James Hetfield birthday with watch Metallica Dallas 2000 concert

James Hetfield birthday celebrates with Metallica band’s Dallas 2000 concert. They have uploaded a new video for “#MetallicaMondays” series on YouTube.

Famous thrash metal legends project #MetallicaMondays continues with the band frontman James Hetfield‘s 57th birthday celebrations. This concert from the musician 37th birthday and now you can watch it on the band’s official social media accounts. Almost every Metallica fans also loved the Hetfield and his first major public appearance since entering rehab on January 30. Then he appeared with his classic custom cars opened at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, USA.

Metallica also shares this statement for this concert and James Hetfield birthday:

James Hetfield birthday

Metallica – Happy Birthday James!

“Live in Dallas takes us back 20 years to the day for a Summer Sanitarium make-up gig that, of course, ended with a lot of pies. As you may remember, James, injured himself in the middle of that summer tour, resulting in some unique shows in Atlanta, Sparta, and Dallas, featuring some of the guys from the other bands on the bill stepping in.

After the tour ended, the boys returned to play two free make-up shows in each city featuring a special guest… James Hetfield.”

You can watch the “Metallica: Live in Dallas, Texas – August 3, 2000” concert below.

Metallica’s Dallas 2000 concert setlist:

  1. Creeping Death
  2. For Whom The Bell Tolls
  3. Seek And Destroy
  4. Fade To Black
  5. Fuel
  6. Sad But True
  7. No Leaf Clover
  8. King Nothing
  9. Mastertarium
  10. Battery
  11. 11. Nothing Else Matters
  12. I Disappear
  13. One
  14. Turn The Page (Bob Seger cover)
  15. Enter Sandman
  16. Last Caress (MISFITS cover)
  17. So What (ANTI-NOWHERE LEAGUE cover)
  18. Die, Die My Darling

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