Metallica has announced through the band’s social media accounts that the rescheduled dates for South America stadium shows, which scheduled for 2020 April and forced to be delayed due to a coronavirus pandemic.
“We’re back with more info about the new dates in South America,” they wrote in the social media statement. “We’re excited that we’ll still be able to visit this year, so please hold onto your tickets for the originally scheduled shows & visit the ticketing service for additional details or refund info if you can’t make it.
“We wish you, your friends and families, and the extended ‘Tallica family around the world the very best during these difficult times. Stay home, stay safe, and we’ll catch you in December!”
Metallica’s rescheduled South America shows are as follows:
Dec 04 – Buenos Aires, Argentina @ Hipódromo de San Isidro
Dec 07 – Santiago, Chile @ Estadio Nacional
Dec 14 – Porto Alegre, Brazil @ Estacionamento da Fiergs
Dec 16 – Curitiba, Brazil @ Estádio Couto Pereira
Dec 18 – São Paulo, Brazi @ Estádio do Morumbi
Dec 20 – Belo Horizonte, Brazil @ Estádio do Mineirão
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