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  1. 2008.08.17 Noblesville, Indiana

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    2008
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    08/17/2008
    2008/20080816
    2008/20080817
    2008/20080819
    Noblesville
    Indiana
    IN
    United States
    US
    Verizon Wireless Music Center
    Amphitheatre
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    Projekt Revolution Tour
    Main Stage

    Chris Cornell, The Bravery, ASHES dIVIDE, Street Drum Corps

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    Source 0: Audio - SBD (LP LIVE)

    Time: 89:31 mins

    Format: mp3 / 320 kbit/s

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    One Step Closer
    Street Drum Corps Intro: 6th Street Bridge; Gunshot Intro #2; Ext. Outro
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    Lying From You
    2008 Intro
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    Somewhere I Belong
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    No More Sorrow
    Long Intro
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    Papercut
    Long Intro
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    Points Of Authority
    Intro #1 w/ Petrified Verse 1; Outro w/ There They Go Verse 1
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    Wake 2.0
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    Given Up
    Ext. Outro
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    From The Inside
    Ext. Intro
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    Leave Out All The Rest
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    Numb
    Keyboard Transition Outro
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    The Little Things Give You Away
    Keyboard Intro
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    Breaking The Habit
    Acapella Outro
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    Shadow Of The Day
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    Crawling
    Krwlng Intro w/ Hands Held High Verse 1; Chris Cornell
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    In The End
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    What I've Done
    AMBO Intro
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    Faint
    Ext. Outro
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    Bleed It Out
    2008 Drum Solo Intro; Ext. Bridge & Ending w/ Street Drum Corps

    - Mike rapped verse one of 'Petrified' over the intro of 'Points Of Authority' and verse one of 'There They Go' over the outro.

    - Mike rapped the first verse of 'Hands Held High' over the Reanimated intro to 'Crawling'. Chris Cornell then joined the band for the song and sang the entire second verse, the outro, and Aaron's harmonies.

    - Street Drum Corps performed on the intro to 'One Step Closer', and came back out on the bridge of 'Bleed It Out'.

    - Chester did not join Chris Cornell for 'Hunger Strike' because he was feeling sick.

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  2. 2008.10.21 Macau, Macau

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    2008
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    10/21/2008
    2008/20081019
    2008/20081021
    2009/20090617
    Macau
    Macau
    MO
    Macau
    MO
    Cotai Arena @ The Venetian Resort
    Arena
    http://www.venetianmacao.com/entertainment/show-venues/cotai-arena.html
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    - On October 7, 2008, the band posted the following statement on linkinpark.com: "Linkin Park has been forced to cancel their upcoming Music For Relief Concerts in Mainland China, Macau and Taipei as lead vocalist Chester Bennington has sustained a back injury and is under doctor's orders to refrain from traveling or any physical activities. Linkin Park sincerely regrets this unavoidable cancellation and apologizes to fans for any disappointment caused. Tickets will be refunded at point of purchase.

     

    The concerts were organized as fundraisers to benefit Sichuan, an area ravaged by a devastating earthquake this past May. However, thanks to generous donations from concert promoter Emma Ticketmaster and Linkin Park, funds will still be contributed to the band's nonprofit organization, Music for Relief, and matched by the World Bank. These funds will benefit post-earthquake reconstruction projects in the Sichuan Province initiated by Chinese Civil Society Organizations.

     

    The cancelled shows are as follows:

    Oct. 12 - Shanghai, China - Shanghai Stadium

    Oct. 15 - Wuhan, China - Xinhua Stadium

    Oct. 17 - Taipei, Taiwan - Taipei Soccer Stadium

    Oct. 19 - Beijing, China - Beijing Workers Stadium

    Oct. 21 - Macau, China Cotai Arena - The Venetian"

    - This show was made up at the same venue on August 16, 2009.

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  3. 2008.06.15 Interlaken, Switzerland

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    06/15/2008
    2008/20080614
    2008/20080615
    2008/20080617
    Interlaken
    Bern
    CH
    Switzerland
    CH
    Flughafen Interlaken
    Outdoor
    Festival:
    Greenfield
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    Minutes To Midnight European Tour
    Main Stage

    FUSSBALL EM (After LP), Nofx, Beatsteaks, Panteon Rococo, The Bianca Story, Schwellheim

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    - This show was canceled on the previous day with an announcement from the band on their website reading, "We have been forced to cancel tonight's concert at the Hultsfred Festival in Sweden and tomorrow night's show at the Greenfields Festival in Interlaken, Switzerland as guitarist Brad Delson is ill and under doctor's orders to rest for a few days. We sincerely regret this unavoidable cancellation and apologize to fans for any disappointment caused."

    - Bad Religion played Linkin Park's spot at the show.

