February 26, 2008 17:12

Stone Temple Pilots, Linkin Park, Bravery for Edgefest

Canadian festival returns after taking a year off

Stone Temple Pilots, Linkin Park, Bravery for Edgefest
Stone Temple Pilots, Linkin Park and The Bravery are set to play the 2008 Edgefest in Toronto.

The festival debuted in 1987 and is the longest running rock show in
Canada, but took a year off last year.

It will take place at Downsview Park in Toronto and will feature performances, the Flatliners, and the Stereoghoax.

As previously reported, Stone Temple Pilots recently announced they were reuniting and will play a show at the Rock On The Range festival in Ohio in May.

Edgefest is only the second Stone Temple Pilots show to be announced since the alt-rock band recently revealed it was reuniting. The group will also play May 17 at the Rock on the Range festival in Columbus, OH.

--By our New York staff.
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