Posted on June 22, 2017 by Sorry for Louis
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Tonight, Linkin Park moves on from Amsterdam to Madrid, Spain, where they will perform as the headliners for the Download Festival Spain 2017, joining the likes of System of a Down and Prophets of Rage.

It has been quite a long time since the band performed in Spain. The last time the band performed in the country was in Madrid on November 7, 2010, when the band was promoting A Thousand Suns and performing for the MTV European Music Awards. The performance took place at the Puerta de Alcalá.

A high quality video of the full live performance can actually be viewed on YouTube - see below.


While the band is on tour promoting One More Light, it may be intriguing to see if Daron Malakian from System of a Down, or Tom Morello from Prophets of Rage, will share the stage with Linkin Park at any point to perform songs from The Hunting Party. Of course, it's highly unlikely we'll see a performance of "Drawbar," but we can keep our hopes up for a Daron-fronted performance of "Rebellion." Malakian joined the band for a performance in 2014 at the KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas - a performance which you can view below.


Looking at tonight, the band has yet to play "Sorry for Now" and "Halfway Right" off of the new album. Perhaps we will see one or both of those songs tonight? Time will tell! Is there anything you'd like to see the band perform? Let us know in our forums!

Also, if you are going to the festival today, meet up with other fans through the official meetup thread.

Remaining shows on the European tour:
Jun 24, 2017 - Scheessel, Germany, Hurricane Festival 2017
Jun 25, 2017 - Neuhausen Ob Eck, Germany, Southside Festival 2017
Jun 27, 2017 - Sopron, Hungary, Telekom VOLT Festival
Jun 29, 2017 - Norrköping, Sweden, Bråvalla Festival
Jul 01, 2017 - Werchter, Belgium, Rock Werchter 2017
Jul 03, 2017 - London, UK, One More Light World Tour
Jul 04, 2017 - London, UK, One More Light World Tour
Jul 06, 2017 - Birmingham, UK, One More Light World Tour​

 
Posted on June 19, 2017 by Zane
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Coming off Linkin Park's performance at Hellfest in France, the band continues on their One More Light Tour in Amsterdam Zuidoost, Netherlands at the Ziggo Dome. The band last appeared here in 2014 during the European Tour for The Hunting Party and held their 12th LPU Summit. While Linkin Park have yet to hold any new LPU Summits this year, Linkin Park and fans are bound to have a great concert experience!

UPDATE:
The band has just confirmed on Twitter that a live video for Talking To Myself will be filmed tomorrow at the Ziggo Dome. Fans should record footage and upload them for the band.​

Check out this great video of the LPU Summit soundcheck from LPLive. The band jams, performs BURN IT DOWN reggae style, and sound checks A Place For My Head:


In 2014, Linkin Park invited Austin Carlile from Of Mice & Men on stage to perform Faint. Check out a hand-held capture of that performance below:


As the One More Light Tour continues, the band has now performed 8 out of the 10 songs from the new album. The band has also brought back fan favorite A Place For My Head and has performed different verses over Bleed It Out. What songs or modifications would you like to see the band perform? Do you want to hear 'Sorry For Now' or 'Halfway Right' erformed live? Let us know in the LPA Forums.

If you are headed to the show tonight, meet up with other fans through the official meet up thread.

Remaining shows on the European tour:
Jun 22, 2017 - Madrid, Spain, Download Festival Madrid 2017
Jun 24, 2017 - Scheessel, Germany, Hurricane Festival 2017
Jun 25, 2017 - Neuhausen Ob Eck, Germany, Southside Festival 2017
Jun 27, 2017 - Sopron, Hungary, Telekom VOLT Festival
Jun 29, 2017 - Norrköping, Sweden, Bråvalla Festival
Jul 01, 2017 - Werchter, Belgium, Rock Werchter 2017
Jul 03, 2017 - London, UK, One More Light World Tour
Jul 04, 2017 - London, UK, One More Light World Tour
Jul 06, 2017 - Birmingham, UK, One More Light World Tour​

 
Posted on June 17, 2017 by Filip
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Linkin Park moves on to Clisson, France for Hellfest 2017!

Tonight will mark the band's 18th performance in France, and second on this tour as the band performed in Bretigny-Sur-Orge just 9 days ago on June 9th. However, the band has never performed in Clisson before.

Well, as there's no history to discuss in Clisson, let's take a look back on the One More Light European Tour so far. The band started off in Bretigny-Sur-Orge on June 9th, where they played a 25 song set pretty much identical to the one they played on their South American Tour in May. They kept the same set on June 11 in Prague, but their headlining show in Berlin the day later was full of surprises. The band opened with an acapella version of "One More Light", threw out "Battle Symphony" and debuted "Nobody Can Save Me", added "Sharp Edges" to their encore, replaced "Somewhere I Belong" with "Points of Authority", and added a verse from "It's Going Down" to the end of the "Castle of Glass" Experience. Phew. Solid amount of changes for one night. Check out the live debut of "Sharp Edges" below.


From there, the band went on to Nickelsdorf for the Nova Rock Festival. The band played a shortened version of their festival setlist, dropping "One More Light", "Waiting for the End" and "Battle Symphony". Next up was Krakow, where the band played their festival setlist, with a few changes. "Nobody Can Save Me" was back in the set, but the big return was "A Place For My Head", which was played for the first time since September 2015 after it won a Twitter poll organised by Mike. Machine Gun Kelly also came out on "Bleed It Out" to perform a verse from his song "What I Do". Check out a video of the performance below.


The band's last show was in Milano, where the band headlined the third day of the I-Days Milano Festival. The performance was streamed on the festival's website about an hour after it began. The performance was uploaded to Vimeo as a series of videos about 30 minutes long, but as of right now they are unavaliable due to privacy settings. The band blew through a 24 song setlist, opening with "Talking to Myself" and closing with "Bleed It Out" with a verse from "Reading My Eyes", without too many surprises other than that along the way.

Hellfest,
being a primarily metal festival, might inspire the band to deliver a bit heavier setlist, but as this tour has been full of small changes, there's really no way to know what the band will perform.

Are you attending the show tonight? Well, take a moment to sign up to our official meet up thread, and discuss the show in our forums!

Remaining shows on the European tour:

Jun 20, 2017 - Amsterdam Zuidoost, Netherlands, One More Light World Tour
Jun 22, 2017 - Madrid, Spain, Download Festival Madrid 2017
Jun 24, 2017 - Scheessel, Germany, Hurricane Festival 2017
Jun 25, 2017 - Neuhausen Ob Eck, Germany, Southside Festival 2017
Jun 27, 2017 - Sopron, Hungary, Telekom VOLT Festival
Jun 29, 2017 - Norrköping, Sweden, Bråvalla Festival
Jul 01, 2017 - Werchter, Belgium, Rock Werchter 2017
Jul 03, 2017 - London, UK, One More Light World Tour
Jul 04, 2017 - London, UK, One More Light World Tour
Jul 06, 2017 - Birmingham, UK, One More Light World Tour

 
Posted on June 17, 2017 by Filip
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Linkin Park returns to Italy for the 8th time tonight, and for the 5th time in Milano!

The band's first appearance in Milano was back in March 2001, when they opened for Deftones on their "Back to School" European Tour. The band returned in September of the same year and recorded a special set for MTV, and while the band performed a full set, only 6 songs were recorded and aired. You can find a performance of "With You" from the show embedded below.


The band's next performance in the city was in February 2003 as part of their LP Underground Tour, and this was the band's first performance of the year and the Meteora touring cycle in general. The band debuted 8 new songs at this show, namely "Don't Stay", "Somewhere I Belong", "Lying from You", "Hit the Floor", "Easier to Run", "Faint", "From the Inside" and "Session". They also played "Foreword".

The band didn't return to the city then until 2014, when they played Ippodromo del Galoppo. The band played a massive 27 song set which included old hits and new material from The Hunting Party, beginning with their 2014 Mashup Intro into "Guilty All The Same" and closing with "Bleed It Out". There was a flashmob organised during "Until It's Gone" where fans threw glowsticks in the air. Mike instructed the crowd to film the performance and upload it online, and a live video consisting of fan footage was uploaded to the official Linkin Park YouTube Channel, and you can watch it below.


Two nights ago, the band performed in Krakow, Poland. The band returned "Nobody Can Save Me" and "Sharp Edges" to the setlist, and also played "A Place For My Head" for the first time on this tour, after it won a Twitter poll organised by Mike. You can watch a video of the performance below. Machine Gun Kelly, who will support the band on their North American Tour later this summer, came out on "Bleed It Out" and performed a verse from his song "What I Do", the same as he did on the band's June 2014 Warped Tour appearance.


We would also like to remind that the band has recently cancelled their show at the Manchester Arena scheduled for July 7th, as the Arena will not open until September in the wake of the tragic terrorist attack that took place there last month.

