31, 2003, the band's website and the Projekt Revolution website posted, "Due to a scheduling conflict with Linkin Park’s video shoot for their second Meteora single, they had to postpone two of the Projekt Revolution tour dates- ValleyCenter, KS and Council Bluffs, IA. They plan to reschedule both these tour dates this summer- so stay tuned for more information."

    - The show was rescheduled in the middle of the Summer Sanitarium Tour on July 30, 2003 at the same venue.

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  3. 2003.04.30 North Little Rock, Arkansas

    2003
    04
    30
    04/30/2003
    2003/20030429
    2003/20030430
    2003/20030607
    North Little Rock
    Arkansas
    AR
    United States
    US
    Alltel Arena
    Arena
    http://www.verizonarena.com/‎
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    Projekt Revolution Tour

    Mudvayne, Xzibit, Blindside

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    - This show was originally announced on the band's website and the Projekt Revolution website along with the rest of the tour. However, when it was announced that the two shows before this one were being postponed, this show disappeared without a trace from the tour itinerary. No announcement was made about it being cancelled. The announcement for the two shows before it read, "Due to a scheduling conflict with Linkin Park’s video shoot for their second Meteora single, they had to postpone two of the Projekt Revolution tour dates- ValleyCenter, KS and Council Bluffs, IA. They plan to reschedule both these tour dates this summer- so stay tuned for more information." The music video for 'Faint' was shot on this day, the 30th, in Los Angeles, so we can assume that the shoot is the reason this show was cancelled.

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  4. 2003.06.07 Adenau, Rheinland-Pfalz

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    , Yes,
    2003
    06
    07
    06/07/2003
    2003/20030430
    2003/20030607
    2003/20030608
    Adenau
    Rheinland-Pfalz
    RP
    Germany
    DE
    Nürburgring
    Outdoor
    http://www.rock-am-ring.com/
    Festival:
    Rock am Ring
    0
    Meteora European Tour
    Centerstage

    Placebo (replacement for Linkin Park), Audioslave, Evanescence, Apocalyptica, Stone Sour, Clawfinger, Emil Bulls

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    - On June 2, 2003, an announcement on the band's website stated, "Chester Bennington, vocalist for the rock band Linkin Park was admitted to a Los Angeles area hospital last Friday afternoon after an attack of severe back and abdominal pains. Bennington remains hospitalized as doctors are still trying to determine the cause of these ailments. All touring and video shoot plans in Europe have been put on hold this month as we make sure Chester fully recovers. We wish him the best, and will keep everyone posted as to his condition."

    - Linkin Park, Limp Bizkit, 3 Doors Down and Steve-0 (who was still in jail) all canceled their appearances at Rock am Ring and Rock im Park 2003. Placebo was the official replacement announced on the 4th before the festival. Pinkpop switched its schedule around (after being asked by MLK) to make Placebo be able to play Rock am Ring and Rock im Park so that their gear is there in time.

    First of all I'd like to thank everyone from fans & bands to my friends, and the hospital staff who have been very supportive and understanding of my situation. I finally got out of the hospital over the weekend after 9 days, and the doctor instructed me to rest for the next 2 - 3 weeks. Right now it seems like it was some bacteria or virus that spread throughout my intestines and body, putting me in intense pain. It also would not let me eat for a week. My doctors and nurses were amazing, and very helpful during my stay.

     

    We are working on when we will be making up the missed European headline dates, and I am really bummed we had to miss the festivals. I plan on playing our warm up show in Las Vegas on June 27th, and ripping everyone's face off this summer on SUMMER SANITARIUM. I also wanted to say I truly appreciate the tens of thousands of get-well emails I got from fans. Our fans really are the best in the world.

     

    -Chester

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  5. 2003.06.08 Nürnberg, Bayern

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    2003
    06
    08
    06/08/2003
    2003/20030607
    2003/20030608
    2003/20030609
    Nürnberg
    Bayern
    BY
    Germany
    DE
    Frankenstadion
    Stadium
    http://www.rock-im-park.com/
    Festival:
    Rock im Park
    0
    Meteora European Tour
    Centerstage

    Placebo (replacement for Linkin Park), Audioslave, Evanescence, Apocalyptica, Stone Sour, Ministry, Emil Bulls

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    cancelledshow
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    - On June 2, 2003, an announcement on the band's website stated, "Chester Bennington, vocalist for the rock band Linkin Park was admitted to a Los Angeles area hospital last Friday afternoon after an attack of severe back and abdominal pains. Bennington remains hospitalized as doctors are still trying to determine the cause of these ailments. All touring and video shoot plans in Europe have been put on hold this month as we make sure Chester fully recovers. We wish him the best, and will keep everyone posted as to his condition."

    - Linkin Park, Limp Bizkit, 3 Doors Down and Steve-0 (who was still in jail) all canceled their appearances at Rock am Ring and Rock im Park 2003. Placebo was the official replacement announced on the 4th before the festival. Pinkpop switched its schedule around (after being asked by MLK) to make Placebo be able to play Rock am Ring and Rock im Park so that their gear is there in time.

