Limp Bizkit Performs 'Three Dollar Show, Y'all'

On Tuesday night, with their original lineup Limp Bizkit performed a previously announced “Three Dollar Show, Y’all” in L.A.

Fans are still awaiting a new album from the band, but in the meantime they were treated to not only the original lineup performing, (including bassist Sam Rivers) but also a few special guests showed up like Marilyn Manson, Machine Gun Kelly, and Billy Corgan.

Manson and MGK joined the band for a cover of ‘My Generation,’ (WATCH HERE) while Corgan was just there to enjoy the show. The band apparently played a few cover tunes from George Michael and Nirvana as well, WITH a karaoke screen onstage for fans to sing along.

The expectation was there, (because of the name of the show) that Limp Bizkit would perform songs from their 1997 debut album, “Three Dollar Bill, Y’all,” but they stuck to covers and a few of the hits.
Check out the set list HERE.