The noughties superstars Limp Bizkit are playing two massive outdoor shows in the UK and one of them is at Yorkshire’s popular Piece Hall.
Known for such classics as ‘Rollin’, ‘My Way’ and ‘My Generation’, the nu-metal band Limp Bizkit fronted by Fred Durst will take to The Piece Hall stage in August as part of the two dates in the UK.
The huge US band will join The Charlatans, Johnny Marr, Sting, Madness, James, boygenius, War On Drugs and Ministry of Sound Classical among the 2023 headliners for ‘Live at The Piece Hall’.
On the night Limp Bizkit will be joined by special guests KennyHoopla and Joey Valence & Brae. If this sounds like a bit of you then make sure you set an alarm for tickets.
The nu-metal band will headline The Piece Hall in Halifax on the 12th of August before heading down to London’s Gunnersbury Park for the following day.
Limp Bizkit released the last album ‘Still Sucks’ back in 2021, which they toured under the same name coming to London in the UK – and now they’re back.
Nicky Chance-Thompson, CEO of The Piece Hall Charitable Trust, said: “We’re really proud to announce Limp Bizkit – one of the biggest rock acts – are heading to our iconic courtyard proving The Piece Hall really does have something for everyone.
“With legions of fans both old and new – this gig will be immense.”
Also coming to The Piece Hall, Halifax is Bradford’s band The Cult. The band is heading to Yorkshire’s Piece Hall on Wednesday 5th July to play Piece Hall in Halifax, and then Thursday 6th July and to take the stage of Europe’s largest open-air theatre in Scarborough.
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