    First of all I'd like to thank everyone from fans & bands to my friends, and the hospital staff who have been very supportive and understanding of my situation. I finally got out of the hospital over the weekend after 9 days, and the doctor instructed me to rest for the next 2 - 3 weeks. Right now it seems like it was some bacteria or virus that spread throughout my intestines and body, putting me in intense pain. It also would not let me eat for a week. My doctors and nurses were amazing, and very helpful during my stay.

     

    We are working on when we will be making up the missed European headline dates, and I am really bummed we had to miss the festivals. I plan on playing our warm up show in Las Vegas on June 27th, and ripping everyone's face off this summer on SUMMER SANITARIUM. I also wanted to say I truly appreciate the tens of thousands of get-well emails I got from fans. Our fans really are the best in the world.

     

    -Chester

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  6. 2003.06.09 Landgraaf, Netherlands

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    2003
    06
    09
    06/09/2003
    2003/20030608
    2003/20030609
    2003/20030611
    Landgraaf
    Limburg
    NL
    Netherlands
    NL
    Megaland
    Outdoor
    http://www.pinkpop.nl/
    Festival:
    Pinkpop
    0
    Meteora European Tour
    Zuidpodium

    Manu Chao, Queens Of The Stone Age, Evanescence (replacement for Linkin Park), Krezip, The Cardigans, Beef

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    - On June 2, 2003, an announcement on the band's website stated, "Chester Bennington, vocalist for the rock band Linkin Park was admitted to a Los Angeles area hospital last Friday afternoon after an attack of severe back and abdominal pains. Bennington remains hospitalized as doctors are still trying to determine the cause of these ailments. All touring and video shoot plans in Europe have been put on hold this month as we make sure Chester fully recovers. We wish him the best, and will keep everyone posted as to his condition."

    - Evanescence replaced Linkin Park on the bill. Queens Of The Stone Age switched their set time with Evanescence for this to happen.

    First of all I'd like to thank everyone from fans & bands to my friends, and the hospital staff who have been very supportive and understanding of my situation. I finally got out of the hospital over the weekend after 9 days, and the doctor instructed me to rest for the next 2 - 3 weeks. Right now it seems like it was some bacteria or virus that spread throughout my intestines and body, putting me in intense pain. It also would not let me eat for a week. My doctors and nurses were amazing, and very helpful during my stay.

     

    We are working on when we will be making up the missed European headline dates, and I am really bummed we had to miss the festivals. I plan on playing our warm up show in Las Vegas on June 27th, and ripping everyone's face off this summer on SUMMER SANITARIUM. I also wanted to say I truly appreciate the tens of thousands of get-well emails I got from fans. Our fans really are the best in the world.

     

    -Chester

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  7. 2003.06.11 Copenhagen, Denmark

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    11
    06/11/2003
    2003/20030609
    2003/20030611
    2003/20030612
    Copenhagen
    Hovedstaden
    DK
    Denmark
    DK
    Forum
    Arena
    http://www.forumcopenhagen.dk/
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    - On June 2, 2003, an announcement on the band's website stated, "Chester Bennington, vocalist for the rock band Linkin Park was admitted to a Los Angeles area hospital last Friday afternoon after an attack of severe back and abdominal pains. Bennington remains hospitalized as doctors are still trying to determine the cause of these ailments. All touring and video shoot plans in Europe have been put on hold this month as we make sure Chester fully recovers. We wish him the best, and will keep everyone posted as to his condition."

    First of all I'd like to thank everyone from fans & bands to my friends, and the hospital staff who have been very supportive and understanding of my situation. I finally got out of the hospital over the weekend after 9 days, and the doctor instructed me to rest for the next 2 - 3 weeks. Right now it seems like it was some bacteria or virus that spread throughout my intestines and body, putting me in intense pain. It also would not let me eat for a week. My doctors and nurses were amazing, and very helpful during my stay.

     

    We are working on when we will be making up the missed European headline dates, and I am really bummed we had to miss the festivals. I plan on playing our warm up show in Las Vegas on June 27th, and ripping everyone's face off this summer on SUMMER SANITARIUM. I also wanted to say I truly appreciate the tens of thousands of get-well emails I got from fans. Our fans really are the best in the world.

     

    -Chester

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  8. 2003.06.12 Hultsfred, Sweden

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    12
    06/12/2003
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    2003/20030612
    2003/20030613
    Hultsfred
    Kalmar
    SE
    Sweden
    SE
    Hultsfred Folkets Park
    Outdoor
    http://www.hultsfredsfestivalen.se/
    Festival:
    Hultsfred
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    25,318
    Meteora European Tour
    Hawaii

    Massive Attack, Dave Gahan, In Flames (replacing Linkin Park), Looptroop Rockers

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    - On June 2, 2003, an announcement on the band's website stated, "Chester Bennington, vocalist for the rock band Linkin Park was admitted to a Los Angeles area hospital last Friday afternoon after an attack of severe back and abdominal pains. Bennington remains hospitalized as doctors are still trying to determine the cause of these ailments. All touring and video shoot plans in Europe have been put on hold this month as we make sure Chester fully recovers. We wish him the best, and will keep everyone posted as to his condition."

