Limp Bizkit’s Electrifying Performance at Lollapalooza Argentina Sends Internet into Frenzy

A sensational video capturing Limp Bizkit’s epic performance at Lollapalooza in Argentina has taken the internet by storm, amassing over one million views in less than a day.

In a remarkable turn of events, the 2020s have witnessed a resurgence in popularity for the nu-metal icons, who have transcended their previous label as mere nu-metal jesters to reclaim their status as one of the most revered bands in the scene. The resurgence traces back to lead singer Fred Durst’s iconic appearance at Lollapalooza in Chicago in 2021, where he sported a distinctive “dad outfit,” sparking renewed interest in the band.

Once again, the Lollapalooza stage proved to be a sanctuary for Limp Bizkit, this time in the heart of South America, as they commanded a colossal audience who swayed in unison and belted out every lyric to the opening anthem, “Break Stuff.”

Closing the set with the same electrifying energy, Limp Bizkit demonstrated a boldness few could match, and the result was nothing short of spectacular, solidifying Durst and his bandmates’ legendary status.

The band graciously shared a snippet of the Argentinian crowd’s fervor as they erupted when Limp Bizkit took center stage. Witness the exhilarating moment below, and continue scrolling to explore the complete setlist from the unforgettable night, along with a compilation of fan-captured moments throughout the show.

Limp Bizkit Setlist: March 17, 2024 (Argentina)

via setlist.fm

  1. (Intro Tape) “Turn It Up, Bitch”
  2. “Break Stuff”
  3. “Take a Look Around”
  4. (Tape) “Snacky Poo”
  5. “Hot Dog”
  6. “Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle)”
  7. (Tape) “Proud Mary” (Creedence Clearwater Revival cover)
  8. “My Generation” (Note: Performance paused for medical assistance to a fan)
  9. (Tape) “Seven Nation Army”/”Naughty by Nature”
  10. “Behind Blue Eyes” (The Who cover)
  11. “Nookie”
  12. “Full Nelson”
  13. “Re-Arranged” (preceded by snippet of “Jerry Was a Race Car Driver”)
  14. “Killing in the Name” (Rage Against the Machine cover)
  15. (Tape) “90.2.10”
  16. “Break Stuff”
  17. (Outro Tape) “Jump Around” (House of Pain cover)

Experience the electrifying energy of Limp Bizkit’s live performance in Argentina on March 17, 2024.

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