Three Dollar Bill Tour

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Three Dollar Bill Tour
Tour by Limp Bizkit
Associated album Three Dollar Bill, Y'all$
Start dateOctober 1, 1996 (1996-10-01)
End dateJune 28, 1998 (1998-06-28)
Limp Bizkit concert chronology
  • Early shows
  • Three Dollar Bill Tour
  • Ozzfest

The Three Dollar Bill Tour was the very first concert tour by American rap rock band Limp Bizkit, in support of their first studio album, Three Dollar Bill, Y'all$ . They spent most of the tour supporting bands like Korn, Faith No More, Primus, Deftones and Soulfly, before embarking on their own headlining tour.

Tour dates

Date [1] CityCountryVenue
supporting Korn
October 1, 1996 Fullerton United States Club 369
October 2, 1996 West Hollywood The Roxy
October 4, 1996 Las Vegas The Joint
October 5, 1996 Salt Lake City Utah State Fair Park
October 6, 1996 El Dorado Hills El Dorado Saloon
October 7, 1996 Palo Alto The Edge
October 9, 1996 San Francisco The Fillmore
October 10, 1996 Ventura The Majestic Theater
October 11, 1996 San Diego SOMA
October 12, 1996 Fresno Wilson Theatre
October 13, 1996 San Bernardino Orange Pavilion
October 15, 1996 Denver Ogden Theatre
October 16, 1996 Lawrence Liberty Hall
October 17, 1996 Chicago Metro
October 18, 1996 Minneapolis First Avenue
October 19, 1996 Milwaukee The Rave
October 20, 1996 Grand Rapids Orbit Room
October 22, 1996 St. Louis Mississippi Nights
October 23, 1996 Cincinnati Bogart's
October 24, 1996 Columbus Newport Music Hall
October 25, 1996 Pittsburgh Metropol
October 26, 1996 Buffalo Ogden Music Hall
October 28, 1996 Cleveland Agora Theatre
October 29, 1996 Detroit State Theatre
March 6, 1997 Mesa Mesa Amphitheatre
March 8, 1997 Denver Ogden Theatre
March 9, 1997 Kansas City Memorial Hall
March 11, 1997 New Orleans State Palace Theatre
March 12, 1997 Pensacola Bayfront Arena
March 13, 1997 Tampa Entertainment Hall
March 14, 1997 Orlando University of Central Florida
March 15, 1997 Athens Classic Center
March 17, 1997 Louisville The Brewery
March 18, 1997 Dayton Hara Arena
March 20, 1997 Milwaukee The Rave
March 21, 1997 St. Paul Roy Wilkins Auditorium
March 22, 1997 Chicago Aragon Ballroom
March 24, 1997 Akron James A. Rhodes Arena
March 25, 1997 Toronto Canada The Warehouse
March 27, 1997 Lewiston United States Central Maine Civic Center
March 28, 1997 Fitchburg Wallace Civic Center (WAAF Indoor Beach Party)
March 29, 1997 Poughkeepsie Mid-Hudson Civic Center
May 17, 1997 Eindhoven Netherlands Dynamo Open Air
May 18, 1997 Landgraaf Pinkpop Festival
May 19, 1997 Birmingham United Kingdom Aston Villa Leisure Centre
May 21, 1997 Manchester Manchester Apollo
May 22, 1997 Glasgow Barrowlands
May 23, 1997 Newport Newport Centre
May 25, 1997 Brighton Essential Festival
May 26, 1997 Lille France L'Aéronef
May 27, 1997 Besançon Le Montjoye
May 28, 1997 Fribourg Switzerland Fri-Son
May 30, 1997 Florence Italy Tenax Club
May 31, 1997 Modena
June 2, 1997 Rouen FranceExo 7
June 3, 1997 London United Kingdom Brixton Academy
Vans Warped Tour 1997
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Vans Warped Tour 1997 - Europe
North America
supporting Faith No More
September 6, 1997 Tinley Park United StatesRockstock
September 7, 1997 Tulsa Edgefest
September 8, 1997 Wichita Crown Bingo Arena
September 9, 1997 St. Louis Mississippi Nights
September 10, 1997 Columbus Newport Music Hall
September 11, 1997 Cincinnati Bogart's
September 12, 1997 Atlanta United StatesCriminal Records Parking Lot
supporting Faith No More
September 12, 1997 Atlanta United States The Masquerade
September 13, 1997 Columbia Rockafella's
September 14, 1997 Nashville Exit/In
September 16, 1997 Washington, D.C. 9:30 Club
September 17, 1997 Sea Bright The Trade Winds