Will you be attending tonight's show? Excited to see what setlist the band plays tonight? Discuss everything in our forums, and sign up in the Meet Up Thread if you're attending any of the upcoming shows.

UPDATE: You can live stream the show here.

Remaining shows on the European tour:
Jun 17, 2017 - Monza, Italy, I-Days Milano 2017
Jun 18, 2017 - Clisson, France, Hellfest 2017
Jun 20, 2017 - Amsterdam Zuidoost, Netherlands, One More Light World Tour
Jun 22, 2017 - Madrid, Spain, Download Festival Madrid 2017
Jun 24, 2017 - Scheessel, Germany, Hurricane Festival 2017
Jun 25, 2017 - Neuhausen Ob Eck, Germany, Southside Festival 2017
Jun 27, 2017 - Sopron, Hungary, Telekom VOLT Festival
Jun 29, 2017 - Norrköping, Sweden, Bråvalla Festival
Jul 01, 2017 - Werchter, Belgium, Rock Werchter 2017
Jul 03, 2017 - London, UK, One More Light World Tour
Jul 04, 2017 - London, UK, One More Light World Tour
Jul 06, 2017 - Birmingham, UK, One More Light World Tour

 
Posted on June 15, 2017 by Filip
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In the wake of the tragic terrorist attack that took place in the Manchester Arena on May 22nd after an Ariana Grande concert, Linkin Park has now confirmed their show scheduled to take place in the Manchester Arena on July 7th is cancelled. Read the official statement below.

Following last month's tragic incident and the subsequent temporary closure of the main area outside the venue, Linkin Park’s One More Light Tour scheduled for Friday 7 July 2017 is unfortunately no longer able to take place at Manchester Arena.

Tickets will be automatically refunded and should appear in customers’ accounts within 4-5 working days.

Other shows on the One More Light Tour are not affected and will continue as planned, including London’s The O2 on Monday 3 July, O2 Academy Brixton on Tuesday 4 July and Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena on Thursday 6 July. Tickets for these shows are available here.
The band has also commented on the cancellation, saying:

"We have been informed by Manchester Arena that the venue will not be ready in time for our scheduled performance on July 7th. We would like our fans to know that we have looked into every possible option to perform in Manchester, but all comparable venues are booked at that time. Tickets for Manchester will be refunded and you will be given the option to rebook for the Birmingham and London shows on a first come, first served basis. Thank you all for your support and understanding. We love Manchester and can't wait to come back soon!!”
Were you planning on attending the show? Discuss the topic in our forums.

Source: Linkin Park Official Website

 
Posted on June 14, 2017 by Filip
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Linkin Park continues their One More Light European Tour by playing the Impact Festival in Poland!

Tonight marks the band's fifth performance in Poland, and the first in Kraków.

The band first visited the country in 2007 during their Minutes to Midnight touring cycle, playing an opening set for Pearl Jam in Chorzów. The band played an explosive 17 song set opening with "One Step Closer" and ending with "Faint".

The band didn't return to the country until the Living Things tour in 2012, when they played the Orange Warsaw Festival in Warsaw. The band headlined the festival and opened their set with "A Place For My Head" then continued to burn their way through a packed 21 song setlist comprised of the band's biggest hits and new material from Living Things, before closing with "One Step Closer". Check out a video of the band's performance of "Burn It Down" below.


Well, Poland must've found its way into the band's hearts, as they played in the country twice during their Hunting Party touring cycle. The first show happened on June 5th, 2014, and the band played a massive 27 song set, opening with their 2014 Mashup Intro, then jumping right into the bombastic Hunting Party lead single "Guilty All The Same". It's a show opening that I for one, would gladly accept at any time. The band closed with "Bleed It Out", complete with a drum solo from Rob and a sing along of "The Catalyst" with the crowd. Check out a video of the show opening below.


The band then returned to Poland again on August 25, 2015 to play a headlining show in Rybnik. They played a 26 song set opening with "Papercut" and closing once again with "Bleed It Out". As with most shows of that tour, Mike performed Fort Minor songs "Remember the Name" and "Welcome" during the show, so fans were treated to a small Fort Minor show aswell!

Last night the band performed in Austria, at a "Warm Up" for the Nova Rock Festival. The band played a set comprised of fan favorites and new material from One More Light, and posted clips from "Wastelands" to their Instagram Story. The band performed their regular festival setlist, meaning "Sharp Edges" and "Nobody Can Save Me", which debuted recently in Berlin, were not performed.

