December 13, 2001 11:28

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Linkin Park have confirmed final details of the 'PROJEKT REVOLUTION TOUR' across the US.

The shows are aimed at showcasing an eclectic variety of music, and will feature Cypress Hill and nu-metal band Adema.

The tour calls at: Colorado Springs World Arena (January 29)
Valley Center Kansas Coliseum (30)
Chicago UIC Pavillion (February 1)
Madison Alliant Energy Center (2)
Detroit Cobo Arena (4)
Dayton Nutter Center (5)
Wilkes-Barre First Union Arena (7)
Uniondale Nassau Coliseum (8)
State College Bryce Jordan Center (9)
Lowell Tsongas Arena (11)
Philadelphia Spectrum (13)
Little Rock Alltel Center (16)
Fort Worth Convention Center (17)
Oklahoma City (venue tba) (18)
Albuquerque Tinley Coliseum (20)
Long Beach Arena (22)
Las Vegas Thomas & Mack (23)
San Diego Cox Arena (24)

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