Limp Bizkit Bringing Surprising Opening Act to Wisconsin in 2024
Limp Bizkit is hitting the road in 2024 and they will kick off a 24-city tour in Wisconsin with a surprising opening act.
The 2024 Loserville Tour will cruise around North America next summer and it will all get started on Tuesday, July 16th at the Somerset Amphitheater in Somerset, Wisconsin. Limp Bizkit will be joined on the road with Bones with Eddy Baker & Zavier Wulf, N8NOFACE, and Corey Feldman. The show will also feature Riff Raff as the host and MC on each night of the tour.
When Do Tickets Go Onsale?
Tickets for the 2024 Loserville Tour go on presale Thursday, December 7th, and the general on-sale starts at 10 AM on Friday, December 8th. Tickets and more information about the presale and general on-sale can be found here.
Somerset Amphitheater also offers a variety of add-ons and upgrades, including VIP parking, fast event entry, access to VIP-only areas, and lawn chair rental.
Why is Corey Feldman Opening?
Corey Feldman rose to fame in the 80's as a child actor appearing in films like 'Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter', 'Gremlins', 'The Goonies', and 'Stand by Me,' and now he's busy signing autographs and taking photos at fan conventions and touring with his band.
Feldman recorded and released his first album called 'Love Left' in 1992, and has been recording his own music and appearing in other artist's music videos ever since. In 2016 Feldman released 'Angelic 2 the Core', a tribute album to his friends Micheal Jackson and Corey Haim. Earlier this year Feldman went viral with his performance at the Riot Fest in Chicago, the 30-minute set was full of cringy moments.
On his official website, Feldman says about joining the tour, "THE NEWS IS OUT AS I MENTIONED #THEGOONIES WERE A GROUP OF MISFIT LOSERS WHO ENDED UP SAVING THE DAY. LIKE MY CHARACTER MOUTH, WHICH I HAV EMBRACED IM AN UNDERDOG SO Y NOT JOIN #LOSERVILLE? I AM EXCITED 2 B CALLED A LOSER!
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