Are you excited to find out what the band performs tonight, or are you attending the show? Be sure to let us know in our forums, and also take a second to check out this Meet Up Thread and be sure to sign up if you're attending any of the upcoming shows.

Remaining shows on the European tour:
Jun 17, 2017 - Monza, Italy, I-Days Milano 2017
Jun 18, 2017 - Clisson, France, Hellfest 2017
Jun 20, 2017 - Amsterdam Zuidoost, Netherlands, One More Light World Tour
Jun 22, 2017 - Madrid, Spain, Download Festival Madrid 2017
Jun 24, 2017 - Scheessel, Germany, Hurricane Festival 2017
Jun 25, 2017 - Neuhausen Ob Eck, Germany, Southside Festival 2017
Jun 27, 2017 - Sopron, Hungary, Telekom VOLT Festival
Jun 29, 2017 - Norrköping, Sweden, Bråvalla Festival
Jul 01, 2017 - Werchter, Belgium, Rock Werchter 2017
Jul 03, 2017 - London, UK, One More Light World Tour
Jul 04, 2017 - London, UK, One More Light World Tour
Jul 06, 2017 - Birmingham, UK, One More Light World Tour
Jul 07, 2017 - Manchester, UK, One More Light World Tour CANCELLED

 
Posted on June 13, 2017 by Filip
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Linkin Park returns to Austria for the 11th time tonight, to play the Nova Rock Festival for the fourth time in their career!

The band first performed at the festival in 2007, where the band played an 18 song set starting with "One Step Closer" and ending with "Faint", as was the case with most of their 2007 and 2008 performances. Interestingly enough, some of the bands equipment was damaged a day earlier when a tornado hit Venice just before the bands performance. For their Nova Rock performance, the band had to work with festival promoters and other performing acts to piece together all the equipment needed to play the show.

The band returned to Nova Rock in 2011 to kick off their A Thousand Suns European Tour, and played a 21 song set starting with "The Requiem" and "The Radiance" leading into "Papercut", and ended with "Faint" and "One Step Closer", both with their extended outros. That is an amazing show finale which I would happily take back, but, what do you think?

They returned again to play the festival the following year, in the midst of the album promotion for Living Things. Once again the band was struck by bad weather, and their set time was reduced about 45 minutes, causing them to play only a 16 song set beginning with "A Place For My Head" and ending with "One Step Closer".

But, on to the present...


Last night, the band played their first non-festival show of this European Tour in Berlin. All I can say is, the band delivered. The live debut of "Sharp Edges" has been speculated for a few weeks now, but the band debuted both "Sharp Edges" and "Nobody Can Save Me". As someone who considers these two tracks the absolute highlights of One More Light, I am very satisfied.

Another interesting thing to note about the show is that it was the first time "One More Light" opened a show, and on top of that, it was performed acapella by Chester.

"Nobody Can Save Me" was played between "Lost In The Echo" and "New Divide", replacing "Battle Symphony" for the first time during the band's One More Light touring cycle. The track was performed by the full band, with Chester also grabbing a guitar, and sounded pretty close to the actual album version, which is impressive for the first performance of the song.

"Sharp Edges" opened the encore, and was performed acoustically by Chester and Brad, with Rob contributing just tasteful little hints of percussion. The song was also performed with an extended intro, and you can check out the performance below. Keep an eye on just how much Brad is into the song, which is understandable as Mike clarified recently that Brad was the lead writer on the track.


Are you interested to see if the band returns to their festival setlist tonight or if they keep performing these two new songs? It's unlikely the band went through the trouble of learning to play these songs just for the few non-festival shows of the tour. I personally hope these two songs stick around in the setlist for a long time.

Also, this leaves only "Sorry For Now" and "Halfway Right" as songs from One More Light which have not been performed live. Do you think we'll get live debuts of those soon or not?

Or maybe you just want to talk about how good of a song "Sharp Edges" is? I'll join you right in on that in our forums! Also, take a second to check out this Meet Up Thread, maybe you find something for yourself there.

