Limp Bizkit Made One Lucky Christchurch Fan’s Day At Their First Kiwi Show In 16 Years
ICYMI, Limp Bizkit are gracing our shores this year, and they just blew NZ away with their first show there in 16 years!
Let's take you back. It's the year 2000. You just bought a Walkman and you've been playing Nookie non stop until you can't headbang anymore.
Now, imagine yourself 18 years later. You've probably got a corporate job, and a whole new lifestyle, but deep down you're still ready to drop everything for one last rage show so you can belt it out to Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavoured Water.
That was the case for a regular man from Christchurch who last night lived the dream of all us mullet rocking teens. Lead singer Fred Durst pulled average joe Andy Spall up from the audience for a ~hardcore~ rendition of George Michael's Faith.
Spall was obvs losing his sh*t after being selected by Durst, and told Stuff.co.nz that it was a "once in a lifetime" opportunity.
"Limp Bizkit blew me away...I'm speechless," he said.
Congrats mate! We are jealous to say the least.
Now, let's all keep headbanging until we see them back in NZ! If its in another 16 years, someone may need to wheelchair us in.