Demand for Metallica tickets is huge whenever the legendary band are on-tour playing shows. Metallica has millions of fans, so their U.S. tour dates always play to big crowds. To accommodate their large fan base, the group often plays stadium tours which can fit in more than 50,000 fans for an individual show. They also sometimes perform multiple shows in a popular market. Both of those strategies help to keep prices more reasonable, but Metallica tickets are often $150 plus for their top tour stops.
Metallica's biggest tour dates are when they play their hometown of Los Angeles, or when they play Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit, Las Vegas Philadelphia, San Antonio, or San Francisco. Venues on their tour usually include MetLife Stadium, AT&T Stadium, SoFI Stadium, Gillette Stadium, and often the Chase Center in San Francisco. Where Metallica has been known to perform some special shows with the SF Symphony Orchestra. In addition to their individual tour dates, Metallica has been a regular headliner at major music festivals around the country.
The band Metallica started in 1981 in Los Angeles by lead singer James Hetfield and drummer Lars Ulrich. Metallica is one of the legends of hard rock having sold millions of albums and won countless music awards. Metallica's crowning achievement was being inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2009. Metallica live concerts are known for their huge, passionate crowds, shredding guitar solos and amazing songs. There are millions of Metaliica fans around the globe so expect the majority of their shows to play in-front of sold out audiences. Even some of the stadium shows that Metallica plays generate a capacity crowd. Do not miss your chance to see Metallica perform live in concert, purchase tickets today!