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Admin18.07.2021

Metallica Perform to Massive Moscow Crowd in 1991

Jay-Z and Kanye West — Watch the Throne Tour, 2012.
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Admin13.07.2021

What was the largest Metallica crowd?

Frank Sinatra Live 175,000 28 March 2007 100,000 Free concerts The following are free concerts with reported attendance of one million people or more.
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Admin07.09.2021

Metallica Perform to Massive Moscow Crowd in 1991

The concert of September 1991 will be remembered as an iconic milestone signaling the end of an era.
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Admin04.07.2021

Watch Metallica Play To 1.6 Million Russian Fans In This 1991 Footage — Kerrang!

Overall, 11 people died, and more than 30 lawsuits were filed over the injuries and casualties caused by the event.
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Admin24.08.2021

The 15 Most Dangerous Rock Concerts In History

Later it was most usually held on the third Sunday of August, if only weather permitted.
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Admin21.08.2021

Monsters of rock, 1991, russia, 53 DEAD!!!

In 1991, at the behest of , [ ] Tushino Airfield was used to host the free concert featuring , , and.
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Admin06.08.2021

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Metallica performing in Sweden for the World Magnetic Tour in 2009 is an American band, founded in 1981 by drummer and rhythm guitarist.
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Admin04.08.2021

Picture of the crowd at Metallica's 1991 concert in Moscow. It is estimated somewhere around 1.5 million were in attendance. : pics

Cops: Any good at it? It was the first tour with most of songs in still used today 1996 North America: June 4 — August 4, 1996 28 , , , , , , Metallica headlined the festival tour, in front of crowds of about 20,000, with many shows being sold out.
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Admin24.07.2021

Lars Ulrich Clarifies The Myth That 1.6 Million People Attended Metallica's Moscow Concert In 1991

Thankfully, there were no deaths.
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Admin17.07.2021

List of Metallica concert tours

First and other performance [ ] Year s Locations and dates Number of shows Supporting acts 1982—1983 US: March 14, 1982 — May 7, 1983 36 First gig was at Radio City, Anaheim on March 14, 1982, other gigs during 1982 and early 1983 as a band were not played as a tour, as the new band released and went through a couple of line-up changes, as lead guitarist and backing vocalist was replaced by , and Ron McGovney was replaced by as bassist.
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Admin15.07.2021

Tushino Airfield

2010s tours [ ] Year s Title Legs locations and dates Number of shows Supporting acts 2011 2011 Vacation Tour North America, Europe, South America, Asia: April 23 — October 30, 2011 17 , , , Tour features the first two Big Four U.
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