Fresh off a sprawling 2023 headlining tour, Pantera is doing it all over again next year.
While out and about, Phil Anselmo, Rex Brown, Zakk Wylde and Anthrax’s Charlie Benante will hit the Big Apple to melt faces at New York City’s Madison Square Garden on Thursday, Feb. 22.
In their Instagram tour announcement, the group shared that this tour is “for the fans. For the brothers,” which likely refers to the late Dimebag Darrell and Vinnie Paul who passed in 2004 and 2018, respectively.
And if you want to pay your respects by thrashing along with “Walk,” “Cowboys From Hell,” “Cemetery Gates,” “I’m Broken,” “Dominion” and and so many more heavy classics live, you can pick your tickets up for all shows as soon as today.
Although inventory isn’t available on Ticketmaster until Friday, Nov. 17, fans who want to ensure they have tickets ahead of time can purchase on sites like Vivid Seats before tickets are officially on sale.
Vivid Seats is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.
They have a 100% buyer guarantee that states your transaction will be safe and secure and will be delivered before the event.
Pantera 2024 tour schedule
A complete calendar including all February North American tour dates, venues and links to buy tickets can be found below.
Metallica’s ‘M72 Tour’
Prefer to see Pantera open for Metallica next year?
Here’s a quick look at how you can grab single or multi-day passes to see Pantera with Metallica next year.
Pantera set list
As noted above, Pantera toured all over the country this year.
Based on our findings at Set List FM, here’s what they took to the stage at most shows:
01.) “A New Level”
02.) “Mouth for War”
03.) “Strength Beyond Strength”
05.) “I’m Broken”
06.) “Suicide Note Pt. II”
07.) “5 Minutes Alone”
08.) “This Love”
09.) “F—ing Hostile”
10.) “Cemetery Gates”
11.) “Planet Caravan” (Black Sabbath cover)
13.) “Domination / Hollow”
14.) “Cowboys From Hell”
16.) “Yesterday Don’t Mean S—“
Lamb of God
At all February shows, Pantera will be joined by heavy metal icons Lamb of God.
The band, which formed way back in 1994, has released eleven albums since their inception — two of which were under their previous name Burn The Priest.
If you want to take a gander into their vast discography, you can find their entire catalog here.
Heavy metal stars on tour in 2023
Although no tour this year will rock quite like Pantera’s (or Metallica’s), many of the biggest names in metal will be on the road these next few months.
Here are just five tours that should turn the volume up all the way up to 11 in the near future.