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Limp Bizkit Cancel Remaining US Tour Dates Over Safety Concerns

Monday, 09 August 2021 Written by Jon Stickler

Limp Bizkit have cancelled their concerts for the rest of August.

Having returned to the stage in July at Lollapalooza, with singer Fred Durst showing off a new look, the band have now pulled their remaining eight US tour dates citing safety concerns. They said in a statement:

"Out of an abundance of caution and concern for the safety of the band, crew and most of all the fans, the Limp Bizkit show this Monday and the remaining August tour is being cancelled.

"Refunds are available at their points of purchase. All tickets purchased online will be automatically refunded."

Durst was forced to respond to speculation online that guitarist Wes Borland had fallen ill with COVID-19, after the group cancelled their gig in New Jersey on August 6 last minute. Tackling the rumours via an Instagram Story, Durst said: "Let us be clear: 1. Wes Borland does not have Covid. 2. The system is seriously flawed. 3. We don't care much about the BS…"

He added: "Times2. We care a lot about you. To the six. They can kiss it. Dad vibes coming soon."

Dad Vibes refers to the new song Limp Bizkit played over the PA system following their appearance at the Chicago festival, though there's still no news of the long-awaited follow-up to 2011's 'Gold Cobra'.

The rap rock legends will return to the UK in summer 2022 for shows at Manchester Academy and London's O2 Academy Brixton in July. 

Limp Bizkit Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri July 22 2022 - MANCHESTER Manchester Academy
Sun July 24 2022 - LONDON O2 Academy Brixton

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