The Linkin Park show originally scheduled for February 15th in Houston, TX at Toyota Center has been re-scheduled for Thursday, March 3rd. Tickets for the postponed 2/15 date will be honored. Fans who cannot attend the show on the rescheduled date can return their tickets for a refund. All refund questions should be directed to 866-4-HOUTIX.

Also, the show originally scheduled for February 17th in Dallas, TX at American Airlines Center has been rescheduled for Wednesday, March 2nd. All tickets for the postponed 2/17 date will be honored on March 2nd. For those unable to attend the March 2nd date, refunds will be available at point of purchase. Any questions should be directed to Ticketmaster customer service at 800-653-8000. Tickets are still available for purchase.

If you purchased your tickets to either of these shows through www.linkinpark.com check your email over the next few days for details on how your ticket will be re-issued or if you cannot attend, how you will receive your refund.

Unfortunately, we are unable to reschedule the Washington DC, Uncasville, CT and Cincinnati, OH dates at this time. We sincerely apologize to our fans affected by these cancellations and thank you for your understanding. We are currently working on ways to make it up to you.

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Comment by Chris Meyer on February 18, 2011 at 6:16am
I was also attending the Cincinnati concert. If you bought your tickets through Ticketmaster all you need to do is call and they will refund your money.
Comment by Rose Mays on February 18, 2011 at 5:46am
NOTHING, and I mean NOTHING can make it up to us, short of rescheduling the concert. There are dates available at US Bank Arena (March 6th through 9th). I'm done worrying with it, I suddenly don't care about going anymore. BUT CAN WE PLEASE GET INFORMATION ON HOW TO GET OUR MONEY BACK? That is all I am asking.
Comment by Chris Meyer on February 18, 2011 at 5:26am
We are approaching 72 hours from the original blog posting. Based on what was written, it states that they are currently working on ways to make it up to the fans of the canceled shows. When can we expect to here something about what is being done? There are plenty of open venues at or near the canceled cities but no news is being mentioned. If nothing will ever be done please be open with fans instead of implying something will be done. I am glad Chester is ready to continue with the tour but there are millions of LP fans that are very disappointed to see what appears to be a lack of concern by LP management.
Comment by steven nason on February 17, 2011 at 7:51pm
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Comment by steven nason on February 17, 2011 at 7:25pm

there are plenty of venues and open dates to book in march.and topspin has not even contacted us

about anything (refund,new tickets,or anything).take all the fans that bought tickets for the 3 canceled

concerts in nov of 2010.all that money has been making interest for who,not us.and were still out in the cold.

stay well chester,maybe a shot of Irish whiskey might help lol.

Comment by The Problem on February 17, 2011 at 7:13pm

I am tired. Seriously tired of the complaints. So, let's take this a step further.

 

I live in DC. I had two tickets to see the show that was supposed to be there. It was going to be my very first time seeing my favorite band perform live. My seats weren't the best, but I was just happy to get going. Hearing about that cancellation was crushing. I felt miserable about the whole situation and I think my girlfriend felt even worse. Then came the other cancellations. It was unheard of for this band to cancel so many shows in a row. Despite frustration, it came down to one thing: I am a fan. And despite how upset the situation is for me and everyone else who had their show cancelled, I support the band and their endeavors. With that said, my only concern was shifted to the hope that Chester gets better soon in a way that they can continue with the tour as schedualed (I know I spelled that wrong).

Yes. I wanted our show to get setup with a new date. Even if it was pushed to the end of the tour. But, what's done is done.

 

Now, to those of you who didn't read what they posted here:

 

"Unfortunately, we are unable to reschedule the Washington DC, Uncasville, CT and Cincinnati, OH dates at this time. We sincerely apologize to our fans affected by these cancellations and thank you for your understanding. We are currently working on ways to make it up to you."

 

We haven't been forgotten. It's just a matter of setting up a way to make up these cancellations. They have other obligations they must keep up with. So, with that said, let's try to be mature about this. I know so many people are upset about this sudden turn of events, but it couldn't be helped. Let the guys work out something and, as fans, let's just try and support what they do. It's just the respectful thing to do.

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Comment by Jeanette stewart on February 17, 2011 at 6:40pm
It's kind of funny that the people telling us to grow up and stop complaining our people who got there show rescheduled or didnt have tickets to see LP in the first place so they can just put us down for the way we feel....We understand Chester was sick and things happen...But if they couldnt reschedule them all they shouldnt have did any..... At least they could post a message at least explaining why....It just seems like they dont want to fool with CT,DC,OH....But fans come near and far to see them but they cant do the same....They could do if they wanted plain and simple lets just face it they are not going to reschedule.... 
Comment by The Problem on February 17, 2011 at 6:18pm

@ Acd Brn Allow me to clear some of this foolishness up. It had nothing to do with a particular preference of fans. It was merely that the venues were booked up for the next couple of weeks. I know personally here in DC, there we sports events for the weekend. All this week, we have Disney on Ice here. More sporting events into the weekend and next week. Not to mention other performers have the Verizon Center booked. There simply was no room for it. It's not LPs fault.

 

As for all of this chaos, this is becoming fucking insane. People still complaining about these cancellations. Have none of you come to the realization that the important thing is that Chester got better and recovered from being ill. Who gives a flying fuck if you're still upset. It's understandable but to continue to sit here and selfishly treat the band as if they honestly wanted any of this... its unfair to them and disrespectful. If you're a fan like you claim you are, shut up and be glad that Chester is feeling better.

 

I'm personally glad that Texas got their shows rescheduled and didn't have to deal with what us in DC had to deal with. Everybody needs to just grow up and stop bickering about these decisions. We're all adults...start acting like it. 

Comment by Jennifer Youel on February 17, 2011 at 3:24pm
Mike just tweeted that Vegas is on!!!!!

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