The European leg is set to launch May 16 in Amsterdam, and so far is scheduled to stop in Spain, Portugal, Italy, France, Belgium, Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, England, Sweden, Finland and Switzerland.

Among the tour highlights are a two-night stand at the 16,000-seat Atlantico Pavilion in Lisbon; appearances at the Rock Im Park and Rock Am Ring festivals in Germany; and a show at the Pinkpop Festival in Landgraaf, the Netherlands.

There was no word on support acts for the bill.

The European trip will be preceded by two concerts at Mexico City’s huge Sports Palace May 9 and 10.

The band recently cut short its headliner stint on the Big Day Out traveling festival in Australia after a 15-year-old fan at the January 26 Sydney show apparently suffered a heart attack in the band’s mosh pit and died three days later.

“We pulled out of the Big Day Out shows because a girl died at our show because of shitty security,” frontman Fred Durst explained on the band’s Web site. “We told the BDO security to make it better and they said to piss off. Two days later, a girl died – a Limp fan.”

“We’ll go back to Australia on our own terms with our own security requirements so everyone can enjoy themselves.”