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The members of Linkin Park are celebrating the 20th anniversary of their album Hybrid Theory this year and to provide some entertainment while people are self-isolating right now, they’ll be livestreaming something special.

The band’s surviving members will be filming their reactions to previously unseen live footage from a 2001 concert tomorrow (March 24) on YouTube.

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The livestream is taking place on March 24 starting at 11 AM PST or 2 PM EST.

Earlier this month, the band revealed they’re planning to celebrate the album’s anniversary all year long. They also ended up asking fans for contributions to help make the events they have planned special.

The record was late frontman Chester Bennington‘s way of expressing his frustrations and experiences from his childhood. It has also been certified Platinum eleven times by the Recording Industry Association of America. The group later received a Grammy for the song “Crawling” in 2002 in the Best Hard Rock Performance category.

It later became the best-selling album of 2001 with over 10 million copies sold globally.

Now, it has sold over 27 million copies worldwide with “In The End” currently holding over 700 million streams on Spotify.

The album made its way onto the charts once again in July 2017 when Bennington unexpectedly passed away. At the time, many fans took to Twitter to discuss how the album changed their lives.

The album peaked on the charts in December 2002 at number 2 and lasted for a total of 230 weeks. Last March, the album re-entered Billboard’s Hot 200 list at 191.

Linkin Park extended a message to fans looking for videos, photos, souvenirs and more from the Hybrid Theory era.

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Now, they’re hitting up YouTube together to get things started with the livestream event.

You can tune in and set a reminder for the livestream below.

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