LINKIN PARK's Projekt: Revolution tour date scheduled for tonight (April 8) at the Blue Cross Arena in Rochester has been postponed due to a huge snowstorm that is blanketing the northeast. The new date for the show is scheduled for Tuesday, July 22."At present the LINKIN PARK crew has assembled in Reading, PA to complete rehearsals and as the day progresses it is becoming apparent that the members of the band and crew that are still due to arrive are not going to make it to either the rehearsal or to the Rochester show," reads a message posted on the group's official web site. "Rather than risk health and well being of the entourage due to the inclement weather, we've decided to move the show. LINKIN PARK regrets the inconvenience to their fans and looks forward to seeing them on July 22nd. The next show will play as scheduled at The Bryce Jordan Center in State College, PA on April 9th," said Michael Arfin, LINKIN PARK's agent in New York. Tickets for the Tuesday, April 8 show will be honored at the Tuesday, July 22 show.
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