    - The band unfortunately had to cancel their 2008 appearance at the same festival, making it the only festival they have cancelled twice on. In 2008, it was due to Brad being sick.

    - In Flames replaced Linkin Park on the bill. They wore self made "LINKIN FLAMES" shirts on stage since they are fans of the band. Xzibit also canceled.

    - This was going to be Linkin Park's first show in Sweden, after a Stockholm show in 2001 was canceled. The band's first show in Sweden did not come until May 2007.

    First of all I'd like to thank everyone from fans & bands to my friends, and the hospital staff who have been very supportive and understanding of my situation. I finally got out of the hospital over the weekend after 9 days, and the doctor instructed me to rest for the next 2 - 3 weeks. Right now it seems like it was some bacteria or virus that spread throughout my intestines and body, putting me in intense pain. It also would not let me eat for a week. My doctors and nurses were amazing, and very helpful during my stay.

     

    We are working on when we will be making up the missed European headline dates, and I am really bummed we had to miss the festivals. I plan on playing our warm up show in Las Vegas on June 27th, and ripping everyone's face off this summer on SUMMER SANITARIUM. I also wanted to say I truly appreciate the tens of thousands of get-well emails I got from fans. Our fans really are the best in the world.

     

    -Chester

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  9. 2003.06.13 Oslo, Norway

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    2003
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    13
    06/13/2003
    2003/20030612
    2003/20030613
    2003/20030615
    Oslo
    Oslo
    NO
    Norway
    NO
    Frognerbadet @ Vigeland Park
    Outdoor
    http://www.norwegianwood.no/
    Festival:
    Norwegian Wood
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    Meteora European Tour
    Hawaii Stage

    Dave Gahan (replacing Linkin Park), Kaizers Orchestra (replacing The Sounds), The Rasmus

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    - On June 2, 2003, an announcement on the band's website stated, "Chester Bennington, vocalist for the rock band Linkin Park was admitted to a Los Angeles area hospital last Friday afternoon after an attack of severe back and abdominal pains. Bennington remains hospitalized as doctors are still trying to determine the cause of these ailments. All touring and video shoot plans in Europe have been put on hold this month as we make sure Chester fully recovers. We wish him the best, and will keep everyone posted as to his condition."

    - Dave Gahan replaced Linkin Park and Kaizers Orchestra replaced The Sounds. Tickets became $50 less due to Linkin Park canceling.

    First of all I'd like to thank everyone from fans & bands to my friends, and the hospital staff who have been very supportive and understanding of my situation. I finally got out of the hospital over the weekend after 9 days, and the doctor instructed me to rest for the next 2 - 3 weeks. Right now it seems like it was some bacteria or virus that spread throughout my intestines and body, putting me in intense pain. It also would not let me eat for a week. My doctors and nurses were amazing, and very helpful during my stay.

     

    We are working on when we will be making up the missed European headline dates, and I am really bummed we had to miss the festivals. I plan on playing our warm up show in Las Vegas on June 27th, and ripping everyone's face off this summer on SUMMER SANITARIUM. I also wanted to say I truly appreciate the tens of thousands of get-well emails I got from fans. Our fans really are the best in the world.

     

    -Chester

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  10. 2003.06.15 Berlin, Berlin

    , Yes,
    2003
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    15
    06/15/2003
    2003/20030613
    2003/20030615
    2003/20030616
    Berlin
    Berlin
    BE
    Germany
    DE
    Arena Treptow
    Arena
    http://www.arena-berlin.de/
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    Meteora European Tour
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    - On June 2, 2003, an announcement on the band's website stated, "Chester Bennington, vocalist for the rock band Linkin Park was admitted to a Los Angeles area hospital last Friday afternoon after an attack of severe back and abdominal pains. Bennington remains hospitalized as doctors are still trying to determine the cause of these ailments. All touring and video shoot plans in Europe have been put on hold this month as we make sure Chester fully recovers. We wish him the best, and will keep everyone posted as to his condition."

    - This show was made up on September 2, 2003 at the same venue.

    First of all I'd like to thank everyone from fans & bands to my friends, and the hospital staff who have been very supportive and understanding of my situation. I finally got out of the hospital over the weekend after 9 days, and the doctor instructed me to rest for the next 2 - 3 weeks. Right now it seems like it was some bacteria or virus that spread throughout my intestines and body, putting me in intense pain. It also would not let me eat for a week. My doctors and nurses were amazing, and very helpful during my stay.

