Limp Bizkit Tour Comes to Mohegan Sun Arena

Preeminent American rock band LIMP BIZKIT will return to the road this April for their month-long “Still Sucks Tour” including a stop at the ASM Global managed Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza in Wilkes-Barre, PA on Saturday, May 7th at 7:30pm. The AEG Presents trek will kick off in the band’s Florida home state and will include a stop in New York City at Madison Square Garden (May 13) with cross country shows including stops in Baltimore (May 15) and Las Vegas (May 28) before concluding with a Los Angeles-area date (Ontario on May 31).  Watch the band talking about the tour in this cheeky clip.  Tickets for the tour go on sale this Friday (March 18) at 10:00 AM (local time) at or Tickets will not be sold via Ticketmaster or in person at the NBT Bank Box Office at Mohegan Sun Arena.

Formed in Jacksonville in the mid-90s, the Grammy-nominated band has sold 40 million records worldwide and has been led since its inception by frontman FRED DURST.  Known for their powerful live performances, the band includes original members DURST, vocals; JOHN OTTO, drums; SAM RIVERS, bass, backing vocals; WES BORLAND, guitars, backing vocals; DJ LETHAL, turntables, sampling, programming.  LIMP BIZKIT will be supported by Scowl, Wargasm UK, $not, Dying Wish, and Yung Gravy for various shows (see breakdown below).  Later this year, the group will follow the U.S. shows with a European run of dates.

Settlers Hospitality Open House Offers a Flavor of What’s Available

Take the grand tour of the properties of Settlers Hospitality during the first-ever Open House on Sunday, March 27. The inaugural event from noon-4 p.m. features guided tours of five sites in Hawley, PA, food and drink tastings, music, prizes and more.

“For those planning a special occasion, meeting or wedding, this is really a must-attend event,” explains Justin Genzlinger, CEO/Owner of Settlers Hospitality. “It’s the first time we’re throwing open the doors to all of our Hawley properties to showcase the wide-range of opportunities available. We’re also thrilled to provide an avenue to highlight so many fellow small-business owners as vendors.”

Guests may check-in at The Waterfront at Silver Birches to begin the journey of checking out all the offerings. A shuttle bus will transport passengers between properties including The Settlers Inn, Ledges Hotel, The Boiler Room at the Hawley Silk Mill and Gorgeous Floral. Event planners, staff and preferred vendors will be available at each venue to greet visitors, give tours, provide consultations, and answer questions. Food and drink samplings give attendees a taste of the culinary options the chefs of Settlers Hospitality can craft. During the Open House, Settlers Hospitality will debut newly renovated spaces including The Waterfront at Silver Birches and at Ledges Hotel. It may also serve as an introduction to the recently opened Gorgeous Floral. The retail shop and floral design business launched late last year.

“We’re excited to meet everyone and help them envision all that their event can be, whether it’s a lavish wedding, intimate party or dynamic conference,” says Nancy Harvey, Settlers Hospitality Director of Sales. “I think people will discover each venue has its own personality, from the lakeside setting of Silver Birches to the Arts and Crafts style charm of The Settlers Inn and dramatic backdrop of Ledges Hotel. Plus, there’s the cool, industrial feel of The Boiler Room and lush greenery of Gorgeous Floral.”

Tickets are $20. Each person who attends will receive a swag bag. For more information, visit