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Metallica is an American heavy metal band. The band was formed in 1981 in Los Angeles, California by drummer Lars Ulrich and vocalist/guitarist James Hetfield, and has been based in San Francisco, California for most of its career. The group's fast tempos, instrumentals and aggressive musicianship made them one of the founding "big four" bands of thrash metal, alongside Megadeth, Anthrax and Slayer. Metallica's current lineup comprises founding members Hetfield and Ulrich, longtime lead guitarist Kirk Hammett and bassist Robert Trujillo. Guitarist Dave Mustaine and bassists Ron McGovney, Cliff Burton and Jason Newsted are former members of the band.
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|World tour by Metallica|
|Associated album||St. Anger|
|Start date||November 6, 2003|
|End date||November 28, 2004|
|No. of shows||6 in Asia|
35 in Europe
84 in North America
10 in Australasia
|Metallica concert chronology|
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The following setlist was obtained from the June 13, 2004 concert, held at Olympiastadion in Munich, Germany. It does not represent all concerts for the duration of the tour.
|November 6, 2003||Tokyo||Japan||Yoyogi National Gymnasium|
|November 7, 2003|
|November 9, 2003||Sapporo||Makomanai Indoor Stadium|
|November 11, 2003||Saitama||Saitama Super Arena|
|November 13, 2003||Osaka||Osaka-jō Hall|
|November 14, 2003||Nagoya||Nagoya Rainbow Hall|
|December 2, 2003||Oslo||Norway||Oslo Spektrum|
|December 3, 2003|
|December 5, 2003||Hannover||Germany||Preussag Arena|
|December 6, 2003||Arnhem||Netherlands||GelreDome|
|December 8, 2003||Zürich||Switzerland||Hallenstadion|
|December 9, 2003||Paris||France||Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy|
|December 11, 2003||Bologna||Italy||PalaMalaguti|
|December 13, 2003||Erfurt||Germany||Messehalle|
|December 14, 2003||Mannheim||Mannheimer Maimarkthalle|
|December 16, 2003||Cologne||Kölnarena|
|December 17, 2003||Antwerp||Belgium||Sportpaleis|
|December 19, 2003||London||England||Earls Court Exhibition Centre|
|December 20, 2003|
|December 31, 2003||Las Vegas||United States||The Joint|
|January 16, 2004 [A]||Auckland||New Zealand||Ericsson Stadium|
|January 18, 2004 [A]||Gold Coast||Australia||Gold Coast Parklands|
|January 19, 2004||Brisbane||Brisbane Entertainment Centre|
|January 21, 2004||Sydney||Sydney Entertainment Centre|
|January 23, 2004 [A]||Sydney Showground|
|January 24, 2004 [A]|
|January 26, 2004 [A]||Melbourne||Royal Melbourne Showgrounds|
|January 28, 2004||Sidney Myer Music Bowl|
|January 30, 2004 [A]||Adelaide||Royal Adelaide Showground|
|February 1, 2004 [A]||Perth||Claremont Showground|
|March 2, 2004||Phoenix||United States||America West Arena|
|March 3, 2004||Tucson||Tucson Convention Center Arena|
|March 5, 2004||Inglewood||The Forum|
|March 6, 2004|
|March 8, 2004||Daly City||Cow Palace|
|March 10, 2004||Sacramento||ARCO Arena|
|March 11, 2004||Reno||Lawlor Events Center|
|March 13, 2004||Las Vegas||Thomas & Mack Center|
