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Linkin Park’s Tribute Performance of “In the End” for Chester Bennington

This past Friday (October 27), family, friends and fans gathered at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles to pay tribute to Chester Bennington. Members of blink-182, Yellowcard, Korn, No Doubt, Avenged Sevenfold, System of a Down and more all participated.

Running over three hours, the entire event was streamed live. If you have the time, you can see the whole thing below, but if you just want the maximum jolt to the gut, start with Linkin Park’s first-ever performance of “In the End” without Chester. Hell, Friday was the first time they’ve ever performed without Chester ever.

Alan Cross

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