Watch Chester Bennington’s Final Performance With Linkin Park

Linkin Park played their final show with their late frontman Chester Bennington at the Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham, England on 6th July.

As the world comes to terms with the singer’s tragic death today, we’ve begun to reflect back on the incredibly emotive lyrics and impassioned live vocal performances which resonated with so many people worldwide.

Linkin Park released their divisive new album One More Light earlier this year, and had been taking a short break from their world tour when Bennington died. Before they were set to head back on the road on 27th July, they performed a show that included both newer material and some of their old classics.

Fan footage captured from the moshpit at the end of the show sees Linkin Park perform their 2007 hit ‘Bleed It Out’ to close out their set. Bennington can be seen giving absolutely everything to the performance, which is a reminder of how much he gave every time he stepped on stage.

Tributes to the late musician, who was just 41 years of age, have already begun flowing in from his contemporaries around the world.

Watch clips of Bennington’s final performance with Linkin Park, below.

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