#MetallicaMondays travels back to the first time the band played Yankee Stadium in 2011

#MetallicaMondays travels to Yankee Stadium in the Bronx on September 14, 2011. While this ballpark is no stranger to the sounds of “Enter Sandman,” this gig was the first time Metallica played there live! Part of the final Big 4 show, Metallica’s set was capped off by an all-star performance of Motörhead’s “Overkill” featuring members of Slayer, Anthrax, Megadeth, and Exodus.

00:03:45 Lars Intro
00:07:20 Creeping Death
00:13:35 For Whom the Bell Tolls
00:18:14 Fuel
00:22:30 Ride the Lightning
00:28:57 Kirk Solo I
00:33:59 Fade to Black
00:38:08 Cyanide
00:44:45 All Nightmare Long
00:54:16 Sad But True
00:59:54 Rob Solo
01:00:49 Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
01:07:36 Orion
01:15:53 One
01:23:55 Master of Puppets
01:32:03 Blackened
01:38:29 Kirk Solo II
01:40:15 Nothing Else Matters
01:46:10 Enter Sandman
01:54:52 Overkill (Featuring Kerry King, Dave Lombardo, Gary Holt, David Ellefson, Chris Broderick, Shawn Drover, Scott Ian, Rob Caggiano, Frank Bello, Charlie Benante, and Joey Belladonna)
02:03:55 Battery
02:10:00 Seek And Destroy

During this stream, Metallica will be hosting fundraisers benefiting their foundation, All Within My Hands. Fans have already raised an incredible $96,000 through the #MetallicaMondays campaigns! These contributions have helped the foundation donate the second round of grants for COVID-19 relief efforts. Let’s see if we can get that number up to $100K!




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