     

    We are working on when we will be making up the missed European headline dates, and I am really bummed we had to miss the festivals. I plan on playing our warm up show in Las Vegas on June 27th, and ripping everyone's face off this summer on SUMMER SANITARIUM. I also wanted to say I truly appreciate the tens of thousands of get-well emails I got from fans. Our fans really are the best in the world.

     

    -Chester

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  11. 2003.06.16 Praha, Czech Republic

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    16
    06/16/2003
    2003/20030615
    2003/20030616
    2003/20030618
    Praha
    Praha
    CZ
    Czech Republic
    CZ
    T-Mobile Arena
    Arena
    http://tipsportarena-praha.cz/
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    Meteora European Tour
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    - On June 2, 2003, an announcement on the band's website stated, "Chester Bennington, vocalist for the rock band Linkin Park was admitted to a Los Angeles area hospital last Friday afternoon after an attack of severe back and abdominal pains. Bennington remains hospitalized as doctors are still trying to determine the cause of these ailments. All touring and video shoot plans in Europe have been put on hold this month as we make sure Chester fully recovers. We wish him the best, and will keep everyone posted as to his condition."

    - This show was made up on September 3, 2003 at the same venue.

    First of all I'd like to thank everyone from fans & bands to my friends, and the hospital staff who have been very supportive and understanding of my situation. I finally got out of the hospital over the weekend after 9 days, and the doctor instructed me to rest for the next 2 - 3 weeks. Right now it seems like it was some bacteria or virus that spread throughout my intestines and body, putting me in intense pain. It also would not let me eat for a week. My doctors and nurses were amazing, and very helpful during my stay.

     

    We are working on when we will be making up the missed European headline dates, and I am really bummed we had to miss the festivals. I plan on playing our warm up show in Las Vegas on June 27th, and ripping everyone's face off this summer on SUMMER SANITARIUM. I also wanted to say I truly appreciate the tens of thousands of get-well emails I got from fans. Our fans really are the best in the world.

     

    -Chester

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  12. 2003.06.18 Paris, France

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    2003
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    18
    06/18/2003
    2003/20030616
    2003/20030618
    2003/20030621
    Paris
    Île-de-France
    FR
    France
    FR
    Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
    Arena
    http://www.bercy.fr/
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    Meteora European Tour
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    - On June 2, 2003, an announcement on the band's website stated, "Chester Bennington, vocalist for the rock band Linkin Park was admitted to a Los Angeles area hospital last Friday afternoon after an attack of severe back and abdominal pains. Bennington remains hospitalized as doctors are still trying to determine the cause of these ailments. All touring and video shoot plans in Europe have been put on hold this month as we make sure Chester fully recovers. We wish him the best, and will keep everyone posted as to his condition."

    - This show was made up on September 6, 2003 at the same venue.

    First of all I'd like to thank everyone from fans & bands to my friends, and the hospital staff who have been very supportive and understanding of my situation. I finally got out of the hospital over the weekend after 9 days, and the doctor instructed me to rest for the next 2 - 3 weeks. Right now it seems like it was some bacteria or virus that spread throughout my intestines and body, putting me in intense pain. It also would not let me eat for a week. My doctors and nurses were amazing, and very helpful during my stay.

     

    We are working on when we will be making up the missed European headline dates, and I am really bummed we had to miss the festivals. I plan on playing our warm up show in Las Vegas on June 27th, and ripping everyone's face off this summer on SUMMER SANITARIUM. I also wanted to say I truly appreciate the tens of thousands of get-well emails I got from fans. Our fans really are the best in the world.

     

    -Chester

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  13. 2003.06.21 Barcelona, Spain

    , Yes,
    , Yes,
    2003
    06
    21
    06/21/2003
    2003/20030618
    2003/20030621
    2003/20030622
    Barcelona
    Cataluña
    ES
    Spain
    ES
    Estadio Olimpic de Barcelona
    Stadium
    http://www.doctormusicfestival.com/
    Festival:
    Doctor Music Day
    0
    Meteora European Tour

    Metallica, Evanescence (replacement for Linkin Park), Zwan, Tricky, Sôber, Stone Sour, InMe, Mucho Muchacho, Aina, David Holmes & Pablo Psychonaut

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    - On June 2, 2003, an announcement on the band's website stated, "Chester Bennington, vocalist for the rock band Linkin Park was admitted to a Los Angeles area hospital last Friday afternoon after an attack of severe back and abdominal pains. Bennington remains hospitalized as doctors are still trying to determine the cause of these ailments. All touring and video shoot plans in Europe have been put on hold this month as we make sure Chester fully recovers. We wish him the best, and will keep everyone posted as to his condition."

    - Evanescence replaced Linkin Park on the bill. LP was not headlining this festival; they were playing as direct support for Metallica.