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  4. 2008.03.01 Albuquerque, New Mexico

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    01
    03/01/2008
    2008/20080229
    2008/20080301
    2008/20080302
    Albuquerque
    New Mexico
    NM
    United States
    US
    Tingley Coliseum
    Arena
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    Minutes To Midnight North American Tour

    Coheed And Cambria, Chiodos

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    - On March 1, 2008, the band posted the following statement on linkinpark.com: "Linkin Park has been forced to cancel tonight’s concert at the Tingley Coliseum in Albuquerque and tomorrow night’s show at the Don Haskins Center in El Paso, as lead vocalist Chester Bennington has been diagnosed with tracheobronchitis and is under doctor’s orders to rest his voice for a few days. Linkin Park sincerely regrets this unavoidable cancellation and apologizes to fans for any disappointment caused. All tickets will be refunded from point of purchase."

    - This show was rescheduled for August 6, 2008 at the Journal Pavilion, which was not a part of the Projekt Revolution Tour going on at that time.

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  5. 2008.06.24 Istanbul, Turkey

    2008
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    06/24/2008
    2008/20080622
    2008/20080624-1
    2008/20080624
    Istanbul
    Istanbul
    TR
    Turkey
    TR
    Kuruçesme Arena
    Amphitheatre
    http://turkcellkurucesmearena.com/
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    Minutes To Midnight European Tour
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    - At the time, Music For Relief would auction off a pair of M&G passes for the band each show via an online eBay auction, which usually went for a significant amount of money. In the case of this show, Music For Relief posted eBay auctions for most shows on the band's European Tour in June 2008 all at once. This show in Istanbul was listed at Kuruçesme Arena. However, once we reported on the show, the auction was removed and a show in Mannheim, Germany for the same day was added at a later date. Linkin Park ended up later kicking off their 2009 Summer Tour in Istanbul, but at Istanbul Park.

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  6. 2008.06.14 Hultsfred, Sweden

    2008
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    06/14/2008
    2008/20080613
    2008/20080614
    2008/20080615
    Hultsfred
    Kalmar
    SE
    Sweden
    SE
    Hultsfred Folkets Park
    Outdoor
    http://www.hultsfred.se/
    Festival:
    Hultsfred
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    Minutes To Midnight European Tour
    Main Stage

    Blood Red Shoes, Håkan Hellström, The Hives, Danko Jones, Robyn, The Donnas, Mustasch, The Haunted, Dead By April

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    - The Linkin Park stage was already set up with fans in the crowd before this show was cancelled.

    - There were three announcements on the cancellation of this show. First, Linkin Park posted an announcement on the band's website that read, "We have been forced to cancel tonight's concert at the Hultsfred Festival in Sweden and tomorrow night's show at the Greenfields Festival in Interlaken, Switzerland as guitarist Brad Delson is ill and under doctor's orders to rest for a few days. We sincerely regret this unavoidable cancellation and apologize to fans for any disappointment caused." Next, Mike updated his blog to say, "to all the swedish fans: we are extremely sorry about the cancellation of the show tonight. we all sincerely wanted to come and play for you, but our boy brad is sick. this afternoon, the doctor ordered that brad not travel, so the show became an impossibility. we were obviously very disappointed and frustrated. we rarely cancel, and i know this is the second time we've had to cancel playing there. the band feels very bad about this uncontrollable situation, and hope to make it up to you as soon as we can…", and finally the band released a statement to Swedish press saying, "We are immensely disappointed and frustrated to be unable to play for you at Hultsfred today. We were so looking forward to entertaining and experiencing the crowd at your amazing festival but illness means it is totally impossible. We hope to make it up to all our Swedish fans as soon as we can."

    - As mentioned above, this was the second time that the band had to cancel their appearance at the festival, the first coming in 2003.

    - With all festivals, we list the other bands that were playing before Linkin Park on the same stage. In the case of this show, we are unsure of who exactly was on the Main Stage before LP. If you have any information and can help us out, please let us know! We have narrowed it down to most of these bands likely playing on the same day as Linkin Park.

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  7. 2008.03.02 El Paso, Texas

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    03/02/2008
    2008/20080301
    2008/20080302
    2008/20080304
    El Paso
    Texas
    TX
    United States
    US
    Don Haskins Center
    Arena
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    Minutes To Midnight North American Tour

    Coheed And Cambria, Chiodos

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    - On March 1, 2008, the band posted the following statement on linkinpark.com: "Linkin Park has been forced to cancel tonight’s concert at the Tingley Coliseum in Albuquerque and tomorrow night’s show at the Don Haskins Center in El Paso, as lead vocalist Chester Bennington has been diagnosed with tracheobronchitis and is under doctor’s orders to rest his voice for a few days. Linkin Park sincerely regrets this unavoidable cancellation and apologizes to fans for any disappointment caused. All tickets will be refunded from point of purchase."

    - This show was never rescheduled, unlike the Albuquerque show.

