Garage Remains the Same Tour

Garage Remains The Same Tour
Tour by Metallica
Associated album Garage Inc.
Start date November 17, 1998
End date December 8, 1999
Legs 5
No. of shows 58
Metallica concert chronology

The Garage Remains The Same Tour was a 1998 to 1999 concert tour by the band Metallica, supporting the cover album Garage Inc.. It had three legs, one in Latin America, one in Europe, one consisting in the Woodstock '99 concert, in USA and a final one with two concerts with orchestra. The name comes from the album Garage Inc. and Led Zeppelin's The Song Remains the Same. Similar references to others bands' album titles can be found in the booklet of Garage Inc. During the tour, Metallica plays two live concerts similar to the one released in S&M, one in Germany with Babelsberger Filmorchester on November 19; and one at the Madison Square Garden, New York City, with the Orchestra of St. Luke's on November 23.

Typical setlist

(Taken from the Porto Alegre, Brazil Jockey Club on May 6, 1999)

  1. "Breadfan" (originally performed by Budgie)
  2. "Master of Puppets"
  3. "Of Wolf and Man"
  4. "The Thing That Should Not Be"
  5. "Fuel"
  6. "The Memory Remains"
  7. "Bleeding Me"
  8. Bass/Guitar Doodle
  9. "The Four Horsemen"
  10. "For Whom the Bell Tolls"
  11. "King Nothing"
  12. "Wherever I May Roam"
  13. "One"
  14. "Fight Fire with Fire"
  15. "Nothing Else Matters"
  16. "Sad but True"
  17. "Creeping Death"
  18. "Die, Die My Darling" (Originally performed by the Misfits)
  19. "Enter Sandman"
  20. "Battery"

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue
Garage Inc. Promo Tour
November 17, 1998TorontoCanadaThe Warehouse
November 19, 1998ChicagoUnited StatesAragon Ballroom
November 20, 1998DetroitState Theatre
November 23, 1998PhiladelphiaElectric Factory
November 24, 1998New York CityRoseland Ballroom
Latin American Tour
April 30, 1999Mexico CityMexicoForo Sol
May 2, 1999BogotáColombiaSimón Bolívar Park
May 4, 1999CaracasVenezuelaPoliedro de Caracas
May 6, 1999Porto AlegreBrazilJockey Club
May 8, 1999São PauloAnhembi Parque
May 9, 1999Rio de JaneiroEstádio da Gávea
May 12, 1999SantiagoChileEstadio de Atletismo Mario Recordón
May 14, 1999Buenos AiresArgentinaEstadio de River Plate
European Tour
May 21, 1999NurembergGermanyRock im Park
May 22, 1999NürburgringRock am Ring
May 23, 1999MierloNetherlandsDynamo Open Air
May 25, 1999PragueCzech RepublicStadion Evžena Rošického
May 26, 1999BerlinGermanyWaldbühne
May 28, 1999StockholmSwedenGlobe Arena
May 29, 1999OsloNorwayOslo Spektrum
June 1, 1999WarsawPolandStadion Gwardia
June 3, 1999BudapestHungaryMTK Stadion
June 5, 1999MilanItalyGods of Metal
June 7, 1999LjubljanaSloveniaBežigrad Stadium
June 9, 1999BucharestRomaniaStadionul Național
June 11, 1999PlovdivBulgariaPlovdiv Stadium
June 12, 1999AthensGreeceRizoupoli Stadium
June 13, 1999IstanbulTurkeyAli Sami Yen Stadium
June 19, 1999Irvine, CaliforniaUnited StatesIrvine Meadows
June 25, 1999St. GallenSwitzerlandSt. Gallen Open Air Festival
June 26, 1999MindenGermanyWeserufer
June 27, 1999KievUkraineNSC Olimpiysky
June 29, 1999TallinnEstoniaSong Festival Grounds
July 1, 1999RoskildeDenmarkRoskilde Festival
July 2, 1999TurkuFinlandRuisrock
July 3, 1999WerchterBelgiumRock Werchter
July 5, 1999DublinIrelandPoint Theatre
July 7, 1999ParisFrancePalais Omnisports Bercy
July 8, 1999BelfortLake Malsaucy Peninsula
July 10, 1999Milton KeynesEnglandNational Bowl
July 12, 1999BarcelonaSpainPalau Sant Jordi
July 15, 1999MadridParque El Soto
July 16, 1999OeirasPortugalEstádio Nacional
July 18, 1999VigoSpainParque de Castrelos
July 20, 1999Rishon LeZionIsraelAmphiPark
Woodstock '99
July 24, 1999Rome, New YorkUnited StatesWoodstock 1999
With Orchestra
November 19, 1999BerlinGermanyVelodrom
November 23, 1999New York CityUnited StatesMadison Square Garden


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