He'll be coming to London for a headline show in March 2019.
Mike Shinoda, famed as a member of rock outfit Linkin Park, has announced a headline solo show. He’ll be bringing material from his recent Post Traumatic album, as well as music released with Fort Minor and Linkin Park, to London’s Roundhouse on 10 March 2019.
The show forms part of a wider European tour, which also sees Shinoda take to Germany, France, Hungary, Italy, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Netherlands and Luxembourg throughout March.
Mike Shinoda dropped Post Traumatic, his first solo album, in June 2018 to critical acclaim. The album’s title, as well as its lyrical content, references the untimely death of Linkin Park bandmate Chester Bennington.
Ticketmaster caught up with Shinoda at Reading Festival earlier in the year to find out more about his live performance, and the relationship between celebration and commemoration in his music and show. Watch our interview below:
Rising to fame alongside Linkin Park, Shinoda and the band have seven albums to their name, releasing breakthrough debut Hybrid Theory in 2000.
Mike released The Rising Tied, the one and only album as Fort Minor, five years later.
Post Traumatic followed the release of Linkin Park’s One More Light in 2017.
Mike Shinoda arrives at London’s Roundhouse on the 10 March 2019 as part of his solo European tour.
Tickets for Mike Shinoda in London will be available from 9:00 on Friday 30 November 2018 through Ticketmaster.co.uk.