Is anyone going to the Metalica show with Linkin Park,Limp Bizkit, and the Death Tones at 3 com park in San Fransisco. It should be a killer show and a test to see if Metalica can still preform as they did before.
Originally posted by YAKUZAKICK91Is anyone going to the Metalica show with Linkin Park,Limp Bizkit, and the Death Tones at 3 com park in San Fransisco. It should be a killer show and a test to see if Metalica can still preform as they did before.
I'm still debating about the 80 buck price tag for the Atlanta show. Metallica is my favorite band that's still around, and all my friends say they are GREAT live. But, I don't want to see Limp Bizkit play for 2 hours and only get like an hour from Metallica. Hopefully some of you guys can say if it is worth it......
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I went to a similar show 2 year ago. Metallica headlined and a bunch of other guys (I remember Kid Rock, but noone else because I arived late) were also on the bill. Metallica played a long set and kicked big ass. I'll probably go to the show at Foxboro
Originally posted by WhitebaconSummer Sanitarium, and I believe it was the summer of 03. Metallica, SOAD, Kid Rock, Korn, Powerman 5000, and I think Sevendust were on the bill.
You sure of this?
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Edit: Aw shit, maybe I should actually READ what I write. Obviously it wasn't 03. Must've slipped. Anyway....read below:
We may be talking about two different shows, because after I posted my original message I remembered that Metallica and Kid Rock may have went on tour together after that. But yes, I am positive about the billing on that show. It was in July 2000.
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Definitely sounds like a concert under almost anybody's definition of the term, but don't people also call straight-up comedy shows concerts? Like the Original Kings of Comedy and Blue Collar Comedy tours, for example?