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Metallica Has Its Own Festival To Play

12:01 PM Tuesday 2/7/12 |   |

The metal masters announce their own festival, saying “Orion Music + More” will rock Atlantic City’s Bader Field June 23-24.

  • Metallica

    Yankee Stadium, Bronx, N.Y.
    September 14, 2011

    (George Tazzini / PhotosFromToday.com)

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Headlining both nights, Metallica will play its Black Album from start to finish on one of the evenings.

Who’s on board for Metallica’s first festival? So far the lineup includes Arctic Monkeys, Avenged Sevenfold, Modest Mouse, The Gaslight Anthem, Cage The Elephant, Fucked Up, Best Coast, Hot Snakes, Titus Andronicus, Gary Clark Jr., Lucero, Roky Erickson, The Black Angels, The Sword, A Place To Bury Strangers and Liturgy.

The Met Club presale begins Feb. 10 and the general onsale launches Feb. 11. Visit OrionMusicAndMore.com for more info.


Comments

  1. Rock and Roll Giraffe wrote:

    08:02 AM, Feb 14, 2012

    Looks like a really cool and diverse line-up.  Love Arctic Monkeys!!

  2. frankthetank99 wrote:

    10:14 AM, Feb 10, 2012

    @Draven ...Metallica is playing RIDE THE LIGHTNING and THE BLACK ALBUM in full!  \m/

  3. yankeewhite wrote:

    08:32 AM, Feb 10, 2012

    hoe come they did't bring the Big 4 to USA or did I missed it

  4. Studebaker Hawk wrote:

    01:56 PM, Feb 09, 2012

    mainly a who the heck are they assortment. why not get Down and Halford , ,Black Label Society and Anvil ?  

  5. Draven wrote:

    07:55 AM, Feb 09, 2012

    I'm kind of disappointed that they're only playing the Black Album on one evening. Really would like to see Ride The Lightning or Load, or something like that. Love Metallica, and there were a few good ones from The Black Album, but I kind of expect more from them since they ARE Metallica! Oh well, I'll still always be a fan no matter what they do.

  6. scotemak wrote:

    05:27 AM, Feb 08, 2012

    Festivals festivals festivals. dont any bands play clubs anymore???  pay probably over a hundred bucks for a ticket and get to see a 30 minute set from the band you like....from 100 yards away. not to mentuion the other band you really want to see is playing the other stage at the same time. NO THANX!! see ya in da clubs, where new music is better, and the band cares enough to shake your hand after the show and thank you in person!