There was a lot of chatter when it was announced earlier this week that Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony would be reuniting to perform the first concert at the new Chase Center.
The Sept. 6 concert will be the first at the Warriors’ new home, with several other performers slated for the rest of the week including The Black Keys, Phil Collins, Andrea Bocelli, The Dave Matthews Band, and The Chainsmokers.
Tickets for the Metallica/SF Symphony concert went on sale Friday at 10 a.m. and sold out like hot cakes!
But all hope is not lost if you still want to attend — you’ll just have to pay some pretty big bucks to rock out.
Last we checked about an hour and a half after tickets went on sale, only (verified) resale tickets were available.
The cheapest ticket was $788 for a seat up in section 127 — not quite nosebleed, but not super close either.
Most expensive ticket? Try $6,851 for a seat up close in section 4, pretty close to the stage.
Would you shell out the big bucks?
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