Limp Bizkit played their biggest UK concert to date in London last night (August 13). Check out the fan captured images and the full list below.
Nu-metal icons – made up of Fred Durst, Wes Borland, Sam Rivers, John Otto and DJ Lethal – took to the stage at a huge outdoor show in the UK capital last night and aired some classics in their headline performance to date.
The concert, which was held in Gunnersbury Park and featured performances by Pendulum, Kenny Hoopla and other artists, took place 23 years after the release of their third album, “Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water”, which led to they are one of the biggest. famous bands around the world.
It also comes just a year after Netflix’s blockbuster documentary Trainwreck: Woodstock 99, a three-part documentary series that looked at the marketing of the American festival and once again drew attention to its gargantuan performance at the event.
The band performed “Show Me What You Got” and “9 Teen 90 Nine” from their second studio album, “Significant Other,” followed by a cover of theirs. 2000 hit “Hot Dog.”
The 14-song set list also featured plenty of fan favourites, including ‘Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle)’, ‘Nookie’ and ‘Break Stuff’, as well as a rendition of ‘Dad Vibes’ , a track from his latest album. ‘Still Sucks’ LP.
Other notable performances included his famous cover of The Who’s 1971 classic “Behind Blue Eyes” and the George Michael hit “Faith”, which appeared on the set list shortly after the release of the documentary Wham! on Netflix earlier this summer. Check out the full set list and concert footage below.
The following is Limp Bizkit’s set list:
1. ‘Show Me What You Got’
2. ‘9 Ninety Nine’
3. ‘Hot dog
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4. ‘My Generation
5. ‘Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle)’
6. ‘Gold Cobra
7. ‘Dad Vibes
8. ‘My Own Way
9. ‘Look at’
11. ‘Coire’ (Coire)
12. ‘Behind Blue Eyes’ (The Who cover)
13. ‘Faith’ (George Michael Cover)
In other Limp Bizkit news, earlier this year Fred Durst and company joined YungBlud on stage to perform “Break Stuff”.
The moment happened during the band’s performance at Germany’s Rock Im Park festival on June 4, and footage shared by fans of the moment shows the Doncaster-based singer-songwriter – real name Dominic Harrison – shouting energetically alongside with the opposition Limp Bizkit. .
Other artists to take to the Gunnersbury Park stage include Boygenius, who will play one of his first UK gigs alongside MUNA and Ethel Cain next weekend (August 20).