Limp Bizkit postpones Stone Pony Summer Stage concert

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No “Nookie” for you.

Limp Bizkit, the one of the best nu-metal bands of the 90s, abruptly postponed their Friday concert at the Stone Pony Summer Stage in Asbury Park.

No reason for the postponement, as announced by Pony’s social media, was given.

“Unfortunately, tonight’s Limp Bizkit show at Stone Pony Summer Stage has been postponed,” reads Stone Pony’s announcement, posted an hour before the show started. “Please search for information regarding a new date to be announced shortly on www.stoneponyonline.com and an email from Ticketmaster will be sent to all buyers who have made purchases online. We are sorry for your inconvenience.

There was no response to a request for comment from Stone Pony and Live Nation, the promoter. The show was slated to be part of the group’s “Limited Last Minute Post Pandemic Popup Party” tour. The next show will be on Monday August 9 in Niagara Falls, NY

Limp Bizkit is in the midst of some sort of career resumption thanks to an unflattering portrayal of the HBO documentary “Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage”, and their performance at the last Lollapalooza festival last weekend in Chicago.

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Their streams and record sales saw a significant increase after the festival, Billboard reported.

Limp Bizkit, directed by Fred Durst, formed in 1994 in Jacksonville, Florida. Their hits include “Re-Arranged”, “Break Stuff”, “Rollin ‘” and “Nookie”.

Visit www.stoneponyonline.com for more information.

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Chris Jordan, originally from the Jersey Shore, covers the entertainment and features of the USA Today Network New Jersey. Contact him at @chrisfhjordan; [email protected]

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