February 21, 2003

LINKIN PARK have officially announced the cities in which they will be visiting with XZIBIT, MUDVAYNE, and BLINDSIDE on their Projekt Revolution 2003 tour beginning in early April. LINKIN PARK have made an effort to play in some of the smaller US cities for this tour, in order to reach fans who have never previously had the opportunity to see them live.

Projekt Revolution 2003 cities, according to

State College
New Orleans
El Paso
Salt Lake City
Rapid City
Council Bluffs/Omaha
Little Rock

More details will be made available soon.

LINKIN PARK's "Meteora" CD is scheduled to hit stores March 25 through Warner Bros. Records.

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