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LIMP BIZKIT have announced details of the second leg of their ANGER MANAGEMENT TOUR of the US, with support coming from rapper DMX and GODSMACK.
As previously revealed on NME.COM, Limp Bizkit announced three shows with DMX, Godsmack and Sinisstar in the US, starting in New Orleans on December 2.
However, the tour has now been expanded, and will form the second leg of the band’s ‘Anger Management’ tour, which is currently touring with Eminem and Papa Roach.
The second leg of the tour will play at:
Los Angeles Great Western Forum (November 24)
San Diego Sports Arena (26)
San Antonio Alamodome (28)
Houston Compaq Center (29)
Dallas Reunion Arena (30)
New Orleans Arena (December 2)
Birmingham BJCC (3)
Lexington Rupp Arena (6)
Detroit Joe Louis Arena (7)
Columbus Jerome Schottenstein Center (8)
Hartford Civic Center (9)
Washington MCI Center (10)
Additional support will come from Sinisstar at the shows in Detroit, New Orleans and San Diego.
Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst plans to bring the Anger Management tour to the UK, in full in April 2001.
Speaking in this week’s Melody Maker, Durst said: “I want to bring this whole production over there ‘cos I feel like a lot of US bands don’t when they go over there and tour. We haven’t been able to afford to go to the UK much before. But now we can afford it, I want to go over there and blow it up. I want the British people to see everything people will be seeing in the States.”
He continued: “I don’t know if we’ll be able to talk Eminem into coming over with us, but it would be awesome if we could. Wouldn’t that just be great? But I guarantee that whatever we bring will blow your fucking minds. It’ll be some of Britain‘s favourite bands.”