Tomorrow, Linkin Park returns to its home in California for the last four shows of the Carnivores Tour (five, including the date in Irvine a few days ago). The next stop of the tour is on the very familiar city of Los Angeles, where the band has played a grand total of 61 shows! Since 1997, LA has seen the band grow over the years starting from their very first shows at the Whiskey A Go Go and has seen them play in numerous venues throughout the big city. Linkin Park plays And One at the Roxy Theater, September 5th, 2000, prior to the release of Hybrid Theory [video=youtube;trL-DSa3PiQ]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=trL-DSa3PiQ[/video] It is not hard to find great memories of Linkin Park playing in Los Angeles, the band has done memorable performances not only in full concerts but also in television appearances such as Jimmy Kimmel (2003, 2012 & 2013), the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards, the 2012 American Music Awards, the 2013 Sunset Strip Music Festival and the MTV Collision Course with Jay-Z at The Roxy, which earned the band their second Grammy for their Numb/Encore collaboration at the 48th Grammy Awards Ceremony where they played the award-winning song live along with the great Paul McCartney in a mash-up with "Yesterday". [video=youtube;Ogsr_MUK6kA]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ogsr_MUK6kA[/video] Last date of The Carnivores Tour took place in Washington and, just like Mike Shinoda did in Irvine, Chester Bennington took the time last night in Quincy to spread the word about the IAVA organization. As described on their website, IAVA is a 21st century veterans’ organization dedicated to standing with the 2.8 million veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan from their first day home through the rest of their lives. For more information about the Organization and how can you help them, visit IAVA.org. [video=youtube;MzeTAgVO2Fc]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzeTAgVO2Fc[/video] Tomorrow's show will take place at the Hollywood Bowl and, despite the fact Linkin Park has played over 60 times in LA, they have never played at the Hollywood Bowl before, so this should make the experience a bit more special. For fans unable to attend the show, remember you can watch a Live Stream of the event by going to VyRT.com. And for those of you who are going, don't forget to check the LPA Meet-Ups thread to see which fellow LPA members will attend to your show, and if you meet with some LPA friends, don't forget to tweet us some pics at @LPAssociation! Next stops of the tour will be in Chula Vista and Wheatland, before wrapping up the tour with a final date in Concord. Are you excited about going to the show or watching it online? What are your thoughts about the tour now that it's nearing its end? Tell us all about it in our forums!