    First of all I'd like to thank everyone from fans & bands to my friends, and the hospital staff who have been very supportive and understanding of my situation. I finally got out of the hospital over the weekend after 9 days, and the doctor instructed me to rest for the next 2 - 3 weeks. Right now it seems like it was some bacteria or virus that spread throughout my intestines and body, putting me in intense pain. It also would not let me eat for a week. My doctors and nurses were amazing, and very helpful during my stay.

     

    We are working on when we will be making up the missed European headline dates, and I am really bummed we had to miss the festivals. I plan on playing our warm up show in Las Vegas on June 27th, and ripping everyone's face off this summer on SUMMER SANITARIUM. I also wanted to say I truly appreciate the tens of thousands of get-well emails I got from fans. Our fans really are the best in the world.

     

    -Chester

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  14. 2003.06.22 Madrid, Spain

    , Yes,
    2003
    06
    22
    06/22/2003
    2003/20030621
    2003/20030622
    2003/20030623
    Madrid
    Comunidad de Madrid
    ES
    Spain
    ES
    Estadio La Peineta
    Arena
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estadio_La_Peineta
    Opening for Metallica
    , Yes,
    Meteora European Tour

    Metallica, Stone Sour, In Flames (replacement for Linkin Park)

    11
    12
    cancelledshow
    0
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    - On June 2, 2003, an announcement on the band's website stated, "Chester Bennington, vocalist for the rock band Linkin Park was admitted to a Los Angeles area hospital last Friday afternoon after an attack of severe back and abdominal pains. Bennington remains hospitalized as doctors are still trying to determine the cause of these ailments. All touring and video shoot plans in Europe have been put on hold this month as we make sure Chester fully recovers. We wish him the best, and will keep everyone posted as to his condition."

    - This show was made up on September 8, 2003 at the Vistalegre Bullring.

    - Linkin Park was not headlining this show. They were the direct support for Metallica. When they cancelled, In Flames replaced them and opened the show before Stone Sour.

    First of all I'd like to thank everyone from fans & bands to my friends, and the hospital staff who have been very supportive and understanding of my situation. I finally got out of the hospital over the weekend after 9 days, and the doctor instructed me to rest for the next 2 - 3 weeks. Right now it seems like it was some bacteria or virus that spread throughout my intestines and body, putting me in intense pain. It also would not let me eat for a week. My doctors and nurses were amazing, and very helpful during my stay.

     

    We are working on when we will be making up the missed European headline dates, and I am really bummed we had to miss the festivals. I plan on playing our warm up show in Las Vegas on June 27th, and ripping everyone's face off this summer on SUMMER SANITARIUM. I also wanted to say I truly appreciate the tens of thousands of get-well emails I got from fans. Our fans really are the best in the world.

     

    -Chester

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  15. 2003.07.19 Columbus, Ohio

    , Yes,
    , Yes,
    2003
    07
    19
    07/19/2003
    2003/20030718
    2003/20030719
    2003/20030720
    Columbus
    Ohio
    OH
    United States
    US
    Ohio Stadium
    Stadium
    http://www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com/facilities/ohio-stadium.html
    0
    Metallica's 'Summer Sanitarium' Tour

    Metallica, Limp Bizkit, *, Deftones, Mudvayne

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    15
    16
    17
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    19
    20
    21
    22
    23
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    25

    - If you happen to have or know a full or partial setlist for this show, please let us know!

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  16. 2003.07.22 Rochester, New York

    2003
    07
    22
    07/22/2003
    2003/20030720
    2003/20030722
    2003/20030725
    Rochester
    New York
    NY
    United States
    US
    Blue Cross Arena
    Arena
    http://www.bluecrossarena.com/
    Projekt Revolution Tour
    , Yes,
    Projekt Revolution Tour

    Mudvayne, Jurassic 5, Cold

    1
    3
    rescheduledshow
    , Yes,
    , Yes,
    01
    Don't Stay
    Foreword Intro
    02
    Somewhere I Belong
    03
    Lying From You
    04
    Papercut
    05
    Points Of Authority
    06
    Runaway
    07
    Faint
    08
    From The Inside
    09
    Figure.09
    10
    With You
    Reanimation-style
    11
    By Myself
    2003 Intro
    12
    P5hng Me A*wy
    13
    Numb
    14
    Crawling
    Short Krwlng Intro
    15
    In The End
    16
    17
    18
    19
    20
    21
    22
    23
    24
    25
    16
    A Place For My Head
    Ext. Intro & Bridge
    17
    One Step Closer
    Reanimated Bridge

    - This show was rescheduled from April 8, 2003. It was postponed due to a snowstorm.