Remaining shows on the European tour:
Jun 15, 2017 - Krakow, Poland, Impact Festival 2017
Jun 17, 2017 - Monza, Italy, I-Days Milano 2017
Jun 18, 2017 - Clisson, France, Hellfest 2017
Jun 20, 2017 - Amsterdam Zuidoost, Netherlands, One More Light World Tour
Jun 22, 2017 - Madrid, Spain, Download Festival Madrid 2017
Jun 24, 2017 - Scheessel, Germany, Hurricane Festival 2017
Jun 25, 2017 - Neuhausen Ob Eck, Germany, Southside Festival 2017
Jun 27, 2017 - Sopron, Hungary, Telekom VOLT Festival
Jun 29, 2017 - Norrköping, Sweden, Bråvalla Festival
Jul 01, 2017 - Werchter, Belgium, Rock Werchter 2017
Jul 03, 2017 - London, UK, One More Light World Tour
Jul 04, 2017 - London, UK, One More Light World Tour
Jul 06, 2017 - Birmingham, UK, One More Light World Tour
Jul 07, 2017 - Manchester, UK, One More Light World Tour

 
Posted on June 12, 2017 by Ree
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Linkin Park debuted live performances of One More Light's opening track 'Nobody Can Save Me' and the album's closing track 'Sharp Edges' at the Berlin, Germany show at Mercedes-Benz Arena tonight! Check out the full setlist HERE.

You can check out some videos below:


Nobody Can Save Me live performance


Full Sharp Edges live performance

Chester also opened the show with an acapella of One More Light:




Edit: Thread is updated with full videos. Thanks to BlackChester.de and LPLive for the initial clips!​

8 out of 10 songs from One More Light have been performed live so far and only Sorry For Now and Halfway Right are yet to be played live! Do you think these songs will be played live soon too? What's your favorite live song from One More Light so far? Discuss in our forums!

 
Posted on June 12, 2017 by Kevin
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Linkin Park returns to Berlin for the second time this year, this time for a full show!​

The bands last show was in Berlin on September 3rd, 2015, and the setlist was slightly different for the first time in a while. Unfortunately, for the wrong reasons. Due to a family emergency, Joe could not play the show, but his tech Warren Willis filled in for him. Because of this, Joe's Solo Medley was dropped from the setlist. Joe ended up missing all the remaining shows on the tour. This was the first time Joe missed a Linkin Park show in his career, leaving Rob, Mike and Chester the only members who were present at every Linkin Park show. Another slight change was made to the set to make up for the lack of Joe's Solo Medley, as Mike rapped a verse from Fort Minor's "There They Go" over the bridge of "Bleed It Out", before Chester conducted the regular sing-a-long with the crowd. This was the first performance of "There They Go" in any form in over six years, with the last one happening in Okinawa, Japan way back in the August of 2009, and only the second time ever that Mike rapped a verse from "There They Go" over "Bleed It Out". Check out the performance of the Fort Minor section from the show below.



Moving along with their 2017 European Tour, Linkin Park goes from Prague over to Germany, for their second performance in Berlin for the year!

That's right, the band performed in Berlin earlier this year when they performed Heavy (feat. Kiiara) at the Echo Awards. This was only the second full band performance of the song, and I think we can all hope that they play more than just that song tonight.


Yesterday the band played a full headlining set at the Aerodrome Festival in Prague, with Mike dedicating the song One More Light to his uncle Kenji that recently passed away. You can watch the performance of the song here below.


The two previous performances on this tour has been festivals, and this is a headlining set. So if the band will change their setlist up for the two different show types, tonight could be a good indicator for the rest of the tour. As we all know by this point, the band rehearsed Sharp Edges recently during rehearsals and we can all hope that they bring the song out during the tour.

Are you going to the show? Well... In an initiative to connect the fans of Linkin Park, we here on LPA made a meet up schedule, so if you want to meet some fellow LPA users before the show, the page for all the information and names of who are attending the show is right here. So make it known that you are attending the show, so you can meet some other awesome fans. Remember to tweet/facebook/instagram pictures to us (we're "LPAssociation" on all those sites) if you meet some other members.

After this show, the band has a day off and then on the 14th they return to Austria and the Nova Rock Festival!

Are you going to this show? Have you attended any previous shows in Berlin over the years? Are you going to a show on this tour? Come and discuss in our forums!

Remaining shows on the European tour:
Jun 14, 2017 - Nickelsdorf, Austria, Nova Rock Festival
Jun 15, 2017 - Krakow, Poland, Impact Festival 2017
Jun 17, 2017 - Monza, Italy, I-Days Milano 2017
Jun 18, 2017 - Clisson, France, Hellfest 2017
Jun 20, 2017 - Amsterdam Zuidoost, Netherlands, One More Light World Tour
Jun 22, 2017 - Madrid, Spain, Download Festival Madrid 2017
Jun 24, 2017 - Scheessel, Germany, Hurricane Festival 2017
Jun 25, 2017 - Neuhausen Ob Eck, Germany, Southside Festival 2017
Jun 27, 2017 - Sopron, Hungary, Telekom VOLT Festival
Jun 29, 2017 - Norrköping, Sweden, Bråvalla Festival
Jul 01, 2017 - Werchter, Belgium, Rock Werchter 2017
Jul 03, 2017 - London, UK, One More Light World Tour
Jul 04, 2017 - London, UK, One More Light World Tour
Jul 06, 2017 - Birmingham, UK, One More Light World Tour
Jul 07, 2017 - Manchester, UK, One More Light World Tour

 
Posted on June 10, 2017 by Filip
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Linkin Park returns for their fourth show in the Czech Republic tonight!

