Limp Bizkit, Method Man, Redman Continue Touring

Rap-rock band, rappers begin second concert swing in early November after Family Values fest.

Rap-rockers Limp Bizkit will continue their road trip with rappers Redman

and Method Man after the current Family Values tour has run its course,

according to the band's label.

Beginning Nov. 4 in Tampa, Fla., the artists, who all appear on the Family

Values bill, will continue to perform together through the end of the

month.

Limp Bizkit will headline the November concert series, which will run up

the East Coast through Georgia, Tennessee and North Carolina before

wrapping up Nov. 22 at the Dane County Coliseum in Madison, Wis.

Another opening act, which has not yet been announced, also will appear

on the bill.

Limp Bizkit, whose ballad "Re-Arranged" (RealAudio

excerpt) is getting widespread radio play, will finish performing

on the second annual Family Values tour Oct. 31 in Biloxi, Miss., at the

Mississippi Coast Coliseum. The video for "Re-Arranged" is a commentary

on the media backlash against the group following its set at Woodstock

'99, during which hundreds of concert-goers were injured.

Wu-Tang Clan rapper Method Man and fellow MC Redman recently released

their debut full-length collaboration Black Out! Fred Durst and

Method Man previously teamed on the song "N 2 Gether Now" (RealAudio

excerpt), from Limp Bizkit's chart-topping second album,

Significant Other.

Limp Bizkit/Method Man–Redman tour dates:

Nov. 4; Tampa, Fla.; USF Sun Dome

Nov. 5; Miami, Fla.; Miami Arena

Nov. 6; Orlando, Fla.; Orlando Arena

Nov. 8; Atlanta, Ga.; Philips Arena

Nov. 9; Nashville, Tenn.; Nashville Arena

Nov. 10; Memphis, Tenn.; Mid South Coliseum

Nov. 12; Knoxville, Tenn.; Thompson-Boling Arena

Nov. 13; Charlotte, N.C.; Charlotte Coliseum

Nov. 14; Mooresville, N.C.; Raleigh Sports and Entertainment Arena

Nov. 16; East Rutherford, N.J.; Continental Airlines Arena

Nov. 17; Montreal, Quebec; Molson Centre

Nov. 18; Toronto, Ontario; Skydome

Nov. 20; Peoria, Ill.; Peoria Civic Center

Nov. 21; Omaha, Neb.; Omaha Civic Auditorium

Nov. 22; Madison, Wis.; Dane County Coliseum