Thousands of Linkin Park fans gathered in downtown L.A.'s Grand Park on Sunday night in tribute to late frontman Chester Bennington who took his own life last month. 

Holding up their cell phones, the mourners sang the band's 2000 mega-hit "In The End" in unison. “You hear this music a lot and you think you’re alone – and then when you come to concerts or even stuff like this, you see all these people and you realize you’re not really alone,” a fan told CBS Los Angeles.

An estimated 2200 fans attended the memorial. Bennington's widow, Talinda Bennington, thanked the outpouring of love from fans who showed up, tweeting, "Wow! My kids & I feel your love. Thank you LA."

Check out more footage from the tribute below: 

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