“Just wanted to say thank you to all our fans around the world for the tremendous outpouring of love, which has strengthened our spirit during this incredibly difficult time,” the band said on its Twitter page Tuesday. “The five of us are so grateful for all of your support as we heal and build the future of Linkin Park. We are working on a special public event in Los Angeles to honor Chester’s memory and look forward to sharing details with you soon.”
Whether the event will include a performance from the band isn’t clear. The group canceled its summer tour a day after the news of Bennington’s death.
Bennington died of a suicide July 20.
Linkin Park members said Bennington’s death “leaves a void that can never be filled” in a joint statement after his death.
On Sunday, Jay-Z paid tribute to Bennington by performing his 2004 collaboration with Linkin Park, “Numb/Encore,” at the Virgin V Festival in Chelmsford, England.
Fans continue to share thoughts about Bennington on social media, many of which are posted on the Linkin Park website.
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