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Metallica Tickets

Metallica tickets are on sale now! Fresh off their performance with Lady Gaga, don't miss one of the most anticipated tours of 2017. The band will travel a wide swath of North America. Get your Metallica concert tickets for any stop on the tour.

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Saturday
Jul 29, 2017
6:00PM
Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold & GojiraPasadena, CA
Rose Bowl - Pasadena
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Friday
Aug 04, 2017
6:00PM
Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold & GojiraGlendale, AZ
University Of Phoenix Stadium
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Sunday
Aug 06, 2017
6:00PM
Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold & GojiraSan Diego, CA
Petco Park
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Wednesday
Aug 09, 2017
6:00PM
Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold & GojiraSeattle, WA
CenturyLink Field
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Friday
Aug 11, 2017
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Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival - 3 Day PassSan Francisco, CA
Golden Gate Park
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Saturday
Aug 12, 2017
12:00PM
2017 Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival: Metallica, Queens of The Stone Age & Empire of The Sun - SaturdaySan Francisco, CA
Golden Gate Park
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Aug 14, 2017
6:00PM
Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold & GojiraVancouver, Canada
BC Place Stadium
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Aug 16, 2017
6:00PM
Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold & GojiraEdmonton, Canada
Commonwealth Stadium - Edmonton
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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Bands Great, Sound So-So Volbeat and Metallica were exceptional, however, their were some glitches with the sound. One of the speakers had tremendous fuzz as though it had been blown for the last half of Volbeat's show. Volbeat could headline their own tour, by the way. For Metallica, something was amiss on Lars' snare as it had this deflated, thudding sound almost the entire evening. Especially evident on songs like Fade To Black, Unforgiven and Nothing Else Matters. Shocked the band's techs or sound guys didn't do something to adjust it mid show. We were up fairly close in GA so we could hear it well. Other than that, the show was great Metallica delivered as always. James continues to amaze me with his vocals after all these years. The all hands on drums segment during Now That We're Dead was a great thought but ended up being more of a gimmick. If they would have lashed out into something more aggressive on those drums it would have been better but it just seemed like more of a prop filled gimmick than trying to do something that would be memorable.
Date published: 2017-07-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This show was a religious experience! Metallica still has it even at would what could be considered the end of their reign. This show rocked so hard from beginning to end. After the second song of the set, I was locked in, and the encore could not be beat. My neck hurts, my legs hurt, I have no voice, and there's ringing in my ears. But man was that a good show!
Date published: 2016-08-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great entertaining concert Volbeat was very good I Love their sound. Metallica did everything right and the videos that went with the music was amazing. The way they played, and getting to watch them again after seeing them so long ago was awesome.
Date published: 2017-05-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Show was great, seats were not. Our seats were in sec 313. The sound there is terrible. We walked around to section 326 to meet friends and the sound head on was great. So much boucing echo it made it very hard to actually enjoy the show. On top of the ticket price we were chwrged an additional $40+ per ticket. To hear a completely distorted sound. Definitely not disappointed in the band but definitely disappointed in the excessive prices and bad sound in the higher sections.
Date published: 2017-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth braving the weather! This was a great experience from beginning to end. We were running late so we were glad the show didn't start at 6pm. Since we were there to see Metallica and Volbeat we weren't too disappointed Avenged Sevenfold wasn't there but I imagine Avenged fans were let down. It was cold with stray raindrops but the performers and venue couldn't help that. We were not aware of the bag size restriction and having to pay $15 to store a purse was a bummer.
Date published: 2017-05-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing! This show was incredible! It was probably one of the best I've ever been to. I saw Metallica back in the early days, and when I learned they were playing in Atl, I just had to see them again! I'm still a huge fan. My son went with me and he can't stop talking about it! The bands were great, the venue, the lights, the sound, the people. It was a very memorable experience!
Date published: 2017-07-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Concert I have ever attended! What a great concert! All three bands were absolutely amazing! The only negative at all would be it was really loud. I know... it's a rock concert. I was in third level seating and my ears were piercing. We had to make ear muffles from napkins to survive.
Date published: 2017-07-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Concert! Great seats for a great Concert! All three bands; Metallica, Avenged Sevenfold & Volbeat were fantastic. Due to threat of storm, my favorite, Avenged Sevenfold had to cut their set short so disappointed in that but overall great time!
Date published: 2017-07-13
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Metallica Info

Current Tour:2017 Tour
Metallica Albums:Kill 'Em All (1983)
Ride the Lightning (1984)
Master of Puppets (1986)
...And Justice for All (1988)
Metallica (1991)
Load (1996)
Reload (1997)
St. Anger (2003)
Death Magnetic (2008)
Hardwired... to Self-Destruct (2016)

Metallica Tour 2017

One of the most anticipated tour announcements of 2017 is nearly here and demand for Metallica Tour tickets is at an all time high. The band put on a great show with Lady Gaga at the 2017 Grammys and a Metallica US tour is expected to follow shortly. Joining Metallica on their tour dates will likely be Avenged Sevenfold, and SNL's Jim Brewer might even join on some of the dates. No matter who joins the band, Ticket Network will have loads of Metallica tickets for sale for each stop on the tour. What is expected to be the Hardwired… To Self Destruct Summer 2017 Tour is going to be one heck of a show, and you don't want to miss out. See James Hetfield thrashing on the guitar while Lars Ulrich slays the drums along with all the excitement only a Metallica concert can deliver.

