For those who are unable to attend Metallica’s S&M2 event on September 6th and September 8th at the Chase Center in San Francisco, CA, there’s a chance you can experience this twenty-years in the making extravaganza on the big screen. On October 9th, the celebration of the 20th Anniversary of 1999’s S&M concert will be screened for one-night-only in 3,000 select movie theaters across the world. Movie theaters for this event haven’t been confirmed just yet. Tickets are expected to go on sale August 7th and you can sign up here for additional alerts.
These metal icons will once again team up with the San Francisco Symphony, led by conductor Michael Tilson Thomas. The event is promised to deliver songs from the original concert as well as adding a few songs taken from albums that were released within the last twenty years.
During the initial ticket sales for night one, fans were whipped into a frenzy after being beat by bots. The group later responded to their fifth members as they added a second show on September 8th. A recent controversial report has provided a tentative theory on how the band’s tickets get sold.