Linkin Park Performs Tribute Show for Chester Bennington

Watch Linkin Park and Friends Remember Chester Bennington with Three Plus Hour Concert at the Hollywood Bowl

Linkin Park Performs Tribute Show for Chester Bennington

Linkin Park paid their respects to late band member Chester Bennington during an emotional tribute concert months after his suicide.

Bennington, 41, took his own life in July (17), after battling depression.

The star-studded rock celebration took place at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on Friday (27Oct17), and featured performances from blink-182, System Of A Down and Korn's Jonathan Davis.

Mike Shinoda, who hosted the event, told the crowd: "Doing this show is one of the hardest things I think that we've ever chose to do. Love you guys", bandmate Mike Shinoda wrote in a Twitter post last month.

During the show, Shinoda premiered the tribute song, "Looking For An Answer", which saw him performing solo.

Since Chester's passing in July, Linkin Park have established the One More Light Fund as part of their Music For Relief charity.

"Saving lives is exactly what we plan to do in Chester's memory", Bennington said in a speech introducing her partnership with "Give an Hour" and Change Direction, a nonprofit dedicated to changing the conversation and culture around mental health. It is time we recognize that mental health is as important as our physical health.

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