Metallica Biography

When Metallica came onto the music scene in the 1980s, there was something altogether different about them. Rather than the stereotypical rock star attitude, the band brought a new energy and sound to the rock music scene. The music of the Metallica line up includes James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett, and Cliff Burton and was hard to define when Metallica was formed; their sound has since been described as thrash, metal, heavy metal, rock and hard rock. Though their music has been hard to define, the incredible sound of this band is undeniable. Metallica concerts are always a mixture of complex sound: unparalleled rhythm, clean lead guitar, thundering drums, and deep thrumming bass. The early success of the rockers was nearly cut short in 1986 when the band's tour bus crashed in Europe. The talented bassist Cliff Burton died in the crash, leaving three band members to survive him. If the accident had been worse, Metallica might never have gone on to contribute all the amazing music they have to the music scene. In spite of a tragic loss, the band decided to regroup and they chose Jason Newsted as a replacement bassist.

It wasn't until the early 1990s that Metallica became a mainstream sensation with a self-titled album (also known as The Black Album). With singles "One" and "Enter Sandman" on the album, the band achieved exposure that would keep their songs in the minds of an entire generation. Millions of copies of their 1991 album were sold in the U.S., with millions more sold worldwide. In support of The Black Album, a Metallica tour was launched and the band toured for nearly two years. The thrash band from LA achieved something that no metal group had accomplished during the 80s and 90s: a loyal and legitimate following among metalheads, the respect of the underground music scene, and immense popularity in the mainstream. Even music critics couldn't deny that Metallica were at the top of the heavy metal music genre and that they were talented musicians in their own right. Since the 90s, the thrash band has changed bassists and produced a mix of albums that premiered at the top of the charts a majority of the time. Metallica's rendition of "Turn The Page" by Bob Seger produced another hit single for the group (popular among karaoke singers worldwide).

In 2000, Metallica became embroiled in a lawsuit against the file sharing company Napster. The hard rock band's suit against Napster wasn't without merit, but it didn't gain them many fans. Several hundred thousand users were banned from Napster for having "pirated" copies of Metallica's music. While a settlement was eventually reached in the matter, it is still widely remembered as one of the band's less popular moments in time. In their August 2006 issue, Blender magazine named Metallica #17 on their list of the "biggest wusses in rock" for their "anti-Napster crusade." This brief moment in the band's history didn't do too much damage to their fan base. Metallica's 2003 album St. Anger opened at the #1 spot on the Billboard charts, in spite of their lack of a bassist; at the 2004 Grammy Awards, the heavy metal band won a Grammy award for Best Metal Performance for the track titled "St. Anger." In 2006, the band underwent a change in producers, and they started work with Rick Rubin, producer for Slayer, Slipknot, Danzig, and System of a Down.

The renewed vigor of Metallica was evident in their 2008 album, Death Magnetic. In addition to exploring the release of the album through online digital sources and traditional CD release, they worked out a deal with the makers of Guitar Hero III to have the album available for download through the game on the same day the CD was released. Ten days before the release of Death Magnetic, a Paris record store released the album early. The early (and unauthorized) release of the album caused a buzz in the heavy metal community: would Metallica sue? Would this be another Napstergate? Instead, USA TODAY discovered in an interview that Lars Ulrich was unconcerned. In a time of high technology, Ulrich and his band consider a leak only 10 days out a victory instead of a defeat. Metallica band members were laid back in the interview; though they haven't changed their stance on pirating music online, they aren't sweating it either.

Metallica didn't have anything to worry about when it came to the early release of their album. With half a million albums sold at the debut of Death Magnetic and over a million since, the new thrash metal album appeared at the top of the Billboard charts. In addition to topping the US charts for three weeks running, the heavy metal artists also achieved top-of-the-charts status in Europe and Australia. In addition to their popularity in the current music scene, a new Guitar Hero game called Guitar Hero: Metallica was released in the spring of 2009, featuring all of the band's hits! A few things about Metallica are certain: thrash metal is not dead, and after over 30 years, this rock group isn't going anywhere.

Metallica fans were reminded just how epic their favorite band is once again in 2016. Hardwired... to Self-Destruct was the band's tenth studio album and it did not disappoint. A Metallica tour for 2017 should be announced soon! Find your Metallica tickets right here at TicketNetwork.