To give time to Chester Bennington to recuperate from his mystery illness, Linkin Park were forced to scrap their gig on February 10.
Linkin Park have been forced to scrap a concert in Washington, D.C. on Thursday, February 10 to allow frontman Chester Bennington to recover from a mystery illness. The "Crawling" hitmakers canceled their Verizon Center gig after the singer was ordered to rest.
A statement posted on the rockers' website reads: "Lead vocalist Chester Bennington is ill and under doctor's orders to refrain from performing. The band sincerely regrets this unavoidable cancellation and apologies to fans for any disappointment caused."
As WENN went to press, Linkin Park's next tour stop in Uncasville, Connecticut on Friday, February 11 was still scheduled to go ahead as planned.