Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony with Red Curtain Addict

Metallica with The San Francisco Symphony

Secure your seats to see Metallica with The San Francisco Symphony at the inaugural opening of the new Chase Center!

Metallica and The San Francisco Symphony

About the Experience

The San Francisco Symphony, Metallica, and the Golden State Warriors are holding an inaugural event held in San Francisco’s new Chase Center will be S&M2, a joint concert by rock band Metallica and The San Francisco Symphony, conducted by San Francisco Symphony's Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas and Edwin Outwater.

The Chase Center, a new 18,064-seat privately financed sports and entertainment arena in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood, is the new home of the back-to-back NBA Champion Golden State Warriors. This performance is one of the top-tier acts to perform at Chase Center this Fall.

About the night

The Chase Center inaugural event comes 20 years after the two groups first collaborated for a historic set of concerts billed as Symphony and Metallica (S&M). The original S&M concerts were performed by Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony, conducted by the late Michael Kamen in spring 1999 at the Berkeley Community Theatre.
Tickets sold out fast, but we were able to secure just a handful of tickets for Red Curtain Addict fans!

Date and Time

Friday, September 6th, 2019

8:00 PM

 

Where

Location

Chase Center

300 16th Street, San Francisco, 94158

More about what to expect

What to expect...

“It’s a natural fit for the Chase Center, the home of the Warriors and a new hub of community pride, to open with a joint concert by two influential voices of the Bay Area musical scene, Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony,” said San Francisco Symphony Chief Executive Officer Mark C. Hanson.

“This is beyond exciting on so many fronts,” said Metallica’s Lars Ulrich. “The fact that San Francisco is finally getting a much needed world-class arena, the fact that Metallica gets to be part of the opening celebration, the fact that we get to revisit S&M 20 years later, and the fact that we get to share the stage not only with the San Francisco Symphony once again but with the legend himself, MTT, as he kicks off his final year as music director here in San Francisco. This is mind-blowingly awesome...bring it on ASAP!!!”

What else you should know?

Chase Center will play host to Warriors basketball, concerts, cultural events, family shows, and more, totaling nearly 200 events a year. The sports and entertainment district will include two office buildings and 29 unique retail locations, along with 3.2 acres of publicly accessible plazas and open space.