Limp Bizkit Summer Tour Canceled: D’oh, Yo!

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Limp Bizkit’s summer tour has been canceled — or, technically, postponed until fall — for now, though no new dates are available, and refunds are available at the point of purchase.

This includes the July 5 stop at Cleveland’s Time Warner Cable Amphitheater, which had Method Man and Redman scheduled as the opening act. (Check out above for a collaboration of all three in the Urban Assault Vehicle Remix of Limp’s “Rollin’,” a stone-cold hip-hop classic. Seriously.)

Limp Bizkit are still scheduled to play Columbus Saturday, as headliners of this year’s Rock on the Range festival. But we’d triple check before buying tickets.

Visit the band’s website for more details. Refunds are available at the point of purchase. —D.X. Ferris

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