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Summer Sanitarium Tour 2000
with KORN, KID ROCK, POWERMAN 5000, SYSTEM OF A DOWN
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June 23* Seattle, WA Memorial Stadium (part of EMP Grand Opening)
June 30 Foxboro, MA Foxboro Stadium
July 01 Rockingham, NC

Rockingham Dragway

July 03 St. Louis, MO Gateway International Raceway
July 04 Baltimore, MD Ravens Stadium
July 07 Atlanta, GA Georgia Dome * No James due to injury
July 08 Sparta, KY Kentucky Speedway * No James due to injury
July 09 Dallas, TX Texas Stadium * No James due to injury
July 12 Denver, CO Mile High Stadium
July 14 San Francisco, CA 3Com Park
July 15 Los Angeles, CA Coliseum
July 16 Queen Creek, AZ Desert Sky Pavillion
July 20* East Rutherford, NJ Giants Stadium
July 22* Chicago, IL Chicago Motor Speedway - Rockfest 2000
    I attended June 30 and July 22 shows
Free Make Up Shows For Shows James Missed - 2 shows at each locale to choose from
August 2 & 3 Dallas, TX Starplex Amphitheatre - Tix for Sparta KY show honored
August 5 & 6 Atlanta, GA Lakewood Amphitheatre
August 8 & 9 Lexington, KY Rupp Arena

* These shows do not include Korn, etc;
- Seattle is part of the EMP Grand Opening,
- Chicago is the Hard Rock Festival.
- Giants Stadium is a part of Tattoo the Earth Tour.

METALLICA
Well, the opening date of the Summer Sanitarium Tour on Friday June 30th was as awesome as expected. SYSTEM OF A DOWN played for about a half hour and though the volume seemed low and they were playing only to a half filled stadium they kicked ass. POWER MAN 5000 was next and really got the crowed whipped up into a frenzy. Next came KID ROCK - who I think is one of the most over rated things in music today - but he puts on a helluva live show. A loud, energetic affair complete with pyro and strippers. KORN suffered through some audio problems, the lead vocals kept dropping out. But they persisted for a great set that had the whole stadium bouncing. Then it was time for the mighty METALLICA to show everyone why they rule the world. A very cool stage with four large video screens that often showed four different views of the action. The set list was full of classics - "Creeping Death", "For Whom The Bell Tolls", "Seek & Destroy", "Fade to Black", a cool combo of "Master of Puppets" and "Sanitarium", "Battery" plus some newer stuff that I got to hear live for the first time, "Turn The Page" and "I Disappear". They played for about 2 hours and 20 minutes and had a slammin' punk encore of "Last Caress", "So What" and "Die Die Die My Darling". Check out www.MetOnTour.com for some pictures and the complete set list.

 

 

Photos from opening night of Summer Sanitarium Tour
June 30, 2000, Foxboro Stadium, Foxboro Ma
6/30/00 Foxboro
Summer Sanitarium
Jaymz at Foxboro, June 30, 2000


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