|March 14, 2004||Fresno||Save Mart Center|
|March 18, 2004||Portland||Rose Garden|
|March 20, 2004||Boise||The Pavilion at Boise State|
|March 21, 2004||Spokane||Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena|
|March 23, 2004||Edmonton||Canada||Rexall Place|
|March 24, 2004||Calgary||Pengrowth Saddledome|
|March 26, 2004||Vancouver||General Motors Place|
|March 28, 2004||Seattle||United States||KeyArena|
|March 30, 2004||Casper||Casper Events Center|
|March 31, 2004||Denver||Pepsi Center|
|April 20, 2004||Uniondale, New York||Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum|
|April 21, 2004|
|April 23, 2004||Charlotte||Charlotte Coliseum|
|April 24, 2004||Roanoke||Roanoke Civic Center|
|April 26, 2004||Norfolk||Norfolk Scope Arena|
|April 28, 2004||Louisville||Freedom Hall|
|April 29, 2004||Grand Rapids||Van Andel Arena|
|May 1, 2004||Cincinnati||U.S. Bank Arena|
|May 2, 2004||Madison||Alliant Energy Center|
|May 6, 2004||Calgary||Canada||Pengrowth Saddledome|
|May 7, 2004||Saskatoon||Saskatchewan Place|
|May 9, 2004||Winnipeg||Winnipeg Arena|
|May 11, 2004||Kansas City||United States||Kemper Arena|
|May 12, 2004||Omaha||Qwest Center Arena|
|May 14, 2004||Oklahoma City||Ford Center|
|May 15, 2004||Little Rock||Alltel Arena|
|May 26, 2004||Copenhagen||Denmark||Parken Stadium|
|May 28, 2004||Helsinki||Finland||Helsingin Olympiastadion|
|May 30, 2004||Gothenburg||Sweden||Ullevi|
|May 31, 2004||Chorzów||Poland||Silesian Stadium|
|June 2, 2004 [B]||Glasgow||Scotland||Glasgow Green|
|June 4, 2004 [C]||Lisbon||Portugal||Parque da Bela Vista|
|June 6, 2004 [B]||Castle Donington||England||Donington Park|
|June 8, 2004||Ludwigshafen||Germany||Südweststadion|
|June 10, 2004||Gelsenkirchen||Arena AufSchalke|
|June 11, 2004 [D]||Vienna||Austria||Flugfeld Civitas Nova|
|June 13, 2004||Munich||Germany||Olympiastadion|
|June 15, 2004||Belgrade||Serbia and Montenegro||Partizan Stadium|
|June 16, 2004||Bremen||Germany||Weserstadion|
|June 18, 2004||Zürich||Switzerland||Letzigrund|
|June 19, 2004||Zaragoza||Spain||Estadio de La Romareda|
|June 21, 2004||Amsterdam||Netherlands||Amsterdam Arena|
|June 23, 2004||Paris||France||Parc des Princes|
|June 25, 2004||Dublin||Ireland||RDS Arena|
|June 29, 2004||Padua||Italy||Stadio Euganeo|
|July 1, 2004||Prague||Czech Republic||T-Mobile Park Kolbenova|
|July 2, 2004 [E]||Werchter||Belgium||Werchter Festival Grounds|
|July 4, 2004||Reykjavík||Iceland||Egilshöll|
|August 16, 2004||Saint Paul||United States||Xcel Energy Center|
|August 17, 2004||Fargo||Fargodome|
|August 19, 2004||Indianapolis||Conseco Fieldhouse|
|August 20, 2004||Milwaukee||Bradley Center|
|August 22, 2004||Moline||The MARK of the Quad Cities|
|August 24, 2004||Peoria||Peoria Civic Center Arena|
|August 25, 2004||Fort Wayne||Allen County War Memorial Coliseum|
|August 27, 2004||Rosemont||Allstate Arena|
|August 28, 2004|
|August 30, 2004||Des Moines||Hilton Coliseum|
|September 1, 2004||Wichita||Britt Brown Arena|
|September 3, 2004||Austin||Frank Erwin Center|
|September 4, 2004||Lubbock||United Spirit Arena|
