Tomorrow Linkin Park will play the final Projekt Revolution of the summer in Munich, Germany at the Reitstadion Riem Stadium which also marks their fourth and final date in the country before playing Imola, Italy on June 26th for Sonisphere Festival. Linkin Park are coming off a special show in Moscow, Russia where they performed for the Transformers: Dark of the Moon movie premiere. They performed a whole new set for the occasion which you can check out at the LPA Tour Page. The setlist opened with a brand new intro emitting The Requiem entirely, instead opting for an extended New Divide build up which then kicked into the song as the opener, which in itself is a rarity and only done twice prior to this show at the A Thousand Suns Release Event in New York on September 14th, 2010 and again in Detroit, Mi on January 25th, 2011. [YOUTUBE]ZlbId4PX6C8[/YOUTUBE] Moscow Introduction / New Divide Performed 23.06.2011 in Moscow, Russia courtesy of 1004nik This show also saw the first performance of the Iridescent "Transformers Remix", or as stated on the setlist for this show; the "Energy Up Version". Being as this special edit was made for the movie they were performing at the premiere of, it was a very fitting choice for the band and raises the question if we'll ever see it performed again. [YOUTUBE]Ii4_2QmdfKc[/YOUTUBE] Iridescent (Transformers Remix) Performed 23.06.2011 in Moscow, Russia courtesy of 123kriscool123 The fans in Moscow were awesome and really got into the concert, singing loudly to every song and were having a great time. The fans even organized TWO flash mob's during the show, the first was to throw confetti into the air during The Catalyst when Chester sings "Where oceans bleed into the sky", which you can watch by clicking here. The second involved holding up individual signs saying "Wisdom", "Justice" and "Love" during the song. Despite doing it during The Radiance too (come on, it's not hard to get confused by the transitions live and it happens to the best of us in different ways!), it's hard to ignore their dedication in doing something no other country or show has done since last year. Awesome work Russian fans! The band have now performed five different setlists on this tour, but two of those (KROQ / BFD) contain the same songs just arranged differently, the others are simply incorporating Blackout, Burning In The Skies and replacing Breaking The Habit / Shadow Of The Day. Moscow had the same songs but included a different intro and alternate version of Iridescent. Here are the shows where the band debuted a new, varied set: Jun 4, 2011 - Linkin Park - Irvine, CA, USA, Verizon Wireless Ampitheater Jun 5, 2011 - Linkin Park - Mountain View, CA, USA, Shoreline Ampitheater Jun 14, 2011 - Linkin Park - Stockholm, Sweden, Ericsson Globe Arena Jun 18, 2011 - Linkin Park - Leipzig, Germany, Festweise Jun 23, 2011 - Linkin Park - Moscow, Russia, Red Square Will the band debut any new setlists in the next European shows? There's only six dates left before they take a break and return to Asia in September, so it's hard to say. Wretches & Kings, Robot Boy are still left to be played on this tour at all from A Thousand Suns and besides the acoustic performance at the LPU Summit in Hamburg, Germany, The Messenger is still to be included in a full set. Who's going to the final Projekt Revolution of the Summer in Munich? Keep up with the tour by clicking the dates in these threads or by visiting the LPA Tour Page. You can also discuss the tour on the LPA Forums Setlist 01. The Requiem 02. Papercut 03. Lying From You 04. Given Up 05. What I've Done 06. Empty Spaces 07. When They Come For Me 08. No More Sorrow 09. Jornada Del Muerto 10. Waiting For The End 11. Burning In The Skies 12. Numb 13. The Radiance 14. Breaking The Habit 15. Fallout 16. The Catalyst 17. Crawling 18. Faint 19. One Step Closer ---------- 20. Wisdom, Justice and Love 21. Iridescent 22. Blackout 23. New Divide 24. In The End 25. Bleed It Out (Reading My Eyes, drum solo & A Place For My Head over bridge) Source: Thanks to BlackChester for the updates.