‘90s Legend Fred Durst Flaunts New Look During Performance With Limp Bizkit


Fans spotted a bushy gray beard on Fred Durst at the Download Festival, where he performed with his Limp Bizkit bandmates. His new look turned heads as he showed up wearing white pants, black trainers, and a blue bucket hat that complemented the rest of his appearance. Others like Queens of the Stone Age, Fall Out Boy, and The Offspring also serenaded the crowd with their harmony.

After delivering an unforgettable performance at Download, the group proceeded to Pinkpop in the Netherlands, where Fred did a surprise duet of “Behind Blue Eyes” with Ed Sheeran. Fred joked on Instagram about the both of them harmonizing to form “Fred Sheeran.”


Fans gush about Fred Durst’s new, unrecognizable look


The official Instagram page for Download Festival shared moments when Fred was lost in the euphoria of his performance. The post received thousands of likes and comments from impressed fans, many of whom were disappointed that they did not headline. “Should have been headlining but were damn f–king awesome, playing break stuff twice was just perfect,” a comment read.


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Some called the night a “highlight of a lifetime,” with some who missed out expressing their anticipation for another of such. “Absolutely f**king nuts at the front. I’ve never been in such an amazing stuff,” someone recalled.  “3rd time seeing these guys in the space of 2 years and they DO NOT DISAPPOINT!” another exclaimed.


Fred’s career so far

It all began in the mid-90s when Fred, Sam Rivers, John Otto, DJ Lethal, and guitarist Wes Borland came together to form Limp Bizkit. Their debut album, Three Dollar Bill, Y’all, was an immediate success leading to the release of yet another one titled Significant Other, which topped the U.S. charts in 1999.


The group soon went mainstream in the 2000s, with Fred spearheading more collaborations, sportsmanship, and record deals. He also delved into film, appearing in productions like Population 436, and making his directorial debut in 2007 with The Education Of Charlie Banks. The group frontman reunited with the Limp Bizkit in 2009, while also keeping his solo music and filmmaking career afloat.

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