Last night (March 5th) at Los Angeles venue The Troubadour, Limp Bizkit reunited their original lineup for a special "Three Dollar Show, Y'all" gig — at the fan-friendly ticket price of $3. The show not only saw the return of bassist Sam Rivers, but it brought out a star-studded crowd ready to indulge in a little nostalgia with the rap-rock icons. While the gig's name obviously references the group's 1997 album, Three Dollar Bill, Y'all, they ultimately chose to perform a cross-section of their material both old and more recent.
Joining front man Fred Durst at different points were artists like Machine Gun Kelly who hopped onstage for the latter half of 2000's Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water track "My Generation" and Marilyn Manson lending a hand on "My Way" from the same album after Durst ascended into the VIP section. In the Instagram video below, you can see Smashing Pumpkins singer Billy Corgan seated next to Manson, making the ordeal a truly Nineties affair.
Throughout the set lyrics were projected from either side of the stage in an invitation for the crowd to truly participate in the show. Durst is lively and engaging throughout the clips posted by fans, and the band threw in covers by the Who, Metallica, Nirvana, and more. See the set list as reported by The PRP below.
"Show Me What You Got"
"Rollin' (Air Raid Vehicle)"
"Livin' It Up"
"Heart-Shaped Box" (Nirvana cover)
"Pollution" (with a fan on vocals)
"Eat You Alive"
"Behind Blue Eyes" (The Who cover)
"Don't Stop Believin'"/"Brain Stew"/"Mouth For War"/"For Whom The Bell Tolls" (medley)
"Faith" (George Michael cover)
"Take A Look Around"