Attention metal fans! As part of their world tour, Metallica is coming to Munich’s Olympic Stadium. Here’s what you need to know about the special programme and ticket details:

Munich – The American metal band Metallica is set to perform in Munich. The band, led by James Hetfield and Lars Ulrich, will take the stage on Friday, May 24th, and Sunday, May 26th at Munich’s Olympic Stadium. Here’s what’s unique about the “M72 World Tour” concept and where you can still get tickets:

“Not a Single Song Twice”: A Unique Programme The concerts are set to be a double-feature event – each performance will be distinct from the other. The band promises different opening acts and different setlists for each day. “If you buy a ticket for both days, you won’t hear a single song twice – that’s 30 songs spanning over our 40-plus years of making music,” Metallica states on their official website. In Munich, the opening acts will include Architects and Mammoth WVH on one day and Five Finger Death Punch & Ice Nine Kills on the other.

“Snake Pit”: Special Stage Location Offers 360-Degree View There’s another special feature. Unlike many other concerts at Munich’s Olympic Stadium, the stage will be positioned in the centre of the stadium. Inside the circular stage, there are even standing areas. The so-called “Snake Pit” promises a 360-degree view of the band, making concertgoers feel like “a part of the show,” as Metallica explains on their website.

Metallica in Munich: Tickets Still Available Tickets are still available through event organisers like Tickets can be purchased for a single day or as a two-day pass. Parking is available directly in front of the Olympic Stadium. Visitors can drive via the Georg-Brauchle-Ring. Alternatively, the U-Bahn lines U3 or U8 will take visitors to the Olympiazentrum station.