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30th May 2017

linkin park

Linkin Park's new album, 'One More Light', hit #4 on the UK's Official Albums Chart and topped the charts in the USA and now the band return to our shores this summer for a very special event, 'One More Night In London'.

The show will take place at O2 Academy Brixton on July 4th and tickets are on sale right here.

'One More Night In London' is mid-way through the band's 'One More Light' World Tour. The European leg kicks off on June 9th and Linkin Park also play three other dates in the UK, including London's O2 Arena on July 3rd, Birmingham's Barclaycard Arena on July 6th and Manchester Arena on July 7th.

It's been an exciting week for Linkin Park as they made their first ever appearance on 'Good Morning America' with an unprecedented pop-up performance in a New York subway at Grand Central Terminal. They released their ten-track, seventh studio album 'One More Light' on May 19th and notched up their sixth #1 album on the Billboard 200 Album Chart, selling over 111,000 copies. In the UK, they scored the highest charting new release, finishing the week at #4.

Linkin Park are one of the world's most successful bands. They are the biggest band on Facebook, and command a massive YouTube channel of over three billion plays and seven million subscribers. Their first album, 'Hybrid Theory', is the best-selling debut of this century, certified diamond (ten million) in the US. They have won two Grammy Awards, five American Music Awards, four MTV VMA Awards, ten MTV Europe Music Awards and three World Music Awards.

They have sold out stadiums around the world, headlining some of the biggest music festivals including Download, Reading and Leeds in the UK, Rock in Rio in Portugal and Summer Sonic in Japan, as well as the distinction of being the first and only western rock band to play a five stadium tour in China.

Their most recent tour was their most successful World Tour to date - playing to over one-and-a-half million fans in sixteen countries. In 2005, the band founded Music For Relief, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing aid to victims of natural disasters and the prevention of such disasters. Since its inception, MFR has raised over nine million dollars for multiple victims across four continents, including Hurricane Katrina, China's Wenchuan earthquake, a cholera outbreak in Zimbabwe, earthquakes in Haiti and Japan in 2010, and Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.

'One More Light' World Tour UK leg:
July 3rd: London O2 Arena
July 4th: London O2 Academy Brixton
July 6th: Birmingham Barclaycard Arena
July 7th: Manchester Arena


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