Metallica will play in Antarctica
The heavy metal band Metallica, is willing to go to the ends of the world to present their music. So much so that the American band plans to do a concert in the Antarctica.
If we say that the heavy metal band Metallica will organize a concert in Argentina, we all seem something more normal. Furthermore, they usually do all groups. But if we add to this news that James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo will play in the argentina part of Antarctica, is it true that we stay frozen?
Metallica has announced from their website who embarks on an event to be organized by Coca-Cola on December 3rd and that only a privileged few will be chosen to enjoy something very special in a unique atmosphere. The stage will be on a space provided for the occasion, in the vicinity of the helipad of the Argentina base Carlini.
If you thought that Metallica plans to break the tranquility of Antarctica and all its inhabitants both human and animal, you are very wrong. These guys have thought of everything. The concert will air on headphones that will take a select group of fans for, well, respect the harmony of the environment. We can see that even the most heavys want the environment is respected. Good for them.
In order to attend this event so special by Coca-Cola, participants will also be special, because can only participate people who live in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica and Mexico. The contest will be held from the 28th of this month until November 22. In order to win one of the seats and get on the cruise with members of Metallica, they must show what they would be willing to do to live this unique experience and share it on the Twitter account of Coca-Cola Zero @CocaColaZeroAr including the hashtag # CocaColaZeroAntartida. It is not seems so difficult, but you have to be extremely fan of this group and having a fantastic imagination for being among the privileged.
The winners will set sail on December 3rd on a cruise that will take them from the port of Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego, heading to Antarctica. It will be an unforgettable ten days journey which culminating point will be a concert in a inhospitable place of Antarctica. For those who are not lucky enough to be there, no problem, also can listen to the show. It will broadcast by streaming from Antarctica on pages www.coca-cola.tv and www.coca-cola.fm.