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METALLICA Announce ‘Encore Drive-In Nights’ Shows Across North America

metallica drive in shows, METALLICA Announce ‘Encore Drive-In Nights’ Shows Across North America

Well it looks like we now know why the guys in METALLICA have been rehearsing together in their rehearsal space in San Rafael, California lately.  As it turns out, they will be the first rock/metal band to be featured in the ‘Encore Drive-In Nights’ series. The show will be shot specially for the Encore Drive-In Nights Series at a location near the band’s Northern California headquarters and will subsequently be edited and mixed by METALLICA’s award-winning production team to the highest standards possible. When does this go down you may be asking?  Mark your calendars for August 29 as the show will be shown at hundreds of drive-in and outdoor theaters across the United States and Canada.

Pre-sale tickets, available exclusively to METALLICA’s Fifth Member fan club, will go on sale on August 12 here. General on-sale will begin on August 14. Every ticket purchase — which admits one carload of up to six people — will include four digital downloads of METALLICA’s “S&M²”, the long-awaited album documenting the two historic concerts that reunited the band and San Francisco Symphony for the first time in 20 years. “S&M²” will be released August 28 on the band’s own Blackened Recordings.

The METALLICA show is part of the Encore Drive-In Nights series, which is presented by leading event production company Encore Live. Since June, Encore Live has partnered with drive-in theaters across the country to provide world-class entertainment in a safe, creative way.

For more information and to see if a venue near you is presenting the show, visit encorenights.com or call your local theater.

In addition to METALLICA, THREE DAYS GRACE will also serve as the official Encore Drive-In Nights opening act for the August 29 show.

Drive-in theaters hosting the concert will adhere to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended guidelines as well as all state and local health mandates. Staff will wear personal protective equipment and enforce at least six feet of space between cars. The series will also use contactless payment and ticketing systems and limit capacity in restrooms. Guidelines around concessions will be enforced to abide by individual state regulations.

For a full list of procedures that the Encore Drive-In Nights is employing to keep fans and staff safe, visit encorenights.com.

Unlike traditional concert tickets that are bought for one fan’s individual admission, each purchase for Encore Drive-In Nights’ concerts will admit one carload of fans. That means up to six people can enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime show for one price.