September 18, 1997 Providence The Strand
September 19, 1997 New York City Roseland Ballroom
September 20, 1997 Philadelphia Electric Factory
September 21, 1997 Worcester Locobazooka
September 22, 1997 Rochester United States Water Street Music Hall
supporting Faith No More
September 23, 1997 Cleveland United States Agora Theatre
September 24, 1997 Detroit St. Andrews Hall
September 25, 1997 Milwaukee Modjeska Theatre
supporting Pantera, with Faith No More, Machine Head, Coal Chamber
September 26, 1997 Bonner Springs United States Sandstone Amphitheatre
supporting Faith No More
September 27, 1997 Dallas United States Deep Ellum Live
September 28, 1997 New Orleans Mojo Music Festival
October 1, 1997 Denver Ogden Theatre
October 2, 1997 Salt Lake City Brick's
October 3, 1997 Las Vegas Huntridge Theater
October 4, 1997 Phoenix Celebrity Theater
October 5, 1997 Hollywood The Palace
October 6, 1997 San Francisco The Warfield
October 8, 1997 Portland La Luna
October 10, 1997 Vancouver CanadaThe Rage
October 11, 1997 Seattle United States Moore Theatre
October 7, 1997 San Francisco United StatesBottom of the Hill
October 8, 1997 Carmichael El Dorado Saloon
October 15, 1997 Des Moines Super Toad
October 17, 1997 Louisville The Brewery
October 21, 1997 Pasadena Daytona's
October 22, 1997 Hartford Webster Theater
supporting Primus, with Powerman 5000
October 23, 1997 Burlington United StatesMemorial Auditorium
October 24, 1997 Lewiston Central Maine Civic Center
October 25, 1997 Montreal CanadaMetropolis
October 26, 1997 Toronto The Warehouse
October 27, 1997 Cleveland United States Agora Theatre
October 29, 1997 Columbus Newport Music Hall
October 30, 1997 Cincinnati The Garage
October 31, 1997 Detroit State Theatre
November 1, 1997 Kalamazoo State Theatre
November 4, 1997 Toledo United StatesThe Asylum
supporting Primus, with Powerman 5000
November 5, 1997 Chicago United States Aragon Ballroom
November 6, 1997 Milwaukee Modjeska Theater
November 7, 1997 Minneapolis First Avenue
November 9, 1997 St. Louis American Theater
November 10, 1997 Columbia The Blue Note
November 11, 1997 Kansas City Beaumont Club
November 12, 1997 Tulsa Cain's Ballroom
November 14, 1997 Mesa Mesa Amphitheatre
November 15, 1997 Las Vegas The Joint
November 16, 1997 Hollywood Hollywood Palladium
November 17, 1997 Santa Cruz Civic Center
November 18, 1997 Fresno Rainbow Ballroom
November 20, 1997 Salem Salem Armory
supporting Deftones, with Will Haven
November 24, 1997 Washington, D.C. United States Capitol Ballroom
November 25, 1997 New York City Irving Plaza
November 26, 1997 Clinton St. John's Gym
November 28, 1997 Providence Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel
November 29, 1997 Asbury Park The Stone Pony
November 30, 1997 Philadelphia Trocadero Theatre
December 1, 1997 Columbus Alrosa Villa
December 2, 1997 Cincinnati Bogart's
December 3, 1997 Cleveland The Odeon
December 4, 1997 Rochester United StatesHarro East Ballroom
supporting Deftones, with Will Haven
December 5, 1997 Pontiac United StatesClutch Cargo's
December 6, 1997 Chicago Metro
December 7, 1997 Des Moines Supertoad's Entertainment Center
December 9, 1997 Minneapolis First Avenue
December 10, 1997 Omaha Ranch Bowl
December 11, 1997 St. Louis Galaxy
December 12, 1997 Lawrence Liberty Hall
December 13, 1997 St. Paul 93X Mad Ball
December 15, 1997 San Antonio The White Rabbit
Radio Christmas Shows
December 16, 1997 Grand Rapids United StatesWKLQ Radio Show
December 17, 1997 Pontiac Industry
December 18, 1997 Columbus WAZU Radio Show
December 19, 1997 Kansas City KLZR Radio Show
February 2, 1998 Osaka Japan
February 3, 1998 Tokyo Shibuya On Air West
February 4, 1998
Ladies Night in Cambodia Tour
supported by Clutch and Sevendust
February 18, 1998 Worcester United States Worcester Palladium
