PANTERA’s headlining concert in Santiago sells out, gets moved to 17,000-capacity arena
The upcoming performance in Santiago, Chile was originally scheduled for December 13 at the 5,400-capacity Teatro Caupolicán, but has now been moved to December 12 at the Movistar Arena, which can house up to 17,000 attendees.
PANTERA shared the news of the date and venue change earlier today (October 27, 2022), posting to social media: “Our upcoming headline show at Caupolican Theater, Santiago sold out so quickly that we decided to move the show to Movistar Arena on 12/12. And SEPULTURA is now on the bill as well. Tickets available now.”
As previously announced, the upcoming tour will feature surviving PANTERA members Phil Anselmo (vocals) and Rex Brown (bass) along with guitarist Zakk Wylde (BLACK LABEL SOCIETY) and drummer Charlie Benante (ANTHRAX) performing dates throughout the world under the PANTERA name.
The band are set to commence their upcoming trek in December 2022, starting with a co-headlining slot at Mexico’s Hell & Heaven Metal Fest and Monterrey Metal Fest, followed by appearances at three Knotfest festivals in South America.
Confirmed PANTERA tour dates thus far:
Dec. 02 – Texicoco, Mexico – Hell & Heaven Metal Fest
Dec. 06 – Monterrey, Mexico – Monterrey Metal Fest
Dec. 09 – Bogotá, Colombia – Knotfest Colombia
Dec. 11 – Santiago, Chile – Knotfest Chile
Dec. 12 – Santiago, Chile – Movistar Arena
Dec. 15 – São Paulo, Brazil – Vibra São Paulo (with JUDAS PRIEST)
Dec. 18 – São Paulo, Brazil – Knotfest Brazil