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"It’s been a great year for Limp Bizkit, and we wanted to give something real back to the fans."
—Limp Bizkit vocalist Fred Durst
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The rumored Limp Bizkit/Cypress Hill tour seems to have become a reality and will kick off July 4 in Chicago.

The tour will run through Aug. 6 and is free.

"It's been a great year for Limp Bizkit, and we wanted to give something real back to the fans," said lead vocalist fred durst',390,400);">fred durst',390,400);">Fred Durst. "Something besides all those pirated downloads of the new ‘Mission: Impossible' track."

A third act on the bill, ticket information, dates, and venues will be announced at press conference today in Los Angeles. The announcement will emanate from the band's West Hollywood recording studio where they are currently working on their next release, tentatively titled "Chocolate Starfish And The Hot Dog Flavored Water."

Whether the tour will be sponsored by Napster--as was reported in the Los Angeles Times--was not confirmed. The Times reported on Friday (4/22) that Limp Bizkit was close to completing a $2 million deal with Napster.

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