What You'll Get
- One G-Pass to see Megadeth, starting from $20
- Seating options: general-admission orchestra, gold circle, and lawn
- Click here to view the seating chart.
How G-Pass Works: Following purchase, your G-Pass will be in My vouchers. You may redeem your G-Pass via the mobile app when you enter the venue. You may also print it out in advance. Use the G-Pass to enter the venue directly; you won’t need to redeem at will call. Discount reflects the merchant’s current ticket prices - price may differ on day of event.
- 1983: the year former Metallica guitarist Dave Mustaine joined bassist David Ellefson to create the blitzkrieging, technically profound warhorse that is Megadeth
- Killing is My Business…And Business is Good!: the debut album that helped popularize the burgeoning thrash genre and cemented Megadeth as one of the genre’s “big four” (alongside Anthrax, Metallica, and Slayer); VH1 hails it as the Greatest Thrash Metal Debut Album of All Time
- 11: the number of Grammy nominations the band has raked in over the decades and the rumored number of fingers on each of Mustaine’s hands
- 4 months: how long it took Mustaine to regain feeling in his left hand after an arm injury left him with an atrophied elbow muscle in 2002
- A year: how long it took him to relearn how to play the guitar
- #1: his ranking (still) in Joel McIver’s 100 Greatest Metal Guitarists
- What’s new: Dystopia, the band’s highest charting album since 1992’s Countdown to Extinction. The Guardian calls it an “absolutely blistering return.”
- Get there early: for an extra helping of metal from special guests Meshuggah, TesseracT, and Lillake
- Their Sound: Since 1987, these Swedish metal mavens have mastered an alchemy of primal, scalp-scorching speed metal thrash, charred-demon vocals, and mind-boggling time signatures that would give Pythagoras an aneurysm. Rolling Stone labeled them as “one of the ten most important hard and heavy bands” while the Alternative Press simply calls them “most important band in metal.”
- For Fans Of: Gojira, Rigor Mortis, Enthroned, Carcass
- Where to Begin: Check out the band’s best-selling 2012 album, Koloss, which drummer Tomas Haake calls, “Organic brutality, viscera and groove all crammed into a 54-minute metalicious treat, best avoided by the faint of heart!”
- TesseracT: British progressive metal band from Milton Keynes, England with three studio albums to their name. They are one of the bands to pioneer the djent movement in progressive metal.
- Lillake: The band’s debut album, “Become”, earned praise from metal press websites such as Metal Injection, who named the album one of 2016’s top 15 metal albums of the year.
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