|September 21, 2004||Cleveland||Gund Arena|
|September 22, 2004||Pittsburgh||Mellon Arena|
|September 24, 2004||Columbus||Value City Arena|
|September 25, 2004||St. Louis||Savvis Center|
|September 27, 2004||Green Bay||Resch Center|
|October 1, 2004||Auburn Hills, Michigan||The Palace of Auburn Hills|
|October 3, 2004||Montreal||Canada||Bell Centre|
|October 4, 2004|
|October 6, 2004||Toronto||Air Canada Centre|
|October 7, 2004||Ottawa||Corel Centre|
|October 9, 2004||Albany||United States||Pepsi Arena|
|October 10, 2004||Buffalo||HSBC Arena|
|October 14, 2004||Quebec City||Canada||Colisée Pepsi|
|October 15, 2004|
|October 17, 2004||Washington, D.C.||United States||MCI Center|
|October 19, 2004||Philadelphia||Wachovia Center|
|October 20, 2004|
|October 22, 2004||East Rutherford||Continental Airlines Arena|
|October 24, 2004||Boston||FleetCenter|
|October 25, 2004|
|October 27, 2004||Hamilton||Canada||Copps Coliseum|
|October 28, 2004||London||John Labatt Centre|
|November 5, 2004||Tampa||United States||St. Pete Times Forum|
|November 6, 2004||Miami||Office Depot Center|
|November 8, 2004||Jacksonville||Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena|
|November 9, 2004||Pensacola||Pensacola Civic Center|
|November 11, 2004||Nashville||Gaylord Entertainment Center|
|November 13, 2004||Duluth||The Arena at Gwinnett Center|
|November 14, 2004||New Orleans||New Orleans Arena|
|November 16, 2004||Houston||Toyota Center|
|November 17, 2004||Dallas||American Airlines Center|
|November 20, 2004||San Antonio||SBC Center|
|November 22, 2004||Salt Lake City||E Center|
|November 24, 2004||San Diego||San Diego Sports Arena|
|November 27, 2004||Anaheim, California||Arrowhead Pond|
|November 28, 2004||San Jose||HP Pavilion|
|October 25, 2003||Buenos Aires, Argentina||River Plate Stadium||Cancelled|
|October 28, 2003||Santiago, Chile||Pista Atlética del Estadio Nacional||Cancelled|
|October 30, 2003||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||ATL Hall||Cancelled|
|November 1, 2003||São Paulo, Brazil||Pacaembu Stadium||Cancelled|
|May 14, 2004||Norman, Oklahoma||Lloyd Noble Center||Moved to the Ford Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma|
|June 27, 2004||Zagreb, Croatia||Stadion Maksimir||Cancelled|
|Venue||City||Tickets sold / available||Gross revenue|
|America West Arena||Phoenix||16,778 / 16,778 (100%)||$931,315|
|Tucson Convention Center Arena||Tucson||8,514 / 8,514 (100%)||$502,210|
|The Forum||Inglewood||32,455 / 33,674 (96%)||$1,797,450|
|Cow Palace||Daly City||16,000 / 16,000 (100%)||$888,000|
|ARCO Arena||Sacramento||12,545 / 13,500 (93%)||$754,075|
|Lawlor Events Center||Reno||7,944 / 8,500 (93%)||$437,906|
|Thomas & Mack Center||Las Vegas||13,270 / 16,808 (79%)||$797,055|
|Save Mart Center||Fresno||12,751 / 15,143 (84%)||$728,774|
|Rose Garden||Portland||11,064 / 16,000 (69%)||$605,360|
|Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena||Spokane||9,179 / 11,000 (83%)||$531,010|
|KeyArena||Seattle||13,222 / 13,222 (100%)||$750,800|
|Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum||Uniondale||30,205 / 34,196 (88%)||$1,815,950|
|Freedom Hall||Louisville||11,802 / 17,726 (67%)||$646,980|
|Van Andel Arena||Grand Rapids||12,550 / 12,550 (100%)||$754,950|
|U.S. Bank Arena||Cincinnati||13,640 / 13,640 (100%)||$770,880|
|Alliant Energy Center||Madison||10,120 / 10,120 (100%)||$646,750|
|Pengrowth Saddledome||Calgary||16,646 / 16,646 (100%)||$927,515|
|Saskatchewan Place||Saskatoon||13,035 / 13,035 (100%)||$578,744|
|Winnipeg Arena||Winnipeg||14,911 / 14,911 (100%)||$642,503|
|Kemper Arena||Kansas City||14,631 / 18,893 (77%)||$853,836|
|Qwest Center Arena||Omaha||15,000 / 15,000 (100%)||$856,420|
|Ford Center||Oklahoma City||13,502 / 19,204 (70%)||$767,610|
|Alltel Arena||North Little Rock||11,830 / 14,200 (83%)||$690,650|
|Xcel Energy Center||Saint Paul||17,555 / 17,555 (100%)||$994,125|
|Bradley Center||Milwaukee||14,179 / 18,000 (79%)||$788,195|
|Allstate Arena||Rosemont||30,941 / 30,941 (100%)||$1,785,995|
|Britt Brown Arena||Valley Center||8,485 / 11,236 (76%)||$493,780|
|United Spirit Arena||Lubbock||9,593 / 15,453 (62%)||$539,515|
|Gund Arena||Cleveland||15,559 / 21,190 (73%)||$865,050|
|Mellon Arena||Pittsburgh||9,816 / 9,816 (100%)||$564,700|
|Value City Arena||Columbus||11,002 / 18,000 (61%)||$606,980|
|Savvis Center||St. Louis||7,864 / 10,000 (79%)||$431,610|
|Resch Center||Green Bay||9,976 / 9,976 (100%)||$567,920|
|The Palace of Auburn Hills||Auburn Hills||14,866 / 19,712 (75%)||$844,195|
|Bell Centre||Montreal||40,277 / 40,277 (100%)||$2,457,793|
|Air Canada Centre||Toronto||18,531 / 18,531 (100%)||$1,119,555|
|Corel Centre||Ottawa||12,875 / 12,875 (100%)||$782,333|
|Pepsi Arena||Albany||13,148 / 15,835 (83%)||$776,208|
|HSBC Arena||Buffalo||14,687 / 18,954 (77%)||$837,865|
|Colisée Pepsi||Quebec City||30,523 / 30,523 (100%)||$1,971,563|
|MCI Center||Washington, D.C.||15,367 / 17,531 (88%)||$924,926|
|Wachovia Center||Philadelphia||31,198 / 38,998 (96%)||$1,781,540|
|Continental Airlines Arena||East Rutherford||18,986 / 18,986 (100%)||$1,090,490|
|FleetCenter||Boston||26,396 / 34,014 (78%)||$1,504,100|
|Copps Coliseum||Hamilton||6,722 / 10,000 (67%)||$424,662|
|John Labatt Centre||London||10,211 / 10,211 (100%)||$631,458|
|St. Pete Times Forum||Tampa||13,792 / 13,792 (100%)||$745,346|
|Office Depot Center||Sunrise||12,836 / 20,522 (63%)||$758,194|
|Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena||Jacksonville||5,363 / 5,992 (90%)||$314,225|
|Pensacola Civic Center||Pensacola||8,341 / 8,700 (96%)||$469,790|
|Gaylord Entertainment Center||Nashville||9,663 / 10,841 (89%)||$500,645|
|The Arena at Gwinnett Center||Duluth||12,347 / 12,347 (100%)||$710,237|
|New Orleans Arena||New Orleans||11,493 / 14,800 (78%)||$625,920|
|Toyota Center||Houston||12,596 / 16,800 (75%)||$697,800|
|San Diego Sports Arena||San Diego||13,747 / 13,890 (99%)||$809,800|
|Arrowhead Pond||Anaheim||15,900 / 15,900 (100%)||$867,475|
|HP Pavilion||San Jose||13,239 / 17,890 (96%)||$689,655|
|TOTAL||849,668 / 969,348 (88%)||$48,650,388|
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