Kill 'Em All Tour

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Kill 'Em All Tour
Promotional tour by Metallica
Location North America
Europe
Associated album Kill 'Em All
Start date July 27, 1983 (1983-07-27)
End date August 30, 1984 (1984-08-30)
Legs 3 in North America
4 in Europe
7 total
Number of shows 53 in North America
15 in Europe
68 total
Metallica concert chronology

The Kill 'Em All Tour was the first major concert tour by American thrash metal band Metallica. The tour, which was sponsored by their record label, Megaforce Records, was in support of their debut album, Kill 'Em All, released two days before the start of the tour. Metallica supported Raven, Venom and Twisted Sister while supporting acts for Metallica included Anthrax and Armored Saint. Tour setlists consisted of songs off their debut album, cover songs including Diamond Head's "Am I Evil?" and Blitzkrieg's self-titled song, and songs that would be released on Ride the Lightning.[1][2][3][4][5]

Personnel[edit]

Setlist[edit]

Songs played overall (July 27, 1983 – August 30, 1984)

"The Ecstasy of Gold" ("Ennio Morricone" cover)
(audio introduction)

  1. "Hit the Lights"
  2. "The Four Horsemen"
  3. "Jump in the Fire"
  4. "Blitzkrieg" ("Blitzkrieg" cover)
  5. "Fight Fire with Fire"
  6. "For Whom the Bell Tolls"
  7. "Ride the Lightning"
  8. "Phantom Lord"
  9. "No Remorse"
  10. "The Call of Ktulu"
  11. "Motorbreath"
  12. "Seek & Destroy"
  13. "Anesthesia (Pulling Teeth)" (Cliff Burton bass solo)
  14. "Whiplash"
  15. "Creeping Death"
    Encore
  16. "Am I Evil?" (Diamond Head cover)
  17. Kirk Hammett guitar solo
  18. "Metal Militia"
Typical setlist

"The Ecstasy of Gold" ("Ennio Morricone" cover)
(audio introduction)

  1. "Hit the Lights"
  2. "The Four Horsemen"
  3. "Jump in the Fire"
  4. "Phantom Lord"
  5. "No Remorse"
  6. "Motorbreath"
  7. "Anesthesia (Pulling Teeth)" (Cliff Burton bass solo)
  8. "Whiplash"
    Encore
  9. "Seek & Destroy"
  10. Kirk Hammett guitar solo
  11. "Metal Militia"





Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
North America (Supported Raven)
July 27, 1983 New Brunswick United States Royal Manor
July 28, 1983 Bridgeport Utopia
July 29, 1983 Yonkers Rising Sun
July 30, 1983 Boston The Rat
July 31, 1983
August 2, 1983 Jamestown Melody Inn
August 3, 1983 Buffalo Rooftops Skyroom
August 4, 1983 Rochester River Boat
August 5, 1983 New York City L'Amour East
August 6, 1983 L'Amour
August 7, 1983 Babylon Cheers
August 9, 1983 Morganville Sports 9 Skateway
August 10, 1983 Essex Seagull Inn
August 11, 1983 Baltimore Coast to Coast
August 13, 1983 Chicago Metro Chicago
August 14, 1983 Milwaukee Mickey's
August 16, 1983 Bald Knob Bald Knob Amphitheatre
August 17, 1983 Pine Bluff Pine Bluff Convention Center Theater
August 18, 1983 Texarkana Texarkana College Music Hall
August 19, 1983 Russellville Tucker Coliseum
August 20, 1983 Roland Harry's Rock 'N' Roll Bar
August 22, 1983 Tyler Harvey Hall
August 24, 1983 Austin Nightlife
August 25, 1983 San Antonio Daddy's Nightclub
August 26, 1983 Odessa Ector County Coliseum
August 27, 1983 Portales ENMU Outdoor Concert Stage
August 28, 1983 Las Cruces Corbett Center Ballroom
August 29, 1983 Pasadena Perkins Palace
August 30, 1983 Los Angeles Reseda Country Club
August 31, 1983 San Francisco The Stone
September 1, 1983 Palo Alto Keystone Club
September 2, 1983 Berkeley Keystone Club
September 3, 1983 San Francisco The Stone
North America (2nd leg)
October 31, 1983 Palo Alto United States Keystone Club
November 4, 1983 Los Angeles Reseda Country Club
November 7, 1983 San Francisco The Stone
November 11, 1983 Portland Starry Night
November 12, 1983 Bellevue Lake Hills Arena
November 24, 1983 Palo Alto Keystone Club
November 25, 1983 Berkeley Keystone Club
November 26, 1983 San Francisco The Stone
December 14, 1983 Milwaukee The Palms
December 15, 1983 Chicago Broadway Jack's Pavilion (2 Shows)
December 18, 1983 Cleveland Agora Ballroom
December 30, 1983 Aberdeen Fountain Casino
December 31, 1983 Mount Vernon Left Bank
January 7, 1984 Port Jervis Port Jervis State Theater
January 11, 1984 Rochester River Boat
January 14, 1984 Boston Channel
Januarh 15, 1984 South River Union Jack
January 20, 1984 Middletown J. Bee's Rock III
January 21, 1984 Valley Stream Rio Theater
January 22, 1984 Boston The Channel
Europe (1st Leg) (7 Dates of Hell Tour)
February 3, 1984 Zürich Switzerland House of the People
February 5, 1984 Milan Italy Curtain Theater
February 7, 1984 Neunkirchen Germany Hemmerleinhalle
February 9, 1984 Paris France Balard Space
February 11, 1984 Zwolle Netherlands Zwolle Ice Hall (Aardschok Festival 1984)
February 12, 1984 Poperinge Belgium Joyful Makeover Salon
Ride the Lightning Recording Sessions
February 20–March 14, 1984 Copenhagen Denmark Sweet Silence Studios
Hell on Earth Tour
March 21, 1984 Stoke England Victoria Hall
March 22, 1984 Hammersmith Hammersmith Odeon Theatre
March 23, 1984 Dunstable Queensway Hall
March 25, 1984 Cardiff Wales New Ocean Club
March 26, 1984 Nottingham England Rock City
March 27, 1984 Blackburn King George's Hall
London Marquee Club
March 29, 1984 Manchester Manchester Apollo Theatre
March 30, 1984 Newcastle Mayfair Ballroom
April 1, 1984 Ayr Scotland Ayr Pavilion
April 2, 1984 Glasgow Glasgow Apollo Penthouse
April 3, 1984 Birmingham England Birmingham Odeon Theatre
April 8, 1984 London Marquee Club
Europe (2nd Leg)
June 6, 1984 Leiden Netherlands Leiden City Auditorium
June 7, 1984 Frankfurt Germany Frankfurt National School House
June 8, 1984 Oldenzaal Netherlands Jumbo
June 9, 1984 De Westereen De Westereen Event Hall
June 10, 1984 Poperinge Belgium Bosco Sports Field (Heavy Sound Festival 1984 #2)
North America
July 20, 1984 San Francisco United States Mabuhay Gardens (Billed as "The Four Horsemen")
August 3, 1984 New York City Roseland Ballroom (Megaforce Records Show)
Breaking Sound Festival
August 29, 1984 Paris France "The Bourget" Rotunda
August 30, 1984

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