    - A report by Yahoo News says, "Part of the rationale for deciding to postpone the date was the ordeal the band went through when traveling in a snowstorm during last year's Projekt Revolution tour. Vocalist Mike Shinoda, drummer Rob Bourdon, and guitarist Brad Delson had been on a separate plane from the rest of the band trying to get to a headlining tour date in Washington D.C., last year. Bourdon said that they came close to cancelling the show. "It was me Brad, and Mike that were stuck at the airport. And literally the show started," Bourdon said. "They were debating if they were going to start the show because we were stuck at the airport and there was a snowstorm coming in. That could have been a huge problem. We literally landed and got into the show probably like 15 minutes before we had to go on stage. It was really crazy. There was an arena full of people that had no idea we weren't even there yet, and we pulled it off." Bourdon said that openers Cypress Hill had started their set before he, Shinoda, and Delson even left for Washington D.C., and all the other show openers had already finished before then."

    - Chester came out during the Deftones' headlining show the day prior and sang 'My Own Summer' with them. This was the first known time (the other being in Denver later in the tour during Summer Sanitarium) that he joined them for the song in 2003.

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  17. 2003.07.25 St. Louis, Missouri

    2003
    07
    25
    07/25/2003
    2003/20030722
    2003/20030725
    2003/20030726
    St. Louis
    Missouri
    MO
    United States
    US
    Edward Jones Dome
    Stadium
    http://www.stlouisrams.com/edward-jones-dome/
    0
    Metallica's 'Summer Sanitarium' Tour

    Metallica, Limp Bizkit, *, Deftones, Mudvayne

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    - If you happen to have or know a full or partial setlist for this show, please let us know!

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  18. 2003.07.29 Council Bluffs, Iowa

    , Yes,
    2003
    07
    29
    07/29/2003
    2003/20030727
    2003/20030729
    2003/20030730
    Council Bluffs
    Iowa
    IA
    United States
    US
    Mid-America Center
    Arena
    http://www.midamericacenter.com/
    Projekt Revolution Tour
    , Yes,
    Projekt Revolution Tour

    Cold, Mudvayne

    2
    3
    rescheduledshow
    , Yes,
    , Yes,
    01
    Don't Stay
    Foreword Intro
    02
    Somewhere I Belong
    03
    Lying From You
    04
    Papercut
    05
    Points Of Authority
    06
    Runaway
    07
    Faint
    08
    From The Inside
    09
    Figure.09
    10
    With You
    Reanimated
    11
    By Myself
    2003 Intro
    12
    P5hng Me A*wy
    13
    Numb
    14
    Crawling
    Short Krwlng Intro
    15
    In The End
    16
    17
    18
    19
    20
    21
    22
    23
    24
    25
    16
    A Place For My Head
    Ext. Intro & Bridge
    17
    One Step Closer
    Reanimated Bridge

    - This show was rescheduled from April 28, 2003. It was postponed due to the band shooting the 'Faint' music video in Los Angeles during the end of the Projekt Revolution Tour.

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  19. 2003.07.30 Valley Center, Kansas

    , Yes,
    2003
    07
    30
    07/30/2003
    2003/20030729
    2003/20030730
    2003/20030801
    Valley Center
    Kansas
    KS
    United States
    US
    Kansas Coliseum
    Arena
    http://www.kansascoliseum.com/
    Projekt Revolution Tour
    , Yes,
    Projekt Revolution Tour

    The JT Experience, Mudvayne, Cold

    3
    3
    rescheduledshow
    , Yes,
    , Yes,
    01
    Don't Stay
    Foreword Intro
    02
    Somewhere I Belong
    03
    Lying From You
    04
    Papercut
    05
    Points Of Authority
    06
    Runaway
    07
    Faint
    08
    From The Inside
    09
    Figure.09
    10
    With You
    Reanimation-style
    11
    By Myself
    2003 Intro
    12
    P5hng Me A*wy
    13
    Numb
    14
    Crawling
    Short Krwlng Intro
    15
    In The End
    16
    17
    18
    19
    20
    21
    22
    23
    24
    25
    16
    A Place For My Head
    Ext. Intro & Bridge
    17
    One Step Closer
    Reanimated Bridge

    - This show was rescheduled from April 29, 2003. It was postponed due to the band shooting the 'Faint' music video in Los Angeles during the end of the Projekt Revolution Tour.

    - Mudvayne's lead singer remarked at one point, "Mudvayne and Linkin Park, who would've thought? I guess it's the best of both worlds."

    - After Mudvayne, the audience was treated to The JT Experience, a friend of Linkin Park, who performed a three-song acoustic set (including a cover of Aha's "Take on Me"), which was a drastic change from the hard rock sound of Mudvayne and Cold. Amid boos and thrown objects, Chester ran out trying to shield him, and attempted to calm the crowd down. The JT Experience finished his set, despite bleeding from the face from something that was thrown. You can see two pictures of this event below, courtesy of Autumn H. The first picture is of JT playing, and the second is a picture of Chester running out to shield him.

