Metallica Concert Live In Malaysia 2013

Metallica formed in 1981 by drummer Lars Ulrich and guitarist and vocalist James Hetfield, Metallica have become one of the most influential and commercially successful rock bands in history, having sold 110 million albums worldwide and playing to millions of fans the world over. They have scored several multi-platinum albums, including 1991’s Metallica (commonly referred to as “The Black Album”), which is the best selling album in history of Soundscan scanning 16 million albums in the United States alone.Their latest album, Death Magnetic, was certified platinum just six weeks after it debuted atop the Billboard Top 200 Album chart in October 2008. Death Magnetic charted at #1 in 32 countries. Metallica have also garnered numerous awards and accolades, including nine Grammy Awards, two American Music Awards, and multiple MTV Video Music Awards, and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in 2009.The band recently celebrated its 30th-Anniversary with a week’s worth of fan club concerts at the Fillmore Theater in San Francisco, CA. In 2012, they announced the launch of Orion Music + More, an annual two-day festival curated and headlined by the band. This past summer, Metallica unveiled a brand new stage in Mexico City that featured iconic elements that spanned its 30-year career. They played eight shows to nearly 180,000 fans at the Sports Arena in Mexico City. Later that month the band performed four shows on the same stage in Canada, two in Edmonton and two in Vancouver, during which they shot their upcoming Nimród Antal directed 3D Feature Film, Through The Never, which will be released in 2013.

When it comes to touring, there are few, if any, bands who deliver live the way Metallica do. Their shows, which began in clubs and garages in the early eighties, are now selling out in arenas and stadiums throughout the world, and continue to be among the most intense, powerful and visually stimulating concert experiences ever delivered.

The most impressive achievement that bears mentioning is the fact that Metallica continue to be a strong attraction in the touring world; a truly rare feat in today’s mercurial entertainment business, where fans often change allegiance to bands as often as they do hairstyles.Metallica are a band whose success can be directly attributed to a passion and no-compromise attitude in every project they undertake.

For the first time, Metallica will be performing LIVE in Malaysia. YES, Metallica Concert Live In Malaysia 2013 is happening!! The date was set to be on the 21st of August 2013 where Metallica will perform at Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur.

Metallica Concert Live In Malaysia 2013

Metallica Concert Live In Malaysia 2013
Date: 21 August 2013
Time: 9PM
Venue: Stadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur

Tickets price will be available from RM195 onward and the highest priced ticket is at RM680. Check out the stage/seat plan of the concert in the image below :

Metallica Concert Live In Malaysia 2013

Tickets Price for Metallica Concert Live In Malaysia 2013
Platinum Rock Zone (Free Standing) – RM680
Gold Rock Zone (Free Standing) – RM550
Silver Rock Zone (Free Standing) – RM450
Side Zone (Free Seating & Covered) – RM380
Side Zone (Free Seating & Not Covered) – RM350
Back Zone – RM195

Tickets for the concert show will be on sale at 11.30AM on Saturday, July 6 at Fahrenheit 88, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur.
Online ticket sales starts on Monday, July 8 at 10AM at


One comment
  1. Damn expensive ticket prices especially for the good zones. Well, of course its no surprise as Metallica is a living legend as a band. Me, as a diehard Metallica fan, sadly a student=small pocket money could only afford the RM195 ticket which is farfarfaar back away from the stage. Plus I’m an SPM candidate this year but fuckwhat! I dont care cause this may be the first and the last they will set foot in Malaysian soil. Years of waiting, bought all albums, able and played aaall of their songs, finally you guys are, here to decently Rock Malaysia!!!!!!! \m/ >_< \m/

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