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Metallica

Metallica Tickets

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Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA

Aug 04Sun 06:00 pm

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Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA

Aug 09Fri 06:00 pm

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Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

Aug 11Sun 06:00 pm

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Metallica with Five Finger Death Punch and Ice Nine Kills - Sunday

Soldier Field, Chicago, IL

Aug 16Fri 06:00 pm

Metallica - 2 Day Pass (8/16/24 - 8/18/24)

Heritage Bank Center, Cincinnati, OH

Aug 16Fri 07:00 pm

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US Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN

Aug 18Sun 07:00 pm

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US Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN

Aug 30Fri 06:00 pm

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Metallica with Pantera and Mammoth WVH - Friday Only

Lumen Field at Lumen Field Event Complex - Complex, Seattle, WA

Aug 30Fri 06:01 pm

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Metallica with Pantera, Mammoth WVH, Five Finger Death Punch, and Ice Nine Kills - 2 Day Pass (8-30/9-1))

Lumen Field at Lumen Field Event Complex - Complex, Seattle, WA

Sep 01Sun 06:00 pm

From $51.59

Metallica

Lumen Field at Lumen Field Event Complex - Complex, Seattle, WA

Metallica

Genre: heavy metal, hard rock, rock ballads

Top Tracks: Enter Sandman, For Whom the Bell Tolls, One, Master of Puppets, Fade to Black

METALLICA

When it comes to heavy and thrash metal roots and the branched-out genres, there is one band known for grossly influencing thousands of musicians and fans across the globe. The group is storied for having laid the groundwork for hard rock music and for decades, pushed mainstream boundaries to establish a resounding legacy.

That band is none other than Metallica. Despite its rosy outlook, the band’s sensation did not come overnight. It was formed in 1981, years after which its members toiled in relative obscurity. They went through lineup changes, financial distress, and the unfortunate death of their bassist Cliff Burton.

A decade after releasing its much-acclaimed albums, Metallica became a music industry favorite. In 2001, the iconic band released an eponymous fourth studio lineup, sometimes referred to as The Black Album, one which went on to become a global blockbuster.

Metallica’s rise to stardom

From the onset, Metallic has been a “love them or hate them” band, in semblance to many other metal groups, whether it is Black Sabbath or Megadeth. Considering the sales made with their double album Hardwired…to Self-Destruct, which reached number one in the United States and abroad, the group is loved more than hated.

The Californian group is one of the best-selling acts in recorded music history, as their live shows continue to draw big crowds even after almost four decades of being in the game. After several years, they have garnered a mainstream following and become a respectable metal band. They pick up Grammys, play often on mainstream TV, and have a place in the Rock Hall of Fame.

Metallica’s financial success is no longer hinged solely on recording and recording; they also make money from real estate investments, licensing, and merchandising operations. This, coupled with their complex style and soul-stirring lyricism, has cemented their top-tier place in the world’s entertainment industry.

After playing concerts in South Africa, Saudi Arabia, China, and Antarctica, they became the first-ever band to perform in all seven continents within one year! Having won eight Grammy awards off 21 nominations, they are competing for three more awards this year, including one on a turf where no other act comes close to matching their impact.

Metallica’s upcoming events or tour in 2024?

Metallica is currently touring across 12 countries and has 31 upcoming concerts. Since it will be so exciting and many funs will rush to get the tickets, tickets might be sold out soon. But rest assured even if the tickets are sold out. You can find the cheapest Metallica ticket with the lowest commission fee on TicketX. TicketX’s fees stay consistent at 20%. Unlike other resale websites, such as StubHub, SeatGeek, and TicketMaster, fees do not change depending on the venue, ticket price, or ticket type.

Metallica’s M72 world tour

The M72 global tour by Metallica is set to take place in 2023 and 2024. The tour, which is being organized by Live Nation and is being presented by Liquid Death and Blackened American Whiskey, will make two night visits in each city, with distinct set lists and support bands for each night. The Metallica Snake Pit will now take center stage in the tour's new in-the-round stage layout. In addition, fans who are under 16 can get cheap tickets and the I Disappear full-tour pass.

North America Schedule of M72 world tour

Metallica's setlist

Metallica’s setlist might vary depending on venues, but Metallica likely sings famous top-ranked songs as well as new songs in the albums.

  • Master of Puppets

  • Enter Sandman

  • One

  • Fade to Black

  • Seek & Destroy

  • Creeping Death

  • Battery

  • For Whom the Bell Tolls

  • The Unforgiven

  • Sad But True

How much are Metallica tickets?

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