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  20. 2003.08.01 Denver, Colorado

    , Yes,
    , Yes,
    2003
    08
    01
    08/01/2003
    2003/20030730
    2003/20030801
    2003/20030802
    Denver
    Colorado
    CO
    United States
    US
    Invesco Field at Mile High
    Stadium
    http://www.invescofieldatmilehigh.com/
    0
    Metallica's 'Summer Sanitarium' Tour

    Metallica, Limp Bizkit, *, Deftones, Mudvayne

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    - Chester came out during the Deftones' set and sang 'My Own Summer' with them. This was the second known time (after a Rochester Deftones headlining show earlier in the tour) that he joined them for the song in 2003.

    - If you happen to have or know a full or partial setlist for this show, please let us know!

    - A recording was listed for this show, being added in November 2014. When we received the files from the taper, it was actually the Limp Bizkit recording from this show. The taper confused the two, and ended up not recording Linkin Park at all. The source was removed in June 2015.

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  21. 2003.08.11 Los Angeles, California

    2003
    08
    11
    08/11/2003
    2003/20030810
    2003/20030811
    2003/20030820
    Los Angeles
    California
    CA
    United States
    US
    Jimmy Kimmel Live Outdoor Stage
    Outdoor
    http://abc.go.com/shows/jimmy-kimmel-live
    Event:
    Jimmy Kimmel Live
    0
    1
    1
    showwithsources

    Source 0: Video - PROSHOT (Official Release)

    Format: CD (Enhanced Content)

    Comments: ‘Faint’ & 'Don't Stay' only. Released on the LP Underground 3.0 CD.

     

    Source 1a: Video - PROSHOT (CityTV)

    Transfer: TV > Unknown Standalone > DVD

    Taper: Unknown

    Time: 7:48 mins

    Format: DVD M / 273 MB

    Sample: (Numb - 15 sec) - Download (right click and save)

    Comments: Incomplete. Only 'Faint', 'Numb' and a short interview.

     

    Source 1b: Video - PROSHOT (Internal VHS)

    Time: 22:12 mins

    Format: DVD M / 1.02 GB

    Comments: First six and a half songs only. Missing the second half of 'In The End' and all of 'One Step Closer' for an unknown reason.

     

    01
    Faint
    Yes
    Yes
    02
    Numb
    03
    Don't Stay
    Foreword Intro
    04
    Somewhere I Belong
    05
    Lying From You
    06
    Crawling
    Short Krwlng Intro
    07
    In The End
    08
    One Step Closer
    Reanimated Bridge
    08
    09

    - 'Faint' and 'Numb' were played first and broadcasted on TV. Jimmy Kimmel introduced both songs. After 'Faint', the band took a break for a commercial. After 'Numb', they continued on six more songs.

    - Mike went off the front of the stage to the barrier in front of the crowd on 'Lying From You' to let fans sing.

    - After 'Lying From You', Mike, Chester and Brad had the fans thank Jimmy, who was sitting on a couch to the side of the stage.

    - Chester went into the crowd on 'Crawling'.

    - Fans started lining up at 4:00am for the show. So many lined up that hundreds were left outside lining the streets - a first for the show, staff at Jimmy Kimmel said. People were even on top of a building across the street.

    - 'Faint' and 'Don't Stay' appear as videos on the 'LP Underground 3.0' CD's Enhanced Content.

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  22. 2003.08.21 London, England

    2003
    08
    21
    08/21/2003
    2003/20030820
    2003/20030821
    2003/20030822
    London
    England
    ENG
    England
    ENG
    Royal Lancaster Hotel
    Other
    http://www.lancasterlondon.com/‎
    Event:
    Kerrang! Awards
    0
    1
    1
    showwithsources

    Source 1: Video - PROSHOT (Unknown)

    Taper: Unknown

    Time: 4:20 mins (full show 48 mins)

    Format: DVD (low gen) / 155 MB (1.66 GB)

    Sample: (Faint - 15 sec) - Download (right click and save)

    Comments: Incomplete. Only 'Faint' and award winning.

    , Yes,
    , Yes,
    01
    Faint
    Rehearsal
    02
    Faint
    03
    From The Inside
    04
    A.06
    05
    06
    07
    08
    09
    10
    11
    12
    13
    14
    15
    16
    17
    18
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    25

    - After the UK Linkin Park fans in attendance shouted for it, the band played 'A.06' for them again like at the March 8, 2003 performance at London's CD:UK/Headliners.

    - Joe played a small (random) DJ set after a few songs in the middle of the performance.

    - Linkin Park won the award for "Best International Act." They were also nominated for "Best Single" with 'Faint.'

    - Thanks to lucyb85 from the LPU for the full setlist and the additional info.

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  23. 2003.08.22 Reading, England

    Yes
    Yes
    2003
    08
    22
    08/22/2003
    2003/20030821
    2003/20030822
    2003/20030823
    Reading
    England
    ENG
    England
    ENG
    Richfield Avenue
    Outdoor
    http://www.readingfestival.com/
    Festival:
    Reading
    0
    Meteora European Tour
    Main Stage

    Blink-182, Placebo, The Darkness (replacement for Jay-Z), Staind, The Datsuns, Less Than Jake, Finch, Bowling For Soup, InMe

    2
    9
    showwithsources

    Source 0: Audio - SBD (Official Release)

    Format: CD

    Comments: 'Crawling' only. Released on the 'Breaking The Habit' single.

