Family Values Tour 1999

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Family Values Tour 1999 was a music tour headlined by Limp Bizkit. This was the second Family Values Tour. Artists who played at Family Values Tour 1999 were Limp Bizkit, Primus, Staind, Method Man & Redman, Ja Rule, Korn, The Crystal Method, Mobb Deep and Filter.

During the tour Mobb Deep left and DMX assumed their place.

Insane Clown Posse and System of a Down were originally scheduled for the tour but did not make the final roster.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7]

In State College, Pennsylvania, Run DMC made a special appearance after DMX cancelled at the last minute. Run DMC also played a set in Worchester, MA as DMX was still having legal trouble.

It was during this tour that Staind's frontman Aaron Lewis, alongside Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst, performed the emotional hit single "Outside" for the first time in Biloxi, Mississippi. This live version quickly found widespread radio play before being recorded in the studio for Staind's next album, Break the Cycle. Footage of this on-stage performance also was used for the song's music video.