METALLICA Concert Takes In $200,000 For 'Marin Rocks'
Paul Liberatore of the Marin Independent Journal reports: METALLICA's first-ever Marin County concert netted $200,000 for the "Marin Rocks" museum project, Marin History Museum officials have announced.
Read the entire article from the Marin Independent Journal.
Official Metallica.com footage of METALLICA's September 11 concert at the 2,000-seat Marin Veterans Memorial Auditorium (including pre-show soundcheck) can be viewed below.
The band's setlist was as follows:
01. Creeping Death
02. For Whom the Bell Tolls
04. Harvester of Sorrow
05. Fade to Black
06. Broken, Beat, and Scarred
08. Sad But True
10. Master of Puppets
12. Nothing Else Matters
13. Enter Sandman
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14. Hit the Lights
15. Seek and Destroy
Check out photos from the Marin Independent Journal.
The band previously stated about playing the benefit concert: "We have made Marin County in Northern California our home for many years, so we were more than honored when the Marin History Museum asked us to participate in their benefit concert as they prepare to launch the exhibit Marin Rocks. That's right, finally, a show in our own backyards . . . something that has NEVER happened!"
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