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  8. 2008.10.17 Taipei, Taiwan

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    10/17/2008
    2008/20081015
    2008/20081017
    2008/20081019
    Taipei
    Taipei
    TW
    Taiwan
    TW
    Zhōngshān Soccer Stadium
    Stadium
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zhongshan_Soccer_Stadium
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    Music For Relief Sichuan Benefit Tour
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    - On October 7, 2008, the band posted the following statement on linkinpark.com: "Linkin Park has been forced to cancel their upcoming Music For Relief Concerts in Mainland China, Macau and Taipei as lead vocalist Chester Bennington has sustained a back injury and is under doctor's orders to refrain from traveling or any physical activities. Linkin Park sincerely regrets this unavoidable cancellation and apologizes to fans for any disappointment caused. Tickets will be refunded at point of purchase.

     

    The concerts were organized as fundraisers to benefit Sichuan, an area ravaged by a devastating earthquake this past May. However, thanks to generous donations from concert promoter Emma Ticketmaster and Linkin Park, funds will still be contributed to the band's nonprofit organization, Music for Relief, and matched by the World Bank. These funds will benefit post-earthquake reconstruction projects in the Sichuan Province initiated by Chinese Civil Society Organizations.

     

    The cancelled shows are as follows:

    Oct. 12 - Shanghai, China - Shanghai Stadium

    Oct. 15 - Wuhan, China - Xinhua Stadium

    Oct. 17 - Taipei, Taiwan - Taipei Soccer Stadium

    Oct. 19 - Beijing, China - Beijing Workers Stadium

    Oct. 21 - Macau, China Cotai Arena - The Venetian"

    - This show was made up on August 13, 2009 when the band played Taipei's Country Stadium for the 2009 Summer Rock Summit.

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  9. 2008.10.19 Beijing, China

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    10/19/2008
    2008/20081017
    2008/20081019
    2008/20081021
    Beijing
    Beijing
    CN
    China
    CN
    Beijing Workers' Stadium
    Stadium
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Workers_Stadium
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    Music For Relief Sichuan Benefit Tour

    Mayday

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    - On October 7, 2008, the band posted the following statement on linkinpark.com: "Linkin Park has been forced to cancel their upcoming Music For Relief Concerts in Mainland China, Macau and Taipei as lead vocalist Chester Bennington has sustained a back injury and is under doctor's orders to refrain from traveling or any physical activities. Linkin Park sincerely regrets this unavoidable cancellation and apologizes to fans for any disappointment caused. Tickets will be refunded at point of purchase.

     

    The concerts were organized as fundraisers to benefit Sichuan, an area ravaged by a devastating earthquake this past May. However, thanks to generous donations from concert promoter Emma Ticketmaster and Linkin Park, funds will still be contributed to the band's nonprofit organization, Music for Relief, and matched by the World Bank. These funds will benefit post-earthquake reconstruction projects in the Sichuan Province initiated by Chinese Civil Society Organizations.

     

    The cancelled shows are as follows:

    Oct. 12 - Shanghai, China - Shanghai Stadium

    Oct. 15 - Wuhan, China - Xinhua Stadium

    Oct. 17 - Taipei, Taiwan - Taipei Soccer Stadium

    Oct. 19 - Beijing, China - Beijing Workers Stadium

    Oct. 21 - Macau, China Cotai Arena - The Venetian"

    - This show was not made up.

    - The opening band for this show, Mayday, was scheduled to be a "co-headliner" with a 90 minute set, the same length as Linkin Park. Mayday was also playing the Shanghai show with the band.

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  10. 2008.10.15 Wuhan, China

    2008
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    10/15/2008
    2008/20081012
    2008/20081015
    2008/20081017
    Wuhan
    Hubei
    CN
    China
    CN
    Xinhua Lu Stadium
    Stadium
    http://www.soccerwiki.org/stadium.php?stadiumdid=1128
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    Music For Relief Sichuan Benefit Tour

    Chang Chen-yue

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    - On October 7, 2008, the band posted the following statement on linkinpark.com: "Linkin Park has been forced to cancel their upcoming Music For Relief Concerts in Mainland China, Macau and Taipei as lead vocalist Chester Bennington has sustained a back injury and is under doctor's orders to refrain from traveling or any physical activities. Linkin Park sincerely regrets this unavoidable cancellation and apologizes to fans for any disappointment caused. Tickets will be refunded at point of purchase.

     

    The concerts were organized as fundraisers to benefit Sichuan, an area ravaged by a devastating earthquake this past May. However, thanks to generous donations from concert promoter Emma Ticketmaster and Linkin Park, funds will still be contributed to the band's nonprofit organization, Music for Relief, and matched by the World Bank. These funds will benefit post-earthquake reconstruction projects in the Sichuan Province initiated by Chinese Civil Society Organizations.

     

    The cancelled shows are as follows:

    Oct. 12 - Shanghai, China - Shanghai Stadium

    Oct. 15 - Wuhan, China - Xinhua Stadium

    Oct. 17 - Taipei, Taiwan - Taipei Soccer Stadium

    Oct. 19 - Beijing, China - Beijing Workers Stadium

    Oct. 21 - Macau, China Cotai Arena - The Venetian"

    - This show was not made up.

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