Changes to Upcoming Brazilian Tour

Due to logistical issues, some changes have been made to Linkin Park's upcoming Brazilian tour.

- Oct. 7th– São Paulo – Anhembi (no changes)
- Oct. 8th – Rio de Janeiro – Citibank Hall Rio (no changes)
- Oct. 10th – Rio de Janeiro – Citibank Hall Rio (new concert in the city)
- Oct. 12th – Porto Alegre – Gigantinho – (the show was previously booked to happen on Oct. 11th on Zequinha Stadium)

Because of these changes, the concert scheduled in Curitiba on October 10 unfortunately had to be cancelled.

For the refund of the tickets purchased for the show in Curitiba, please follow the directions below:

Purchases made personally (box office or other retail outlet):
a. Return to the same location where the purchase was made
b. Present the ticket
c. If the purchase has been made in cash or debit card, the repayment will occur through bank deposit;
d. For purchases made by credit card, the amount will be credited on the card bill used, in 20 days.

Purchases made not personally (Internet and call-center):
a. Send an e-mail with the purchasing date to, subject "REFUND";
b. The amount paid will be credited to the card bill used, in 20 days.

Even with the change of date and place of the concert in Porto Alegre, the tickets purchased for this show are valid for the same sectors. There is no need to exchange tickets.

Anyone who purchased tickets and cannot attend the rescheduled concert should follow the orientation described above.

For both concerts (Curitiba and Porto Alegre), refunds may be requested starting on Sept. 12th.

More information: 4003-5588 (valid for the entire country). Monday to Saturday from 9AM to 9PM.

For the new date in the Citibank Hall, Rio de Janeiro, on Oct. 10th, ticket information is below:

LP Underground Presale – Sept. 12th
General Public On Sale – Sept. 14th


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Comment by Michael Paul on September 13, 2012 at 5:53am

Come on! Where is the band to say something? 

Comment by Lara on September 13, 2012 at 3:55am

they must come to germany! :(

Comment by Saerah Sastrokarijo on September 13, 2012 at 3:09am

SIGH .... LINKIN PARK will be in BRAZIL. I SOOOOOO WANNA GO!!!!!!!!!! you guys will be like a 5 hour flight away!!!! :( from Suriname to Brazil

BUT......  October in  Suriname, there is school ........ SIGH ........ SUCKS MAN :'(

Comment by Pollyanna Albarello on September 12, 2012 at 8:20pm

Porto Alegre *-* ♥

Comment by one angry fan! on September 12, 2012 at 7:03pm


Comment by braianch on September 12, 2012 at 3:20pm

Comment by Tyrone Silvio Neves Hirt Stacher on September 12, 2012 at 2:18pm

as it say faint "I won't be ignored". You're pretending we don't exist, are totally ignoring. Shame of have defended this band for so many years, now she does not even give me an explanation.

Comment by Jackiedis on September 12, 2012 at 12:45pm

eu quero esse show aqui 

que droga, tantos anos esperando, pra na hora H cancelarem

no mínimo, não tivessem adicionado outro show no rio de janeiro, 2 shows na mesma cidade, e a gente aqui em curitiba sem nenhum


Comment by Stacey on September 12, 2012 at 10:20am

I'm still inconforma that the show was canceled in Curitiba, I was anxious for this show, would travel only 4 hours, now if I want to go on the show as close to my house is in sao paulo with 10 hours of traveling, with a different price and hotel entrance, not to mention the rush that this will cause, is this really fair? with ticket in hand simply cancel the show and nobody gives a decent reason? nor banda manifested?! really like you guys say themselves:

"And nobody says anything.

And everyone gets quiet.

But nobody's listening. "

thanks for concideração, fondly another disappointed fan.

Comment by Guilherme Hecke Gusso on September 12, 2012 at 10:06am

Are you kidding, right? We want a concert in Curitiba! Please, think better about this. So many fans were waiting this night, you CAN'T do it to your  own fans.


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