Linkin Park Pop Up Performance

In May this year, Chester Bennington and the band from Linkin Park performed a surprise show in a New York subway station.


Following the tragic news of Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington’s death by apparent suicide on Thursday (July 20), fans and friends of the beloved musician have been in mourning.

In honor of Bennington life and death, we found this performance from May this year where Linkin Park were part of a surprise mini-show at Grand Central Terminal to treat commuters on the underground.

The performance, taped in May, was a part of the week-long “Good Morning America” pop-up series which aired on Thursday mornings.Though Linkin Park had a new album (“One More Light”) which had just been released, the band went old school for the show with its 2000 hit, “In the End.”

Photos from the station showed dozens of fans gathering to watch, some throwing money into a guitar cut-out.

Pop-Up Week also included a Times Square performance by Sara Bareilles and the cast of “Waitress” on Tuesday.

Watch the surprise performance below:

Sources: Good Morning America
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