February 19, 1998 New Britain The Sting
February 20, 1998 Providence Lupo's Hearbreak Hotel
February 21, 1998 Asbury Park The Stone Pony
February 22, 1998 Philadelphia Electric Factory
February 24, 1998 Lancaster The Chameleon Club
February 25, 1998 Washington, D.C. 9:30 Club
February 27, 1998 New York City Hammerstein Ballroom
February 28, 1998 Rochester Main Street Armory
March 1, 1998 Cleveland Agora Theatre
March 2, 1998 Cincinnati Bogart's
March 3, 1998 Grand Rapids Orbit Room
March 5, 1998 Detroit State Theatre
March 6, 1998 Chicago House of Blues
March 7, 1998 Milwaukee Eagles Ballroom
March 8, 1998 St. Louis Mississippi Nights
March 9, 1998 Columbia The Blue Note
March 10, 1998 Minneapolis First Avenue
March 11, 1998 Kansas City Beaumont Club
March 12, 1998 Negril Jamaica MTV Fashionably Loud Spring Break Edition
March 13, 1998 Denver United States Ogden Theatre
March 14, 1998 Magna Saltair
March 16, 1998 Portland Roseland Theater
March 17, 1998 San Francisco Maritime Hall
March 18, 1998 Hollywood The Palace
March 19, 1998 Sacramento Crest Theatre
March 20, 1998 Las Vegas The Joint
March 21, 1998 Mesa Mesa Amphitheatre
March 23, 1998 Dallas Deep Ellum Live
March 24, 1998 Houston The Abyss
March 25, 1998 San Antonio The White Rabbit
March 26, 1998 Austin Liberty Lunch
March 27, 1998 Corpus Christi Texas Sky Park
March 28, 1998 Boston WAAF Indoor Beach Party
March 29, 1998 Zephyrhills 98 Rock's Livestock 8 Festival
March 30, 1998 Miami Radio Show
March 31, 1998 Fort Lauderdale Eden
April 1, 1998 Orlando House of Blues
April 2, 1998 Greenville Characters
April 3, 1998 Norfolk The Boathouse
April 4, 1998 Winston-Salem Ziggy's
April 6, 1998 Memphis The New Daisy Theatre
April 7, 1998 Louisville The Brewery
April 8, 1998 Atlanta The Roxy
April 9, 1998 Jacksonville MTV Lunch with Jesse
University of North Florida
European Tour
supporting Soulfly, with Cold
Limp Bizkit dropped out of the tour after a few dates, in favor of playing more shows in US
May 15, 1998 Manchester United Kingdom Manchester Academy
May 16, 1998 Glasgow Queen Margaret Union
May 17, 1998 Sheffield Foundry
May 19, 1998 London Astoria Theatre
May 20, 1998 Nottingham Rock City
May 21, 1998 Wolverhampton Civic Hall
May 22, 1998 Brussels Belgium VK
May 23, 1998 Amsterdam Netherlands The Max @ Melkweg
May 25, 1998 Copenhagen Denmark Pumpehuset
May 26, 1998 Stockholm Sweden Fryshuset Klubben
May 27, 1998 Malmö Kulturbolaget
May 29, 1998 Paris France Elysée Montmartre
May 30, 1998 Eindhoven Netherlands Dynamo Open Air
June 1, 1998 Hamburg Germany Markthalle
June 2, 1998 Frankfurt Batschkapp
June 3, 1998 Munich Babylon
June 4, 1998 Cologne Live Music Hall
June 5, 1998 Berlin Huxley's Neue Welt
June 7, 1998 Warsaw Poland Stodola
June 8, 1998 Krakow Hala Wisly Krakow
June 9, 1998 Vienna Austria Arena
June 10, 1998 Milan Italy Rolling Stone
June 12, 1998 Barcelona Spain Zeleste
June 13, 1998 Madrid Sala Canciller
June 15, 1998 Lisbon Portugal Coliseu dos Recreios
June 16, 1998 Porto Coliseu do Porto
June 19, 1998 Nantes FranceEscall
June 20, 1998 Milton Keynes United KingdomOzzfest UK
Pre-Ozzfest Tour
supported by Incubus, Cold and Staind
June 16, 1998 Birmingham United StatesFive Points Music Hall
June 17, 1998 Shreveport Malibu Beach Club
June 19, 1998 New Orleans House of Blues
June 20, 1998 Memphis The New Daisy Theatre
June 21, 1998 Louisville The Brewery
June 22, 1998 Toledo Exhibition Hall
June 24, 1998 Scranton Tink's Entertainment Complex
June 25, 1998 Buffalo The Funhouse
June 26, 1998 Springfield Riverside Park
June 27, 1998 Portland State Theatre
June 28, 1998 Syracuse The Lost Horizon
June 30, 1998 Hartford Webster Theatre
July 1, 1998 Poughkeepsie The Chance

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