Linkin Park ‘A Thousand Suns’ Australian Tour @ AIS Arena

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Linkin Park ‘A Thousand Suns’ Australian Tour

Under the heat of the summer sun Linkin Park will reign over Australia this December,
playing major arena shows in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.

Tickets for these blisteringly hot shows go on sale on Friday, September 24.

The tour follows the September 10 release of Linkin Park’s fourth studio album ‘A Thousand Suns’ on Machine Shop Recordings / Warner Music. Following on from their 2007 #1 album ‘Minutes to Midnight’, the album is co-produced by Rick Rubin and Mike Shinoda, and
features 15-tracks, including lead single ‘The Catalyst’, currently tearing up Australian

Embarking on a European tour in October, Linkin Park’s live performances are designed to be a transformative multi-media experience, with a unique blending of music, art and
extraordinary visual technology.

Fans can expect a set list offering an awesome mix of past tracks and huge hits, as well some highly-anticipated new material.

Lauded as one of the most dynamic and energetic live acts around, Linkin Park raised
arena roofs and earned rave reviews during their hugely successful October 2007 national
tour (despite Chester Bennington sustaining a broken wrist during an incredible Melbourne


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Rod Laver Arena (Stone Sour) 27 February, Sydney Entertainment Centre (Stone Sour) 26 February


AIS Arena 16 December, Newcastle Entertainment Centre 04 December, Sydney Allphones Arena 15 December, Rod Laver Arena 12 December, Rod Laver Arena 13 December, Sydney Allphones Arena 11 December, Adelaide Entertainment Centre 09 December, The Dome at Crown 07 December, Brisbane Entertainment Centre 03 December


Rod Laver Arena (Chris Cornell) 15 October, Sydney Entertainment Centre (Chris Cornell) 21 October, Sydney Entertainment Centre (Chris Cornell) 20 October, Brisbane Entertainment Centre (Chris Cornell) 22 October, The Dome at Crown (Chris Cornell) 18 October, Adelaide Entertainment Centre (Chris Cornell) 16 October, Rod Laver Arena (Chris Cornell) 14 October