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BlizzCon 2015 Musical Act: Linkin Park Announced as Video Game Convention Closer!



BlizzCon 2015, the video gaming convention celebrating and showcasing titles from Blizzard Entertainment, takes place next month, and news today is sure to have attendees excited. The two-day event comes to an end on Saturday, November 7, but it will go out with a bang thanks to the special musical guest this year. Linkin Park has officially been named the closing act of this year's events! Check out more about this news below.

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The events of BlizzCon 2015 will close out with a special performance from one of the biggest bands in the world (via IGN). Clearly, all parties involved are very excited about this news.

"Playing BlizzCon will be one hell of a first for us," said singer Chester Bennington. "We're looking forward to giving all the gamers out there a killer rock show."

You can find out more about BlizzCon, including details on tickets, the Virtual Ticket and the schedule of events in our previous coverage right here! If you aren't attending this year, you can sign up for a Virtual Ticket and stream the events of the convention from the comfort of your own home, if you'd like. Learn more about the Virtual Ticket right here:

The music of Linkin Park will rock gamers out of their seats in 2015, bringing a close to one of the most important video game events of the year.

"We're beyond excited to welcome SoCal natives Linkin Park to close out BlizzCon with a bang on Saturday night," Blizzard Entertainment CEO and cofounder Mike Morhaime said. "We can't think of a better way to bring two full days of gaming and action-packed eSports matches to an epic conclusion than with a band that'll carry the weekend's electricity through to the very end."

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