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LP Underground Tour

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LP Underground Tour
Tour by Linkin Park
LP Underground Tour.jpg
Promotional Poster for the tour
Associated album
Start dateFebruary 23, 2003
End dateMarch 25, 2003
No. of shows6 in Europe
10 in United States
16 in Total
Linkin Park tour chronology
US-To-Europe Tour
LP Underground Tour
Meteora World Tour

LP Underground Tour was the second concert tour by American rock band Linkin Park. It was launched in support of Linkin Park's official fan-club "Linkin Park Underground" and the released EPs by the club. The tour started in February 2003, and ended in March 2003. The duration of the tour was a month. The last show played by the band was in support of their second album Meteora.

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The tour was announced on the official website of the fan club. The tour took place in two continents, through five different countries, including Germany, Italy, France, United Kingdom and United States. The tour is partially known to be a very rough tour, because many fans damaged themselves during the shows, mainly while playing "One Step Closer" and "A Place for My Head". Chester stopped the song (With You) after he saw two people fell down in the pit. He roughly said "The next day, all the news should talk of that show as a nice event where guys go to have fun and NOT a way to damage ourself". All the tickets for the tour were only available for the fan club members, except the show at Detroit because it was filmed as a part of MTV $2 Bill. Meteora included tracks like "Lying From You", "From the Inside" and "Easier to Run" recorded live during the tour as "Digital deluxe, South Korean and Indonesian/Thai cassette tour edition bonus tracks". The EP "LP Underground 4.0" included Easier to Run and Figure.09 recorded live during the tour. Linkin Park's remix album "Reanimation" included One Step Closer recorded live during the tour as "iTunes edition bonus tracks". "Blindside" were Special guests during the United States leg.

Opening Acts

The following bands were the opening acts for Linkin Park on different occasions:

Set list

This set list is representative of the average set list throughout tour.[1][2]

01. "Session"
02. "Foreword"/"Don't Stay"
03. "Somewhere I Belong"
04. "Lying from You"
05. "Papercut"
06. "Points of Authority"
07. "Runaway"
08. "Faint"
09. "From the Inside"
10. "Hit the Floor"
11. "With You"
12. "Crawling"
13. "In the End"
14. "Easier to Run"
15. "A Place for My Head"
16. "One Step Closer" (bridge elements from remix version "1Stp Klosr")

Note: A lot of fans guess that "Numb" was debuted on this tour, it wasn't til the Boost Mobile Pro of Skateboarding show in June 2003.[3] It was either this show or the first show of the Summer Sanitarium tour that "Numb" was debuted along with "Figure.09". This show would've just been a rehearsal run for the Summer Sanitarium tour to come.

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
European Tour[4]
February 23, 2003 Milan Italy Alcatraz Wharf
February 27, 2003[A] Hamburg Germany Docks
March 2, 2003 Paris France Élysée Montmartre
March 3, 2003[B] Nottingham England Rock City
March 5, 2003[C] London Brixton Academy
March 7, 2003 Manchester O2 Apollo Manchester
United States Tour
March 11, 2003 Worcester United States Worcester Palladium
March 12, 2003 New York City Roseland Ballroom
March 14, 2003 Chicago Riviera Theatre
March 15, 2003 Minneapolis Quest Club
March 17, 2003[D] Detroit State Theatre
March 18, 2003 St. Louis The Pageant
March 20, 2003 Dallas Bronco Bowl
March 23, 2003 San Francisco The Warfield
March 24, 2003 Los Angeles[E] The Wiltern
March 25, 2003


  1. ^ This show was opened by "Emil Bulls".
  2. ^ This show was a "BBC Radio 1 Secret Show".
  3. ^ This show was opened by "Onepity".
  4. ^ This show was a part of "MTV $2 Bill".
  5. ^ These shows were played as "'Meteora' Release Shows".


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