Where to live stream Metallica's Outside Lands gig marking Golden Gate Park's 150th anniversary
The band Metallica are born showmen and to help entertain their fans who are stuck at home during this ongoing coronavirus crisis, they announced #MetallicaMondays a couple of weeks ago. This special initiative features an entire live-streamed concert on their YouTube and Facebook pages every Monday night at 8 pm ET and it will remain on demand throughout the next week.
This week, the hard rockers are broadcasting a classic show from the Outside Lands in San Francisco from August 12th, 2017. The band revealed that this was also to help ring in the 150th birthday celebrations of the Golden Gate Park.
The setlist will feature a whole bunch of tunes from their recent album, 'Hardwired…to Self Destruct', but there's plenty of Metallica classics are thrown in as well. Check out the setlist below, it's a good mix of new school and old school Metallica tracks.
Metallica - August 12th, Outside Lands 2017 Setlist
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Now That We're Dead
Moth Into Flame
Harvester of Sorrow
Welcome Home (Sanitarium)
Sad But True
Master of Puppets
Fade to Black
Seek and Destroy
Nothing Else Matters
Some lucky fans were already treated to a sneak preview of this gig during the weekend. Three punishing songs from this concert premiered online during the GoldenGatePark150.com virtual classic concert series, namely the punishing 'Motorbreath', "Welcome Home (Sanitarium)' and 'Seek and Destroy.' But now you get to watch the whole show!
What's more, during every single one of these Metallica live shows, the band will be accepting donations for the All Within My Hands foundation, which is doing its part to help provide meals, personal protection equipment, and other relief aid worldwide. According to Metallica's official page, "Your donation will help address food insecurities and medical supply shortages during the current COVID-19 crisis as AWMH is working with partners at Feeding America and Direct Relief."
Make sure you tune in every Monday to catch a live Metallica concert and donate if you can as well. It's all for a good cause. You can subscribe to Metallica's YouTube channel to make sure you don't miss the next few concerts that will air every Monday.