Metallica have announced details of a North American tour.

The band have been playing shows across Europe, with their live commitments set to continue in Denmark at the end of March.

After initially kicking off live dates in support of 10th album Hardwired… To Self-Destruct in North America in May 2017, they’ve now decided on a further 33 shows which will span the rest of 2018 and into 2019.

The shows will begin on September 2nd at Madison’s Kohl Center and wrap up in March 13th next year with a performance at the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids.

Find a full list of the band’s upcoming WorldWired dates below.

Metallica WorldWired tour dates

Sep 2: Madison Kohl Center, WI
Sep 4: Minneapolis Target Center, MN
Sep 6: Lincoln Pinnacle Bank Arena, NE
Sep 8: Grand Forks Alerus Center, ND
Sep 11: Sioux Falls Denny Sanford Premier Center, SD
Sep 13: Winnipeg Bell MTS Place, MB
Sep 15: Saskatoon Sasktel Centre, SK

Oct 16: Milwaukee Wisconsin Entertainment And Sports Centre, WI
Oct 18: Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena, PA
Oct 20: State College Bryce Jordan Center, PA
Oct 22: Charlotte Spectrum Center, NC
Oct 27: Buffalo Keybank Center, NY
Oct 29: Albany Times Union Center, NY

Nov 26: Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena, NV
Nov 28: boise Taco Bell Arena, ID
Nov 30: Salt Lake City Vivint Smart Home Arena, UT

Dec 05: Portland Moda Center, OR
Dec 07: Sacramento Golden 1 Center, CA
Dec 09: Fresno Save Mart Center, CA
Dec 12: Spokane Arena, WA

Jan 20: Little Rock Verizon Arena, AR
Jan 22: Birmingham Legacy Arena At The BJCC, AL
Jan 24: Nashville Bridgestone Arena, TN
Jan 28: Raleigh PNC Arena, NC
Jan 30: Cincinnati US Bank Arena, OH

Feb 1: Cleveland Quicken Loans Arena, OH
Feb 28: El Paso Don Haskins Center, TX

Mar 2: Lubbock United Supermarkets Arena, TX
Mar 4: Wichita Intrust Bank Arena, KS
Mar 6: Kansas City Sprint Center, MO
Mar 9: Louisville KFC Yum Center, KY
Mar 11: Indianapolis Bankers Life Fieldshouse, IN
Mar 13: Grand rapids Van Andel Arena, MI

additional source: Metal Hammer via

One Response

  1. Fuk Yes! I’ll be there for at least the Portland, Spokane & Boise. Looks like a decent run of some smaller distant markets. Should be a fun tour! I was able to see them twice this summer in Seattle & Vancouver. Looking to hearing new tracks live and the new lighting rigs they have.

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