Megadeth & Lamb of God
The Metal Tour of the Year
with Trivium and In Flames
PLEASE NOTE: This concert was originally scheduled for July 14, 2020, and has been rescheduled for Sept. 22, 2021. Tickets for the original date will be honored.
RESCHEDULED DATE: Sept. 22, 2021
PLEASE NOTE: Section A is a Standing Pit
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Megadeth, fueled by Dave Mustaine’s triumphant return to the stage following his diagnosis and recovery of throat cancer, will embark on their first North American tour since 2017. Speaking on the epic announcement Mustaine said, “Hello me! I’m back again, better than ever and coming to a town near you with Lamb of God, Trivium and In Flames. If you want high octane metal madness this is the tour for you."
Lamb of God released their first new music in five years last week with the single “Checkmate”. The track is the first to be released from the band’s self-titled eighth studio album, due out May 8, which is one of the most anticipated and important metal records of the year.
“The world has never needed heavy metal more than it does today, and top to bottom, this tour delivers,” said Mark Morton, lead guitarist of Lamb of God said. “Lamb of God has toured with and been friends with all of these bands for years, but for all of us to be on the same bill is something extra special. Come early and stay late. This is the metal tour of the year.”
Trivium’s Matt Heafy added, “We are happy to be a part of the biggest real metal tour of the year. This tour is the main event and represents heavy metal and the culture that goes with it.”
“We were honored to be asked to join this package,” said In Flames singer Anders Fridén. “We were actually supposed to take this summer off, but of course we couldn’t say no. After playing shows with all of these guys for years, 2020 is going to feel like a kick-ass reunion. See you on the road, Jesterheads!”