Heavy metal band Metallica are set to celebrate their 30th anniversary with a string of dates in San Francisco, California specially for members of their fan club.
The Enter Sandman stars began rocking out in 1981 and they will mark their milestone with a four-date mini-residency at the Fillmore venue in December (11).
But only diehard devotees will be able to purchase tickets, which have been priced at just $6 (£3.75) each.
They have also offered fans the chance to buy a ticket four-pack, granting them entrance to each of the gigs for a total of $19.81 (£12.38), a reference to the year they formed.
And Metallica have promised that it will be a show to remember.
A message on the group's website reads: "Thirty years of Metallica... can you believe it? We think it's cause for a major celebration!
"These unique shows will include special guests and events, rare songs, varied set lists, odds and ends, and all the nutty stuff you expect from Metallica... fun for the entire family!"
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