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Metallica Auckland Concert Sells Out In Less than 12 Minutes

Ten days ago, much to the exhilaration of die-hard fans, METALLICA confirmed their long-awaited return to Australia and New Zealand with their WorldWired headline stadium tour – the band’s first New Zealand show since 2010.

Metallica will be performing at Auckland’s Mt Smart Stadium on Thursday, October 31.

Tickets to Metallica’s one-and-only New Zealand show were eagerly snapped up from last Tuesday during the pre-sale period, and today’s general release tickets sold out within 12 minutes.

The WorldWired Tour has played 130+ shows across the world since its 2016 kick-off.

Special guests SLIPKNOT will provide support at the Auckland show and all Australian dates.

For complete tour and ticket information, visit:
www.metallica.com
www.slipknot1.com
www.livenation.co.nz



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