Linkin Park Footage has Surfaced from One of The Bands First Live Shows in 2000 [WATCH]

Footage has surfaced of one of Linkin Park’s first live performances ever, the performance took place at a 300-capacity venue called The Mason Jar in Phoenix, Arizona. This is way before Linkin Park had hits on flooding the radio, and before they they able to sell out stadiums, and even before the release of their debut album, Hybrid Theory. But this footage is of one of their first shows ever in a 300 cap room that wasn’t even sold out and they were the opening act, opening for The Union Underground.

The show was on August 15th, 2000 in Phoenix, AZ at the Mason Jar and who would’ve thought that just two short months later on October 24th, 2000, Linkin Park would release their debut record, Hybrid Theory, which would then change their lives forever launching them to rock-stardom rapidly.

The video that surfaced isn’t the best quality as in 2000 there was no such thing as HD video, were talking 18 almost 19 years ago, and the video is of Linkin Park’s full 32 minute set opening for The Union Underground, but will be a long-lasting memory for fans to remember their favorite and late vocalist, Chester Bennington’s earlier years.

Linkin Park Mason Jar Set List

01. Papercut

02. Forgotten

03. Points Of Authority

04. With You

05. Runaway

06. And One

07. In The End

08. A Place For My Head

09. One Step Closer

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