The metalheads of Metallica will hit the stage in San Francisco next spring to benefit their charitable foundation All Within My Hands.
The Helping Hands Show is slated to take place on March 28, 2020 at the Masonic Auditorium in San Francisco. The two-year old charity was created with the mission of “creating sustainable communities by supporting workforce education, the fight against hunger and other critical local services.” This will be their second performance at the venue.
“Mark your calendars to join us and see what we’ve been up to since the Foundation formed in 2017, learn about the charities we’ve supported and the work we’re doing in local communities, and we’ll close out the night by hitting the stage for a live performance,” Metallica wrote in a statement.
In 2018, Metallica played an acoustic set at the auditorium, which was made into a live album: Helping Hands…Live & Acoustic at The Masonic. After the gig, they announced an initiative that would grant $1 million to 10 community colleges.
The band was also in San Francisco earlier this year, following their WorldWired Tour, for a special two-night gig at the Chase Center for S&M2, which will be produced into a film.
“Thank you to all of you from near and far, literally from all around the globe, who came to San Francisco to spend the weekend with us for the two S&M² concerts… we’re still feeling the tremendous buzz and love from those nights! It only seemed fitting to invite you all back again soon, so we’re here to announce the date of our second annual All Within My Hands Foundation Helping Hands Concert…” Metallica said on their website.
Visit their site for more information as the show gets closer.