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Linkin Park announce three live shows in England
Electric guitar band Linkin Park are to visit the UK this autumn for three live shows.
The rockers will be playing at the MEN Arena in Manchester on November 4th 2010, with their next performance scheduled for the LG Arena in Birmingham on November 9th.
They will then move on to play the O2 Arena in London on the following day.
Fans of the US band will be able to buy tickets for the shows from Friday (June 18th).
Earlier this month, the electric guitar group announced they will be playing five dates in Germany in October as part of their European tour.
A statement on the Linkin Park website confirming the dates and venues of the shows also said that their new album is "getting closer and closer to completion".
The band will also be paying a show in Linz in Austria while they are on the continent in the autumn.Posted on 15 Jun 2010 14:12 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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