Unicorns N' Rainbows Tour

Unicorns N' Rainbows Tour
Tour by Limp Bizkit
Start date May 20, 2009
End date August 17, 2009
Legs 2
No. of shows 33
*27 Europe
*6 Asia
Limp Bizkit concert chronology

The Unicorns N' Rainbows Tour was a comeback tour by American rock band Limp Bizkit, in 2009. It was the band's first concert tour since 2004, and the first since Wes Borland's return earlier in 2009, and is considered to be their reunion tour.[1]

It took place mostly in Europe, visiting countries they never visited before, and extended into a short Asian leg as well, as well as one-off special appearance in Las Vegas, Nevada, after a UFC 100 performance was cancelled.[2] Two German dates on the tour, in Hamburg and Dortmund, were supported by rap rock act Hollywood Undead.

The tour marks the reunion of the band's original line-up (Fred Durst, Wes Borland, Sam Rivers, DJ Lethal and John Otto), as well as the release of a new album, the band's first since 2005's The Unquestionable Truth (Part 1). The new album, due to release sometime in 2010, will be followed by an additional promotional tour, this time in North America as well.

Set list

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
May 20, 2009RigaLatviaArena Riga
May 21, 2009VilniusLithuaniaSiemens Arena
May 23, 2009TallinnEstoniaSaku Suurhall Arena
May 25, 2009HelsinkiFinlandKaapelitehdas
May 27, 2009Saint PetersburgRussiaIce Palace
May 29, 2009MoscowGreen Theatre
May 31, 2009KievUkrainePalace of Sports
June 4, 2009NeuchâtelSwitzerlandFesti'neuch
June 5, 2009NürnbergGermanyRock im Park
June 7, 2009NürburgRock am Ring
Support act: Hollywood Undead
June 9, 2009HamburgGermanyStadtpark Freilichtbühne
June 10, 2009DortmundWestfalenhalle
June 12, 2009DoningtonEnglandDownload Festival
Headlining dates
June 13, 2009IstanbulTurkeyRapcore Fest
June 14, 2009MilanItalyRock In Idro
June 17, 2009BerlinGermanyColumbiahalle
June 18, 2009PragueCzech RepublicO2 Arena
June 20, 2009VaraždinCroatiaVaraždin Arena
June 21, 2009NickelsdorfAustriaNova Rock Festival
June 24, 2009SzczecinPolandSzczecin Rock Festival
June 26, 2009Nové Mesto nad VáhomSlovakiaTopfest
June 28, 2009BucharestRomaniaArenele Romane
June 29, 2009SofiaBulgariaRock The Balkans
July 2, 2009SopronHungaryVOLT Festival
July 4, 2009WerchterBelgiumRock Werchter Festival
July 8, 2009ParisFranceLe Zénith
July 18, 2009Las VegasUnited StatesThe Pearl
August 1, 2009LondonEnglandThe Forum
August 2, 2009KnebworthSonisphere Festival
August 7, 2009OsakaJapanSummer Sonic Festival
August 9, 2009Chiba
August 11, 2009TokyoJCB Hall
August 13, 2009OsakaZepp
August 15, 2009SeoulSouth KoreaETPFEST
August 17, 2009Olympic Hall


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