Projekt Revolution is an annual concert tour headlined by Linkin Park. The tour takes place in the United States, although the 2007 tour included a stop in Toronto. Its main focus is to bring together artists and fans in rock and hip-hop. In its first three years, Projekt Revolution brought together such performers as Adema, Cypress Hill, Snoop Dogg, and Mudvayne


  • Linkin Park
  • Cypress Hill
  • Adema
  • DJ Z-Trip



In 2004, the tour featured two stages, the Revolution Stage and the Main Stage. It was also somewhat less dominated by hip-hop.

Main Stage

Revolution Stage

Occasionally, a show would have DJ Z-Trip as the master of ceremonies.


For 2007, Linkin Park decided to make the tour green by donating $1 of every ticket to American Forests through their charity Music for Relief and using biodiesel on a majority of their buses, eliminating an estimated 350 tons of carbon emissions.[1] There will also be informative booths that will show concert goers how to lower their greenhouse gas emissions.[2]

It was revealed in Revolver magazine that Muse was in the list of bands Linkin Park had picked but couldn't join Projekt Revolution as they had other commitments to deal with.

On August 22, 2007, streamed the concert live, allowing MySpace users to watch the concert for free from their performance at DTE Energy Music Theatre in Clarkston, MI. The event was hosted by Matt Pinfield.

Linkin Park is selling their performance from the 2007 PR tour at the merchandise booths, each CD comes with a blank disc and a special code that allows you to download and burn that specific Linkin Park performance from the venue it was purchased at. The price of purchase for the CDs are $11.00.

Main Stage

Revolution Stage

See alsoEdit


  1., Music: Linkin Park's hybrid theories, Retrieved on July 26 2007
  2., Rock Politics, Retrieved on July 26 2007

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