A professionally recorded video of METALLICA’s electrifying performance of the song “One” on October 8 at the Power Trip festival in Indio, California is available for viewing below
METALLICA brought the curtains down on the final night of the three-day festival, treating fans to a remarkable 16-song set that traversed the band’s extensive career.
Their explosive set commenced with “Whiplash” from their 1983 debut album, “Kill ‘Em All,” followed by two powerhouse tracks from their sophomore release, “Ride The Lightning” – “Creeping Death” and “For Whom The Bell Tolls.”
In a surprising twist, METALLICA unleashed one of their chart-topping hits, “Enter Sandman,” as the fourth song in the lineup, before delving into two tracks from their most recent album, “72 Seasons” – “Lux Æterna” and “Too Far Gone?” The crowd was further treated to classics like “Fuel” from 1997’s “Reload” and the instrumental masterpiece “Orion” from the 1986 album “Master Of Puppets.”
METALLICA’s setlist was as follows:
02. Creeping Death
03. For Whom The Bell Tolls
04. Enter Sandman
05. Lux Æterna
06. Too Far Gone?
07. Fade To Black
10. Nothing Else Matters
11. Sad But True
12. The Day That Never Comes
14. Seek & Destroy
16. Master Of Puppets
The first-ever Power Trip rock and heavy metal extravaganza kicked off on October 6 with electrifying performances by IRON MAIDEN and GUNS N’ ROSES. The weekend continued to deliver incredible acts, featuring JUDAS PRIEST and AC/DC on Saturday, October 7, and closing with the epic pairing of TOOL and METALLICA on October 8.
This monumental event saw tens of thousands of enthusiastic attendees converging to celebrate their love for rock and metal. It’s worth noting that single-day tickets were not available for purchase, emphasizing the commitment of fans. Instead, a three-day general admission pass was offered at $599, while three-day reserved seats ranged from $999 to $3,250.