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LINKIN PARK AND 30 SECONDS TO MARS TO WEBCAST LOS ANGELES SHOW

Linkin Park and 30 Seconds To Mars will broadcast the September 15th date of the Carnivores Tour at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles live through the online webcast platform VyRT. Digital tickets for the one-time only event can be purchased now by visiting the VyRT website and setting up a free account. 30 Seconds To Mars has worked closely in recent years with VyRT, which is an online destination for artists to share concerts, events and information in a social way with fans.

30 Seconds To Mars frontman Jared Leto said, "This is the one and only broadcast of what could be some of the best shows we have ever played. Spending this summer with our friends in Linkin Park has been epic, amazing and insane."

The Carnivores Tour kicked off last month and Linkin Park DJ Joe Hahn told us that the band's current set list spans all the different stages of its career: "We want to cover the entire spectrum, you know. I think people come out for different reasons as far as what they like about the band. There's a big core of people that really love the old stuff, and also there's a great appreciation for our evolution and experimentality, and then also for what we're doing now, so we try to map it out in a way that feels like there's a progression to it."

CHECK IT OUT: To sign up and watch the September 15th broadcast click here.

Watch Linkin Park perform on August 15th in Camden, New Jersey:

 

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