The third installment of the U.S. Gigantour the acclaimed traveling heavy music festival launched in 2005 by MEGADETH mainman Dave Mustaine officially launched last night (Saturday, April 12) in Denver, Colorado with headliner MEGADETH, Swedish metal band IN FLAMES, Finland's CHILDREN OF BODOM, Arizona's modern extreme act JOB FOR A COWBOY and Oakland, CA heavy power trio HIGH ON FIRE. The 29-date trek will criss-cross North America and is scheduled to wrap May 22 in Phoenix, Arizona.

MEGADETH's setlist for the Denver concert was as follows:

01. Sleepwalker
02. Wake Up Dead
03. Take No Prisoners
04. Skin O My Teeth
05. Washington Is Next
06. Gears Of War
07. Kick The Chair
08. In My Darkest Hour
09. Hangar 18
10. Ashes In Your Mouth
11. Burnt Ice
12. Trust
13. Tornado Of Souls
14. Symphony Of Destruction
15. Peace Sells
16. Holy Wars

Fan-filmed video footage of MEGADETH's March 8, 2008 concert at the Metalmania festival at Spodek in Katowice, Poland can be viewed below (courtesy of "AllanPatton").


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