In the End bills itself as “The Premiere Linkin Park Experience.” More than a tribute act to the long-running rock/metal band, In the End carries on the spirit of Linkin Park vocalist Chester Bennington, who passed away in 2017.
Each In the End concert is an emotional experience, the band members — all session musicians and accomplished players who’ve played various television shows, festivals and the like — putting everything they have into every second of the performance. It’s a celebration of Linkin Park’s music and fans, all in the name of paying tribute to the life and legacy of Chester Bennington.
(For more on In the End’s vision, read our 2019 interview with Chris Hodges, who serves as the band’s lead vocalist — assuming the responsibility of singing Bennington’s challenge vocals live.)
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On March 19, in the End will take the stage at the Regent in Los Angeles for the second annual Celebrating Chester — A Celebration Of Life event, the night before what would have been Bennington’s 44th birthday.
Via a news release:
The band, in partnership with Spaceland Presents, have teamed up with the mental health non-profit organization To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA) and will donate $2 from each ticket sold.
Tickets for the show are only $12 and are available here.
Here’s a trailer for the event: