METALLICA Breaks Revenue Records At Grand Forks, North Dakota’s Alerus Center

  According to the Grand Forks Herald, METALLICA's September 8 concert at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks, North Dakota broke records for ticket revenue and other sales. The event, which drew nearly 17,000 fans as part of the band's "WorldWired" tour, resulted in the highest-grossing ticket sales in the building's history, said Anna Rosburg, Alerus Center general manager. The stadium holds 21,000. It also broke highest-grossing records for food and beverage sales, merchandise sales, and partnership revenues for one show since the Alerus opened in February 2001, Rosburg said. Country music singer George Strait holds the record for highest attendance at an Alerus Center concert, having drawn about 19,500 for a February 2013 performance. "We did not break the [attendance] record [with the METALLICA concert, but had an excellent turnout and we appreciate the community's support in this exciting event," said Rosburg. Earlier in the year, METALLICA landed on…

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Metallica’s James Hetfield’s Iron Cross

Specs: Black and Gold color - Mahogany wood body - Mahogany wood neck - Rosewood Fretboard - Set-in construction - White Pearl Inlays - Scale Length 24.75" - 22 Frets - H/H Wilkinson Pickups - 2 Volume, 1 Tone, 3-way toggle Switch Controls - LP Bridge - Gold Hardware - Lock-in mechanism tunersExtremely easy to play, not buzzing and clean sound. You may check how the guitar plays on that cover video: Orion from Metallica I have had my eyes on the James Hetfieled's (Metallica's rhythm guitar and vocals) Iron Cross since I first saw on their Frantic video clip; from St. Anger album. The one he owns is a Gibson model from the early 70's which he personally bolted on the golden iron cross left-over from a motorcycle he was building with his uncle. Needless to say that this model is no longer made which makes it a very…

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