Metallica will return to Prague!
Next year the popular American band Metallica will return to Prague. He'll play 18. August in Prague at Letňany Airport. Petr Novák from Live Nation reported on this. The famous metal band in the Czech Republic plays repeatedly, the last time this April performed at prague's O2 arena not only with their biggest hits, but also by playing and singing the once popular song Ivan Mládek Jožin from Swamp in Czech.
Now Metallica has confirmed a return to the UK and Europe with its WorldWired Tour. Guests will be at all concert stops with Ghost and Bokassa. Tickets for the Prague concert will cost from 1490 to 2990 crowns.
A special Wherever I May Roam Black Ticket will also be available for fans to allow access to every Metallica show as part of this tour in the UK and Europe, costing €598.
Metallica last performed in the halls between September 2017 and May 2018 in Europe and the UK, and concert attendance broke the record at 29 locations across the continent, organisers said.
Twenty-five newly announced worldwired concerts will be held in 20 countries – the tour kicks off on January 1. It will visit some destinations not included in the last tour, including Milan, Zurich, Brussels, Berlin, Moscow, Warsaw, Bucharest and Trondheim and Tart, Norway, in Estonia.
Metallica was founded in 1981 in Los Angeles by Lars Ulrich and Hetfield. Trash metal band received great acclaim on their 1984 album Ride the Lightning and Master of Puppets from 1986. The second became the first metal album to be included by the American Library of Congress in the National Register of Recordings. Metallica (black album) from 1991 catapulted the band to the music superstars.