Limp Bizkit at Somerset Amphitheater

Limp Bizkit Tickets

Somerset Amphitheater | Somerset, Wisconsin

Limp Bizkit

This Tuesday, July 16th, the Somerset Amphitheater will become ground zero for Limp Bizkit's “Loserville Tour” concert LIVE! Brace for the madness of guest host RiFF RAFF, with opening acts from BONES, Eddy Baker, Xavier Wulf, N8NOFACE, and Corey Feldman, in this thrilling North American tour set to explode with unrivaled energy in two dozen selected venues. Summer’s the season for rage and rebels as Limp Bizkit lays nu-metal havoc across cityscapes, with Fred Durst’s brash vocals at the forefront! At over 40 million records sold, this GRAMMY Award-nominated band has everything to offer from their Billboard-breaking multi-platinum albums: Three Dollar Bill Y’all (1997), Significant Other (1999), and Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water (2000). Return to those untroubled days of late ‘90s youth and bang it out to classic hits like “Break Stuff,” “Eat You Alive,” “Nookie,” and more LIVE at Somerset's largest outdoor amphitheater. Looking for reservations? Click the “Get Tickets” button above!

Hey punk, got anything good going this summer? No, you don’t, so let Limp Bizkit welcome you to the jungle of their brazen “Loserville Tour,” featuring a squad of very special guests. Partnered with Live Nation Entertainment, the true masters of nu-metal return to the North American roads, visiting 24 cities en route. One of these stops will include an appearance on July 16th LIVE at the Somerset Amphitheater — the Twin Cities and Western Wisconsin area’s largest outdoor event space. Doubled as a top-rated camping ground, our venue presents picturesque Midwestern panoramas of fertile riverlands, coupled with pitch-perfect outdoor sound systems and dynamic atmospheric lighting.

Three GRAMMY Award nominations. Multiple awards from Billboard and MTV Music. A Hall of Fame induction from Kerrang. And more than 40 MILLION records sold. Limp Bizkit is the REAL DEAL, so why don’t you join this concert riot straight from the turn of the 21st century?

Feel the adrenaline pump through your veins as Limp Bizkit ushers in the fire of ‘90s teenage irreverence and pocket-sized rebellion, starting with their 1997 debut album, Three Dollar Bill Y’all, which featured the iconic rapcore single “Counterfeit.” In three multi-platinum years, the band followed up their breakout with the Billboard 200 no. 1 Significant Other and the worldwide craze Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water. Listen to this lawless era of profanity-laced prose and hypnotizing harmonies, carried by Gold hits, such as “Nookie,” “Break Stuff,” “Take a Look Around,” “Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle),” and “My Way.”

“As the last notes hit and the band closes their set, the crowd descends out the doors, sweaty, sore and in nostalgia heaven. After a massive 26-year spanning career, it doesn’t look like these five gentlemen are even close to throwing the brakes on.”

The concert will begin with a bang as Seshollowaterboyz BONES, Eddy Baker, and Xavier Wulf take the stage, representing the underground scenes of emo rap, each with their own stone-cold classics: BONES’ “HDMI,” Baker’s “LooseScrew,” and Wulf’s “Psycho Pass.”

Maintaining the momentum, Tucson-based rave master N8NOFACE will bat a home run with his signature synth-punk sound, often featured in the Don’t Dial 911 EP’s electrifying tracks “No Today No Tomorrow” and “Stress.” And finally, completing the performing lineup is Corey Feldman, prolific actor and frontman of the Truth Movement band, who’s also coming off the high of his new smash hit, “Deceptive Deborah.”

As for the tour’s nightly host, we have hip-hop phenomenon RiFF RAFF — famously known for his contagious energy and charisma, a hallmark of his “DOLCE & GABBANA” spring break hit and Billboard Top Rap Album, Peach Panther.

So? What’re you standing around for? Those tickets aren’t gonna buy themselves, so click the link above to book your reservations now for Limp Bizkit’s “Loserville” concert this Tuesday, July 16th, LIVE at the Somerset Amphitheater!

Limp Bizkit at Somerset Amphitheater

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