Linkin Park Announce Japan Tour Dates

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    minuteforce

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    Linkin Park have announced new tour dates for Japan! Later this year in November, the band will head to Tokyo to deliver three headline shows as part of a world tour in support of their seventh studio album "One More Light". Japanese rock act ONE OK ROCK are slated to perform as the support act at these shows.
    The dates for the Japan leg of the "One More Light" world tour are as follows:

    Tickets for these events will be available through H.I.P's website, with a pre-order opportunity for the site's members opening up on May 28 before the general sale begins on July 15. Linkin Park Underground members will also have access to their own pre-sale via the official Japanese LPU website, linkinpark.JP, starting June 1.

    Additionally, Southeast Asian music news publication Bandwagon has broken down the various ticket offers in English:
    More live shows are likely to be announced for 2017 soon as the release of "One More Light" approaches.

    Source: linkinpark.com / Bandwagon via @The Joesen One
     
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    The Joesen One

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    It's been a while since I've been credited in a news post :awesome:

    Anyway, I hope their gonna tour Asia-wide this year! They left out a lot of Asia countries last tour. :(
     
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    Who gonna be supporting linkin park at the shows in England anyone know?
     
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    $770 for a meet & greet? Holy moly. I just paid $75 so my wife could do a meet & greet with Lifehouse & Switchfoot.
     
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    The Joesen One

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    it's $770 singapore dollars. :) Which still means around $550 US dollars.... :/
     
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    Lol at that M&G price.
     
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    Yeah, that's insane to me. I remember being a teenager and meeting Linkin Park at two different shows, for free, and I wasn't even a member of LPU at the time. I don't mind paying for a VIP/meet & greet experience for a band or artist that I really enjoy, but there's now way I'm paying that much.
     
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    I guess the normal MnG ar still up.
     
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    That is a bit of an increase, I paid $300 during the Carnivores US tour.
     
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    I would love to see both of these bands, I love them both so much. But sadly I'm not in Japan. An LP concert in the US is probably expensive anyway.
     
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    Funny, when Good Goodbye wasn't released I searched on youtube and found the song... but from One Ok Rock^^
     
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    3 shows in 4 days at the same venue....and they haven't driven north a few hundred miles and played anywhere near Portland in 13 years.
     
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    If you are in the US, expect a Linkin Park and Blink-182 Co-headliner to be announced before the month ends :)
     
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    Don't you toy with my emotions!
     
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    What a weird combination.
     
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    Anyone have a recording of Linkin Park on Scuzz TV yesterday?
     
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    Poprock/Poppunk fits imo.
     
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    haha nice
     
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    It's actually a combination I felt should have happened a long time ago or at least during the ATS era when Blink-182 made it's comeback.

    And touring with Blink-182 would definitely help both bands sell better.
     

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