Billboard Bulletin reports that Interscope/Universal act Limp Bizkit has confirmed its biggest U.K. show to date. The band will headlines June 24 at the 60,000-capacity National Bowl in Milton Keynes,

Billboard Bulletin reports that Interscope/Universal act Limp Bizkit has confirmed its biggest U.K. show to date. The band will headlines June 24 at the 60,000-capacity National Bowl in Milton Keynes, north of London, with support from Outkast, Deftones, and other guests to be confirmed.

Limp Bizkit's current album, "Chocolate Starfish And The Hot Dog Flavored Water," reached No. 1 in January in the U.K.; the album has sold over 1 million units across Europe. All three of the group's albums are on the current U.K. top-75 listing (for week ending March 17). "Chocolate" is No. 14 on The Billboard 200 in its 21st week.

The Milton Keynes show will come at the tail end of Limp Bizkit's summer tour of Europe, which will also hit major festivals such as Rock Im Park (June 1, Nuremberg, Germany), Rock Am Ring (June 3, Nurburgring, Germany), Pinkpop (June 4, Landgraaf, Holland), and Hulfstred (June 14, Hulfstred, Sweden).

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