Call it a comeback if you'd like. Pretty much everyone and their mother was listening to Limp Bizkit in the late 90's and early 2000's. Whether you were doing it all for the Nookie or just Rollin', Limp Bizkit was everywhere from radio to television. That fame can spell disaster and it did for Limp Bizkit. Band members left, records bombed and even worse, fans revolted. By 2005, Limp Bizkit was a punchline instead of a headline. For most of the last decade, Limp Bizkit has been off the road and out of sight. Perhaps the pandemic has inspired the band to give it another go.

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Limp Bizkit is unleashing a nationwide tour this summer called the "Limited Last Minute Post Pandemic Pop-Up Party" with one stop at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion in Gilford on Tuesday, August 12th. The band plans to put a focus on their first two studio albums, "Three Dollar Bill Y'all" and "Significant Other" during this limited tour. Tickets go on-sale to the general public Friday, July 2nd at 10am.

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By the time this New Hampshire tour date arrives, it's possible that Limp Bizkit will have their first new single in more than a decade. According to Blabbermouth.net, Guitarist Wes Borland says that the band has put down music on 35 tracks for an album they started recording in 2011 and the band is waiting on Fred Durst to complete the lyrics and vocals. Stay tuned for a new single soon or sometime in the next decade.

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