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Breaking News: Metallica Postpones Arizona “M72” Concert Due to James Hetfield’s Illness

James Hetfield falls ill to Covid

James Hetfield Tests Positive For Covid

James Hetfield’s COVID-19 positive test forces Metallica to delay Glendale, AZ concert. Fans eagerly await the rescheduled event and Hetfield’s recovery.

Metallica’s Unplanned Set and a Shocking Discovery

Metallica fans in Glendale, Arizona, were in for an unexpected turn of events during the band’s recent concert series. The iconic heavy metal band had scheduled two concerts in Glendale as part of their “M72 Tour,” known for its promise of two completely unique sets with no repeated songs over two nights. However, things took an unexpected twist.

During the first night’s performance, Metallica’s frontman, James Hetfield, began experiencing vocal issues. This led to an abbreviated set with only 14 songs, two songs short of their usual lineup. Little did fans know that this was just the beginning of a series of unfortunate events.

James Hetfield Tests Positive for COVID-19

Shortly after the concert, it was revealed that James Hetfield had tested positive for COVID-19. This diagnosis explained the vocal issues he faced during the show and raised concerns about the health and safety of the band and its crew. As a result, Metallica made the tough decision to postpone their second concert in Glendale, originally scheduled for Sunday, September 3rd.

The Rescheduled Concert and Fan Support

Metallica’s dedicated fanbase was met with mixed emotions as news of the postponement spread. While disappointment lingered, the band acted swiftly to reschedule the Glendale concert for Saturday, September 9th, just a week later. In a show of appreciation for their fans’ understanding, Metallica announced that all previously purchased tickets would be honored at the rescheduled date.

In an official statement, the band expressed their regret for any inconvenience caused to their fans. They also conveyed their excitement about returning to complete the “M72 No Repeat Weekend” in Glendale, emphasizing the band’s commitment to delivering an unforgettable experience.

Metallica’s “M72 Tour” and the Unique Setlist Promise

Metallica’s “M72 Tour” has gained significant attention for its innovative approach to live performances. The tour promises two consecutive nights of shows in each city, with no repeated songs between the two nights. This unique concept allows fans to witness an extensive and diverse setlist, making each night’s performance a memorable experience.

The tour kicked off with great anticipation and excitement in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Fans were treated to a musical journey spanning Metallica’s extensive catalog, with surprises around every corner. During their visit to SoFi Stadium, Metallica set an attendance record while Jason Momoa was in attendance. Unfortunately, Glendale encountered unexpected challenges due to James Hetfield’s illness.

Tickets and Assurance

For fans who had purchased tickets to the Glendale concert, the rescheduled date on September 9th offers an opportunity to experience Metallica’s unmatched live energy. All previously bought tickets will be valid for entry, ensuring that fans do not miss out on this exceptional event.

Tickets for the rescheduled concert and other Metallica tour dates are available through Tickets Countdown. It’s worth noting that Tickets Countdown provides a 100% money-back guarantee on all orders, offering fans peace of mind when securing their tickets through a safe and secure checkout process.

While Metallica and their fans in Glendale navigate these unexpected challenges, the anticipation for the “M72 No Repeat Weekend” continues to build. The band’s dedication to delivering an unforgettable experience remains unwavering, promising a triumphant return to the stage on September 9th.

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