On Friday, Oct. 27, the remaining members of Linkin Park will be joined by several of their friends and colleagues at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles for a concert paying tribute to former lead singer Chester Bennington, who passed away on July 20 of a suspected suicide and whose death left a huge hole in the rock music realm.
Tickets for this special, one-night-only concert event sold out immediately, a testament to Linkin Park’s massive appeal … and prompted fans the world over to ask if the event would be livestreamed for those who couldn’t make it.
The answer: Yes. On Friday, Linkin Park announced that the show will be streamed for free via their YouTube channel. It’ll all start at 7:45 p.m. Pacific Time. Some details about the show:
This historic concert celebration will be the first time Linkin Park performs on stage together since Chester passed on July 20th. Many amazing artists will be joining them on stage, including Blink-182, Machine Gun Kelly, Jonathan Davis from Korn, Kiiara, Zedd, members of No Doubt, System Of A Down, Yellowcard, Avenged Sevenfold, and many other surprises.
More on the band’s work for mental health research, which they established after Bennington’s death:
Linkin Park established The One More Light Fund in honor of Chester Bennington. The fund, a part of non-profit Music For Relief which was co-founded by Bennington, will honor Chester’s generous spirit and his desire to help others. You can make a donation to The One More Light Fund here.
Watch Linkin Park’s video for “One More Light,” the affecting title track from the band’s recent album that was released as a tribute to Bennington: