Limp Bizkit share incredible footage of 100,000 fans going wild to Break Stuff in Argentina

Limp Bizkit have posted some absolutely amazing from-the-stage footage of their performance at Lollapalooza Argentina this weekend.

The Jacksonville titans helped close out proceedings at the 100,000-capacity Hipódromo de San Isidro on Sunday evening, delivering an explosive 11-song set that opened and closed with 2000 mega-single Break Stuff, according to setlist.fm.

And naturally that’s the song they’ve chosen to share online, with a colossal, packed-out crowd singing the iconic opening verse, ‘It’s just one of those days where you don’t want to wake up…’ even louder than Fred Durst himself, while also continuously jumping up and down and giving it their all.

The video is already Bizkit’s most-watched Instagram Reel (admittedly they don’t have a ton of them, but still!) with almost one million views in less than a day.

A live review of the show from the Buenos Aires Herald said that “the energy of Limp Bizkit’s set was unparalleled”, and that they “got the largest mosh-pit of the weekend” – you can see that for yourselves below: