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Linkin Park has set dates for a pair of upcoming tours: the LP Underground tour, a March outing specifically for members of the group's fan club; and the Projekt Revolution 2003 tour, a package trek iLinkin Park has set dates for a pair of upcoming tours: the LP Underground tour, a March outing specifically for members of the group's fan club; and the Projekt Revolution 2003 tour, a package trek in April featuring Xzibit, Mudvayne, and Blindside.
The LP Underground tour, named after the group's fan club, is tailored to members of that organization. Card holders not only get first crack at tickets for the tour (via the club's official Web site), but admission to the shows is free to current LP Underground members, who will also have the chance to meet the band after each performance.
Tickets will be opened up to the public Tuesday (March 4). The tour, with support act Blindside, will start March 11 in Worcester, Mass., and cover 10 dates through a March 25 gig at Los Angeles' Wiltern Theatre. As previously reported, Linkin Park's new Warner Bros. album, "Meteora," will be released the same day.
The LP Underground jaunt only marks the beginning of Linkin Park's touring in support of "Meteora." The band has announced the cities and dates for its second annual Projekt Revolution tour, with venues to be finalized in the coming weeks. Check Linkin Park's official Web site for more information.
As previously reported, the group will then join Metallica and Limp Bizkit on the Summer Sanitarium tour, which kicks off July 4 in Pontiac, Mich.
Here are Linkin Park's tour dates:
March 11: Worcester, Mass. (Palladium)
March 12: New York (Roseland Ballroom)
March 14: Chicago (Riviera Theatre)
March 15: Minneapolis (Quest Club)
March 17: Detroit (State Theatre)
March 18: St. Louis (the Pageant)
March 20: Dallas (Bronco Bowl)
March 23: San Francisco (Warfield Theatre)
March 24-25: Los Angeles, CA (Wiltern Theatre)
April 8: Rochester, N.Y.
April 9: State College, Pa.
April 11: Evansville, Ind.
April 12: Memphis
April 13: New Orleans
April 15: El Paso, Texas
April 16: Albuquerque, N.M.
April 18: Phoenix
April 19: Tucson, Ariz.
April 21: Salt Lake City
April 22: Boise, Idaho
April 23: Spokane, Wash.
April 25: Billings, Mont.
April 26: Rapid City, S.D.
April 28: Council Bluffs, Iowa
April 29: Wichita, Kan.
April 30: Little Rock, Ark.