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Limp Bizkit Announce $3 Los Angeles Show With “Original Line-Up”

Rap-rock kings Limp Bizkit announce a show with their “original line-up” for a scant three bucks.

It’s looking like 2019 might be the year Limp Bizkit return to the top. The band has already begun working on their new album, from which Wes Borland has already shared some early guitar parts. Now, the band has announced that they’ll be playing a show in Los Angeles with their “original line-up”, with an entrance fee of a scant $3.00.

The show, which they’re hailing as the ‘Three Dollar Show Y’all’, will go down this Tuesday, March 5, at the Troubadour in Los Angeles. The “original lineup” announcement seems to suggest that Sam Rivers will be playing bass for the first time in a while.

Check out the ultra-butch announcement post the band put up via their Instagram:

Fans who want to catch Limp Bizkit live for three bucks can do so by purchasing tickets online.

Posted on March 1st 2019, 3:18pm
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