Linkin Park will reunite to pay tribute to their late singer Chester Bennington at a special tribute concert in Los Angeles.
According to Rolling Stone, the one-night-only concert is set for Oct. 27 at the Hollywood Bowl and will raise money for Music for Relief’s One More Light Fund in memory of Bennington, who died on July 20.
Linkin Park also released a video for “One More Light,” the title track on the band’s latest LP. In the video, Bennington is surrounded by fans while he’s on stage performing. It also features close-ups of the late singer smiling into the camera.
Linkin Park said in August that it planned to hold a “special public event” in Los Angeles to honor Bennington.
Bennington took his own life at his Palos Verdes Estates, California, home in July. He was 41. The Los Angeles County coroner’s department determined that he had died as the result of hanging.
Following Bennington’s death, Linkin Park wrote a heartfelt letter to the singer, writing, “you touched so many lives, maybe even more than you realized.”
News of Bennington’s death came just hours after Linkin Park released its latest music video, “Talking to Myself.” The band, which released its latest album “One More Light” in May, was scheduled to hit the road again in late July. The band subsequently canceled its upcoming tour.
For ticket information, visit Linkin Park’s website.