Tonight marks the second show of the band's One More Light European Tour, and their third show in Prague. The band is coming out strong from their performance at the Download Festival France two nights ago, where they played a 24 song set consisting of a mixture of fan favorites and songs from One More Light, but failed to debut any new songs. You can read all about the show here.

The band's first show in Prague took place on September 03, 2003, during the Meteora European Tour. The band played a fairly safe and typical show for that era, with some of the highlights being "With You", "Crawling" and "One Step Closer" being performed with portions from their respective Reanimation versions.

The band returned to the city on June 12, 2007 during the Minutes to Midnight European Tour. Yes, the show took place 9 years and 364 days before tonight's show. The one day difference makes me sad too. The band was supported by Thirty Second to Mars, and they played a set opening with "One Step Closer" and ending with "Faint" along with it's extended outro, which had just been premiered a month earlier.

The last time the band played in the country was on June 17, 2008 in Brno. For me, by far the most interesting thing about this show, is that the band played Reading My Eyes. The band had started playing it during that tour to satisfy requests of their hardcore fans, and let the fans hear the actual lyrics, because according to Mike the lyrics he found online were "way off". The band had cancelled two shows before this one due to Brad being ill.

But perhaps the most interesting part of the band's trivia with Prague is that the band shot the music videos for "Numb" and "From the Inside" in the city, so the city definitely contributed to building the aesthetic of the Meteora Era. Revisit the official video for "From the Inside" below, as it is obviously the superior song between the two. Come at me.


Two nights ago, the band played a 24 song set in Brétigny-sur-Orge at the Download Festival France. Unfortunately, the speculated live debut of One More Light album closer "Sharp Edges" did not happen, but maybe it is on the table for tonight, or for later on in the tour. The set was largely the same as on the band's South America Tour last month, opening with the vocodized "Roads Untraveled" intro into "Talking to Myself" and ending with "Bleed It Out". Having followed the band's last few tours, I can say it's unlikely the band will be rotating setlists on this tour, and the setlist will most likely remain the same throughout the tour with minor changes here and there. Don't get me wrong, though, I'd love to be proven wrong.

For me, the highlights of the band's current setlists are definitely the 2017 version of "Leave Out All The Rest" and the killer combo of "Invisible" and "Waiting For the End", bridged together by the opening verse of Fort Minor's "Remember the Name." Check out some great fan footage of the show closer "Bleed It Out" below.


After this, the band heads to Berlin for the first non-festival show of the tour. And in other news, we'll keep plugging this meet up thread for just as long as you keep ignorning it.

Will you be attending this show or one of the upcoming shows of the tour? Share your hype with us in the forums!

Remaining shows on the European tour:

Jun 12, 2017 - Berlin, Germany, One More Light World Tour
Jun 14, 2017 - Nickelsdorf, Austria, Nova Rock Festival
Jun 15, 2017 - Krakow, Poland, Impact Festival 2017
Jun 17, 2017 - Monza, Italy, I-Days Milano 2017
Jun 18, 2017 - Clisson, France, Hellfest 2017
Jun 20, 2017 - Amsterdam Zuidoost, Netherlands, One More Light World Tour
Jun 22, 2017 - Madrid, Spain, Download Festival Madrid 2017
Jun 24, 2017 - Scheessel, Germany, Hurricane Festival 2017
Jun 25, 2017 - Neuhausen Ob Eck, Germany, Southside Festival 2017
Jun 27, 2017 - Sopron, Hungary, Telekom VOLT Festival
Jun 29, 2017 - Norrköping, Sweden, Bråvalla Festival
Jul 01, 2017 - Werchter, Belgium, Rock Werchter 2017
Jul 03, 2017 - London, UK, One More Light World Tour
Jul 04, 2017 - London, UK, One More Light World Tour
Jul 06, 2017 - Birmingham, UK, One More Light World Tour
Jul 07, 2017 - Manchester, UK, One More Light World Tour