January 31, 2019

Photos from Metallica's Performance at Cincinnati's U.S. Bank Arena

Metallica rocked U.S. Bank Arena and 16,000 heavy metal fans on Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019.  The sub-zero temperatures didn't keep this band of 38 years from putting on a 2+ hour long performance that mixed songs from their newest album, Hardwired... to Self-Destruct as well as favorites like ...And Justice For All and Master Of Puppets.  During "Moth Info Flame," a song from the new album, dozens of small lighted drones took to the air and performed intricate maneuvers above the stage.  The show opener was Jim Breuer, an American stand-up comedian and self-professed Metallica fan.   Written by Kevin Lush
01/30/2019
Photos by Kevin Lush
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Photos from Metallica's Performance at Cincinnati's U.S. Bank Arena
Kevin Lush
Photos from Metallica's Performance at Cincinnati's U.S. Bank Arena
Kevin Lush
Photos from Metallica's Performance at Cincinnati's U.S. Bank Arena
Kevin Lush
Photos from Metallica's Performance at Cincinnati's U.S. Bank Arena
Kevin Lush
Photos from Metallica's Performance at Cincinnati's U.S. Bank Arena
Kevin Lush
Photos from Metallica's Performance at Cincinnati's U.S. Bank Arena
Kevin Lush
Photos from Metallica's Performance at Cincinnati's U.S. Bank Arena
Kevin Lush
Photos from Metallica's Performance at Cincinnati's U.S. Bank Arena
Kevin Lush
Photos from Metallica's Performance at Cincinnati's U.S. Bank Arena
Kevin Lush
Photos from Metallica's Performance at Cincinnati's U.S. Bank Arena
Kevin Lush