Limp Bizkit ended their Still Sucks tour Tuesday night (5/31) at the Toyota Arena in Ontario, CA. Limp Bizkit is still the classic lineup of Fred Durst (Lead Vocals), Wes Borland (Guitar), Sam Rivers (Bass), John Otto (Drums), and DJ Lethal (Turntables). Limp Bizkit released their first album in a decade, Still Sucks, last year. The support acts were Wargasm U.K., and Dying Wish. Heavy would be a good word to describe this show. Limp Bizkit played a 16-song set starting with Durst coming out in his ‘dad outfit,’ then sitting in an armchair one would use for watching TV while holding a little remote. Durst's outfit looked like something a mechanic would wear. He and DJ Lethal performed the single “Dad Vibes” off the new album before being joined by Borland, Rivers dressed in a bath robe, and Otto for “Out of Style.” In the audience were a number of fans dressed in Durst’s signature look, with a hoodie and backwards red hat. Following Ministry’s “Thieves,” Limp Bizkit started breaking out the old-school hits, all from their breakthrough Number 1 album Chocolate Starfish and the Hotdog Flavored Water with “Rollin’ (Air Raid Vehicle),” “Hot Dog,” “My Way,” “My Generation,” and “Livin’ It Up.” Following “Livin’ It Up,” DJ Lethal played a medley of songs including DMX’s “Party Up (Up In Here)” and Pantera’s “Walk.” Later they also performed “Full Nelson” and “Boiler” from that album.
Before their cover of George Michael’s “Faith” coming from their debut album Three Dollar Bill, Y’all, Durst tried to get the men of the audience to take their shirts off, yelling out “I want to see some man T***ies.” Borland got in the pit for “Faith.” On “Full Nelson” Wargasm’s Milkie Way joined in.
The final song of the show was “Break Stuff” coming from their second album Significant Other which went 7x Platinum and hit number one. Members of the opening groups came out as well as Limp Bizkit guests who were side stage during the show. In total there were around 30 people on stage. Simple Minds’ “Don’t You (Forget About Me) played as the show ended.