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The 25-date trek is set to kick off on August 8 at Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, Florida, and wrap up on September 19 at California's Concord Pavilion.
The rumors are true, the 'X Factor (US) judge will lead the July 22 live show, replacing last year's Kaley Cuoco.
Stellar list of performers from different genres will take the stage at Las Vegas' MGM Grand this fall.
The 'Catalyst' hitmakers snatch the throne on the chart with their latest album 'Living Things', while the Adam Levine-fronted band follow at No. 2.
The promotional footage shows the Chester Bennington-fronted band performing 'Powerless' on stage, while plenty intense scenes from the upcoming thriller appear throughout the clip.
Filled with sci-fi special effects, this music video for the rock band's lead single off their much-anticipated album, 'Living Things', is directed by the band's DJ, Joe Hahn.
The newly-announced musical guests are confirmed to join Justin Bieber, Carrie Underwood, The Wanted and LMFAO for the upcoming event that will air live from Las Vegas on May 20.
'Big Hoops (Bigger the Better)' is the first taste from Nelly's new album 'The Spirit Indestructible', while 'Burn It Down' is released as the lead offering from LP's upcoming CD 'Living Things'.
The Chester Bennington-fronted band get a snake and the 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon' robots in the Joe Hahn-directed clip.
Dave Farrell, who recently met with Haitian officials to offer help for the ongoing relief effort, reminds fans, 'Haiti may have fallen from the headlines, but the country still needs our help.'
The three headlining acts of the three-day festival have been announced with Linkin Park scheduled to be the last act at this year's event.
The final night of some people before huge explosion hits their cities is the main focus in this Joe Hahn-directed music video.
The hard rock band are ready to get on the road again after giving frontman Chester Bennington a time to recuperate from viral infection.
The frontman is under doctor's advice to stay at home and recuperate before resuming the 'A Thousand Suns' tour.
To give time to Chester Bennington to recuperate from his mystery illness, Linkin Park were forced to scrap their gig on February 10.