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Limp Bizkit tour canceled


Limp Bizkit Saying Limp Bizkit "is not an amphitheatre band," Fred Durst sent out a series of tweets saying the summer tour is canceled in favor of a fall arena outing.

As Durst alerted the world, Ticketmaster was already listing several dates as canceled. The "Gold Cobra" tour was scheduled to begin July 3 in Holmdel, N.J. at PNC Bank Arts Center.

"Moving US headlining tour dates from amphitheatres to arenas for a better limp experience," Durst tweeted. "The reason coming soon on."

According to Durst's tweets during the past 24 hours, only headlining shows in the U.S. and Canada are affected. Festivals, including radio events are still a go as are the band's Euro dates.

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    May 20, 2010

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