Projekt Evolution

In case you thought traveling music festivals had no roots

Linkin Park keeps the eclectic nature of music festivals alive.
James Minchin
Linkin Park keeps the eclectic nature of music festivals alive.

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Projekt Revolution Featuring Linkin Park, Busta Rhymes, Atreyu, Chris Cornell, the Bravery, Hawthorne Heights, 10 Years, and Ashes dIVIDE. Friday, August 1, at Cruzan Amphitheatre, 601-7 Sansbury's Way, West Palm Beach. 2 p.m. $15-$70. Call 561-795-8883, or visit www.livenation.com.

This sentiment continued with later Lollapaloozas, and Cornell has little doubt he's going to find the same brotherhood out on tour with Shinoda, Endicott, and the other acts, which include Busta Rhymes, Atreyu, and Hawthorne Heights. This is what continues to set Projekt Revolution apart from music-festival tours that seem more concerned with promoting the sponsor — liquor, cars, shoes, energy drinks, insert random product here — than any true musical spirit. While commerce will always be an important factor, most of the artists don't show up to get rich (many are already riding commercial highs). They instead show up because they want what those fabled few had during Lollapalooza's heyday — and what perhaps tomorrow's musicians will lament about Projekt Revolution's run too.

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