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Limp Bizkit Are Rollin’ Rollin’ Rollin’ Into New Zealand

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Limp Bizkit New Zealand headline show


Limp Bizkit are rollin’ rollin’ rollin’ into New Zealand for a headline show.

The nu-metal legends will perform at Auckland’s Spark Arena on Sunday, November 26th, on their way to Good Things Festival in Australia. They will be joined by special guests HANABIE. at the Auckland show.

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Wednesday, September 27th at 9am NZST time. The early bird pre-sale begins on Monday, September 25th at 9am NZST time (sign up here).

Born in Florida in the mid-90s, Limp Bizkit have released several acclaimed metal albums, chief among them 200’s wonderfully-titled Chocolate Sarfish and the Hot Dog Flavoured Water.

Over their career, the band have received three Grammy Award nominations, won big at the Billboard Music Awards and Kerrang! Awards, and were inducted into MTV’s Total Request Live Hall of Fame in 2001. New Zealand fans can expect to hear classic cuts such as “Break Stuff”, “Nookie”, and, yes, “Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle)”, at their upcoming Auckland show.

After an 11-year absence, Limp Bizkit released their latest album, Still Sucks, in 2021, which reached the top 40 on the ARIA Albums Chart. In fact, that year proved to be something of a renaissance for Limp Bizkit, in no small part thanks to frontman Fred Durst going viral for sporting a spectacular new look at Lollapalooza.

HANABIE., meanwhile, are a Japanese metalcore band formed in 2015. They also incorporate elements of hip hip, electronica, and J-Pop into their electrifying sound. They released their latest album, Reborn Superstar!, earlier this year to positive reviews, and have previously performed at Aftershock, Louder Than Life, and Blue Ridge Rock Festival.

Limp Bizkit New Zealand Headline Show

With special guests HANABIE.

Early bird pre-sale begins Monday, September 25th (9am NZST time)
General sale begins Wednesday, September 27th (9am NZST time)

Tickets available via destroyalllines.com

Sunday, November 26th
Spark Arena, Auckland