Hardwired To Kill 'Em All

HTKEA HEADLINES MASSIVE METALLICA FAN GATHERING IN SAN FRANCISCO

This Saturday night, September 7th, Houston’s Hardwired To Kill ‘Em All (Metallica) will be headlining the sold out The Night Between, a massive gathering of Metallica and metal fans in town for three days of festivities to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Metallica’s S&M album. The festivities will kick off on Friday night when Metallica plays the first-ever show at San Francisco’s new Chase Center, and conclude on September 8th at the Chase Center when Metallica plays a second, fan-club only show.

In addition to HTKEA’s live performance for hundreds of Metallica fans (no pressure, guys!) there will be a charity raffle, and panels featuring luminaries from some of metals’ biggest bands, like D.R.I., Black SabbathFaith No MoreForbiddenDress The DeadDeath Angel, and Old Grandad.

All profits from entry and raffle ticket sales for this event will be donated to Metallica’s All Within My Hands Foundation. AWMH aims to assist and enrich the lives of members of the communities who have supported the band for years; funds raised will be donated to a cross-section of national and local charities.

Safe travels, guys, and have a great show!

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