Carson, California - Honda Civic Tour - 08/09/2012
|02. Faint||Ext. Outro|
|04. Given Up||Ext. Outro w/ Extra Note|
|05. With You||2012 Ext. Intro; Ext. Scratch Outro|
|06. Somewhere I Belong||2012 Intro|
|07. IN MY REMAINS||False Start|
|08. New Divide|
|09. VICTIMIZED (w/ QWERTY)|
|10. Points Of Authority|
|11. LIES GREED MISERY|
|12. Waiting For The End||Apaches Intro w/ 'Until It Breaks' rap; Ext. Outro|
|13. Breaking The Habit|
|14. LOATR/SOTD/Iridescent||Ballad Medley|
|15. The Catalyst|
|16. LOST IN THE ECHO||2012 Intro|
|17. Numb||Outro 'Numb/Encore' lyrics tease (Mike/Chester)|
|18. What I've Done||Album Transition Intro; Sing-a-long Outro|
|19. One Step Closer||Ext. Outro|
|20. BURN IT DOWN|
|21. In The End|
|22. Bleed It Out||Ext. Intro; Ext. Bridge w/ Beastie Boys 'Sabotage' & Mike Einziger; Ext. Outro|
|- Mike rapped a verse from 'Until It Breaks' over the intro to 'Waiting For The End'.|
- On the intro to 'LOST IN THE ECHO', Mike talked about the music video for the song and thanked the fans for making it such a success.
- Mike sang part of the lyrics to 'Numb/Encore' over the outro of 'Numb'.
- At the end of 'What I've Done', Mike extended the keyboard part and led the crowd in a sing-a-long for the first time to his vocal parts at the end.
- 'Bleed It Out' featured the Beastie Boys' 'Sabotage' bridge. Incubus's guitarist Mike Einziger came out after the 'Sabotage' portion of the bridge and jammed with the band on the song.
|- On August 16, 2012, five shows on the Honda Civic Tour were removed from the DSP website (Wantagh, Noblesville, Tinley Park, Mountain View, and Carson). While Noblesville was randomly released mid-tour, the other four were never released due to disagreements with the venues on how much money they should get from the sale of each recording.|