Limp Bizkit Are Playing a "Three Dollar Show Y'All"

You can see the original lineup next week in L.A. for just $3
Limp Bizkit Are Playing a 'Three Dollar Show Y'All'
There once was a time in this world — long before bots, scalpers, and alleged collusion — where you could buy concert tickets for single-figure prices. Now, fans of Limp Bizkit will be able to relive that by the band playing a show for just $3. Yes, Three Dollar Bill, Y'all$ is going next level.

On Facebook yesterday (February 28), the band announced a March 5 performance at the Troubadour in Los Angeles, with tickets costing just $3 each. Billed as a performance with the group's "original lineup," stubs to the all-ages event go on sale here at 3 p.m. PST.

It is presently unclear whether or not the "original lineup" touted for the gig will feature guitarist Rob Waters in place of Wes Borland. Of course, turntablist DJ Lethal officially rejoined the group in 2018 after a five-year absence.

The accompanying show poster, which you can see above, bills the gig as the "Three Dollar Show Y'All." For the uninitiated, this is an apparent reference to their 1997 debut LP Three Dollar Bill, Y'all$, though it remains unclear whether or not they will play the effort in its entirety.

Limp Bizkit last released their Gold Cobra album in 2011, and fans have been eagerly awaiting a follow-up effort reportedly titled Stampede of the Disco Elephants. In 2017, frontman Fred Durst suggested that the effort had already been released online.