     

    Source 1: Video - PROSHOT (MTV2 Europe)

    Time: 9:45 mins

    Format: SVCD / 178 MB

    Comments: 'Somewhere I Belong', 'In The End' and 'Numb'.

     

    Source 2: Video - AUD (MicroMV: Unknown Sony)

    Taper: Chris Adams (Master8uk)

    Time: 65 mins

    Format: DVD (M) / 1.45 GB or 1.61 GB (unedited version with blue scenes between)

    Sample: (Lying From You - 15 sec) - Download (right click and save)

    Comments: Left pit shot. Traders like this show a lot due to it being one of the only LP shows that was recorded from the 'pit.' A lot of crowd reaction is shown. Original master is around 4 GB.

    Yes
    Yes
    01
    Don't Stay
    Foreword Intro
    02
    Somewhere I Belong
    03
    Lying From You
    04
    Papercut
    05
    Points Of Authority
    06
    Runaway
    07
    Faint
    08
    From The Inside
    09
    Figure.09
    10
    With You
    Reanimation-style
    11
    By Myself
    2003 Intro
    12
    P5hng Me A*wy
    13
    Numb
    14
    Crawling
    Short Krwlng Intro
    15
    In The End
    16
    17
    18
    19
    20
    21
    22
    23
    24
    25
    16
    A Place For My Head
    Ext. Intro & Bridge
    17
    One Step Closer
    Reanimated Bridge; w/ Aaron Lewis

    - Aaron Lewis from Staind came out on 'One Step Closer.'

    - Chester remarked that the show was one that he'd one day be telling his grandchildren about.

    - 'Crawling' from this show was released on the 'Breaking The Habit' CD single.

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  24. 2003.08.23 Leeds, England

    , Yes,
    2003
    08
    23
    08/23/2003
    2003/20030822
    2003/20030823
    2003/20030828
    Leeds
    England
    ENG
    England
    ENG
    Bramham Park
    Outdoor
    http://www.leedsfestival.com/‎
    Festival:
    Leeds
    0
    Meteora European Tour
    Main Stage

    Blink-182, Placebo, The Darkness, Staind, The Datsuns, Less Than Jake, Finch, Bowling For Soup, InMe

    3
    9
    showwithoutsources
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    Unknown
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    11
    12
    13
    14
    15
    16
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    18
    19
    20
    21
    22
    23
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    - If you happen to have or know a full or partial setlist for this show, please let us know!

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  25. 2003.08.31 Weeze, Nordrhein-Westfalen

    , Yes,
    , Yes,
    2003
    08
    31
    08/31/2003
    2003/20030828
    2003/20030831
    2003/20030902
    Weeze
    Nordrhein-Westfalen
    NW
    Germany
    DE
    Flughafen Niederrhein
    Outdoor
    http://www.airport-weeze.com/‎
    Festival:
    Terremoto
    0
    Meteora European Tour
    Hauptbühne 1

    Limp Bizkit, Turbonegro, Monster Magnet, Adema, Interpol, Radio 4, Raveonettes

    4
    9
    rescheduledshow

    Source 1: Audio - AUD (Unknown)

    Taper: Unknown

    Time: 57:14 mins

    Format: FLAC / 557 MB

    Comments: Incomplete - last two songs are missing. Lossless obtained in 2014, but is uncirculated.

    , Yes,
    , Yes,
    01
    Don't Stay
    Foreword Intro
    02
    Somewhere I Belong
    03
    Lying From You
    04
    Papercut
    05
    Points Of Authority
    06
    Runaway
    07
    Faint
    08
    From The Inside
    09
    Figure.09
    10
    With You
    Reanimation-style
    11
    By Myself
    2003 Intro
    12
    P5hng Me A*wy
    13
    Numb
    14
    Crawling
    Short Krwlng Intro
    15
    In The End
    16
    17
    18
    19
    20
    21
    22
    23
    24
    25
    16
    A Place For My Head
    Ext. Intro & Bridge
    17
    One Step Closer
    Reanimated Bridge

    - Linkin Park and Limp Bizkit, who both cancelled their Rock am Ring and Rock im Park 2003 performances, were brought to the festival by MLK (German promoter) due to the cancellations. This is why this show is listed as a rescheduled/makeup show.

    - Chester broke his left wrist (or hand, we are not sure) sometime just before this show. This was the first show that we know of where he had on a cast, which remained on for the rest of the European Tour shows.

    - This festival was always referred to as the "Bizarre Festival" until 2003, when it was legally forced to change its name to Terremoto.

    - The European Tour 2003 episode of LPTV released in 2007 has a clip of 'With You' from this show. Snippets of the show and an interview were shown on the MTV Terremoto special.

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