Linkin Park has announced rescheduled dates from this spring’s Projekt Revolution tour. The band missed the opening date of the tour in Rochester, New York, and a few others dates later, due to singer Chester Bennington’s throat infection.
The band will play Rochester on July 22 at the Blue Cross Arena with Cold, Jurassic 5 and Mudvayne; Council Bluffs, Iowa on July 29 with Cold and Mudvayne; and Wichita, Kansas July 30 with Cold and possibly Mudvayne.
Linkin Park will swing back into action June 27 in Las Vegas for a show at the Boost Mobile Skating Competition. The band will then head out on Metallica’s Summer Sanitarium Tour, which starts July 4 in Pontiac, Michigan.
Linkin Park’s Bennington was recently released from a Los Angeles hospital after experiencing stomach, back and chest pain. He’s resting comfortably and should be ready for the tour. The illness caused the band to postpone European dates, which have since been rescheduled.