Update: Tickets to the event at the Rock Pub were sold out.
BANGKOK — Music fans will gather at three venues for tribute concerts in memory of Chester Bennington, lead singer of Linkin Park who died last week.
The first event kicks off at 9pm on July 30 at Parking Toys with local rock bands such as Quake, Sixty Ninth and Muchmellow performing live. The music venue is located on Kaset-Nawamin Road in the Lat Phrao area.
Aug. 1 concert will take place at Chester Bennington – Linkin Park memorial tribute at Hard Rock Cafe in Soi Siam Square 7. The lineup includes up-and-coming rock band Bomb at Track and Kittisak “Aey” Buapan, the vocalist of Ebola, which opened for Linkin Park concerts at all three of its Bangkok shows. Admission is free. The event starts at 9pm.
On Sunday, fans laid flowers and candles at Aktiv Square, the venue where Linkin Park performed in 2004, 2007 and 2011.
Bennington, 41, was found dead at his home near Los Angeles on Thursday. Coroners said he hanged himself.