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Watch A Fan Jump Off The Balcony At Limp Bizkit’s $3 Show In LA

This Limp Bizkit stage-dive is one of the most ridiculous things we’ve ever seen.

Limp Bizkit’s $3 gig at LA’s Troubadour this week has been the talk of everyone’s lips – not least because it featured a whole bunch of special guests, including Marilyn Manson, Billy Corgan and Machine Gun Kelly.

But perhaps even more ridiculous than the numerous rock stars in attendance at Bizkit’s original line-up reunion show is this video of a fan spectacularly cannon-balling off the venue’s balcony during – what else? – Break Stuff.

Even more impressively is that the alleged stage-diver in question is perfectly fine after his antics, tweeting: “I’m alive and well. Nothing broken nothing fucked I’ve done this a hundred times.”

But… how?!

Ouch.

In case you missed footage from the show, here’s Machine Gun Kelly getting involved in My Generation:

And Mazza joining in the fun on My Way:

The setlist on the night was:

1. Show Me What You Got
2. Hot Dog
3. Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle)
4. My Generation
5. Livin’ It Up
6. My Way
7. Heart-Shaped Box (partial Nirvana cover)
8. Nookie
9. Full Nelson
10. Pollution (with a fan on vocals)
11. Eat You Alive
12. Boiler
13. Behind Blue Eyes (The Who cover)
14. Don’t Stop Believin’/Brain Stew/Mouth For War/For Whom The Bell Tolls (medley)
15. Faith (George Michael cover)
16. Break Stuff
17. Take A Look Around

Posted on March 7th 2019, 10:53am
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