If you don’t already know, this isn’t the first Dreamforce concert for the legendary American heavy metal band – Metallica, to headline the concert for UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals.
Back in 2011, Metallica did a near-flawless set at Dreamforce. Now, 7 years later they are back again to rock the Dreamforce extravaganza which grew from a mere 30,000 visitors (back in 2011) to a whopping 200,000 attendees expected this year.
So, if you are going to the conference and have the Dreamforce 2018 full conference pass, then be ready for about two hours of complete music mayhem that only Metallica can deliver.
If you don’t have the pass and are hardcore rockheads, don’t fret. You can grab the tickets for Metallica at Dreamforce 2018 concert right away, which is priced at $1000 at the UCSF Concert for kids website.
Now before you hit the lights, let’s jump in the fire with 5 reasons why nothing else matters at this year’s Dreamforce concert. (Sorry, couldn’t resist!)
Sometimes it feels like Metallica has been there forever. With their influence across multiple genres of music, spawning newly minted rock fans across the world every day, this legendary band is here to stay.
And watching one of their concerts live means you get to be part of their legacy. Just simply get there, lose yourself, and headbang till it hurts, then keeps at it till you never forget it.
Need no words to describe this. Just watch:
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This would be the fourth time for Metallica with the Salesforce crowd. The first was in Dreamforce 2011 concert, the second was a private corporate gig hosted by Salesforce at Pier 48 in San Francisco and the third in the AT&T Park for The Night Before concert.
Soon, on the night of Wednesday, September 26th, Metallica will be playing again at the San Francisco’s Civic Center Plaza as part of the Dreamforce 2018 concert.
Interestingly, Metallica got involved with Salesforce through Kirk Hammett’s friendship with his neighbor, Marc Benioff.
As the lead vocalist, rhythm guitarist, and main songwriter for Metallica, James Hetfield is revered as one of the greatest singer-guitarist-songwriter of all-time.
Listen to “Nothing Else Matters” or “Master of Puppets” again and again, if you are in denial.
Remember that feeling when you heard “Enter Sandman” for the first time and your mind was blown? Well, prepare to relive the moment live.
“It’s just kinda gotta be at the end,” Hetfield says. “It’s that song.”
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