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MOSCOW, October 19. /TASS/. American iconic rock band Limp Bizkit may give concerts in Donetsk and Luhansk as part of their 2016 tour, the Donetsk news agency said on Monday.
The invitation has been sent by Alexander Paretsky, the culture minister of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic, the agency said.
"The Information Ministry has already sent the invitation to the band," the minister said.
According to the tour organizers, the rock band will consider visiting Donetsk and Luhansk next year.
"We’ve talked to the band and they said they may put the two cities on their tour list," organizers said.
According to the organizers, the most important issue is delivering all the concert stuff, which is difficult due to current situation in Donbas.
Limp Bizkit is a worldwide famous new metal band, founded in 1994 in Florida.
Earlier in October its frontman Fred Durst submitted an address to the Crimean administration, expressing his wish to move to the peninsula.
The band will give concerts in a number of Russian cities in October and November this year.