Kirk Hammett and Robert Trujillo's side project, the "Wedding Band," will perform a show at South Carolina's Columbia venue the Senate on March 8.

Joining the legendary Metallica members at the event are Ugly Kid Joe vocalist Whitfield Crane, Bad Wolves guitarist Doc Coyle, Queens of the Stone Age / The Mars Volta drummer Jon Theodore and guest singer Bobby Patterson.

Tickets for the show range from $29.50 to $300, with the VIP selection including a meet & greet with Hammett, as well as a T-shirt, a print and other memorabilia. All ages are welcome. Tickets go on sale this Friday, Feb. 14 at 10am EST — get yours here.

The Wedding Band's most recent show took place in July of last year, when the supergroup performed a solid set of classic rock songs by Black Sabbath, AC/DC and more.

Last year, Hammett spoke with Cosmo Music about the side project. "It's primarily a way for Rob and I just to jam out," he said. "We love to jam, we love playing with people, we love to play funk. It's become a little bit of an outlet for us, but it's nothing really serious or anything like that. We're really open to anyone coming and playing with us."

For a full dose of Metallica live, check out the five festivals they'll be headlining later this year.

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