Jason Momoa Rocks Out at Metallica Concerts, Creates Memorable Moments

by Barbara

Jason Momoa, the charismatic star known for his roles in Aquaman and the Fast X franchise, proved once again that he knows how to let loose and enjoy the music. His recent appearances at Metallica’s concerts in Los Angeles on both Friday and Sunday created a buzz on social media, as photos and videos captured his enthusiastic engagement with the heavy metal spectacle. Momoa’s undeniable passion for music was on full display, making for unforgettable moments that resonated with fans around the world.

In a video that quickly circulated, courtesy of TMZ, Momoa could be seen energetically participating in a mosh pit during Metallica’s performance. His arms were raised high in the air, and he enthusiastically sang along to the music, embodying the sheer joy that music can evoke. Momoa’s genuine connection to the music and the crowd showcased a side of the actor that fans rarely get to see.


The Metallica concerts attracted a constellation of stars, with Momoa being just one of many recognizable faces in the audience. Alongside him were the likes of John Travolta, Mötley Crüe rockers Tommy Lee and John 5, actress Adria Arjona, and Vanderpump Rules star Tom Sandoval. These notable attendees were spotted enjoying the backstage atmosphere of the heavy metal extravaganza, an event that also featured the iconic band Pantera.


Momoa himself took to Instagram to share heartfelt memories from the concerts. In a touching post, he recounted that he had originally planned to attend the shows with his close friend Travis Snyder, who is battling leukemia. Unfortunately, an emergency surgery prevented Snyder from joining, but Momoa ensured his friend’s connection to the music endured. Momoa’s Instagram post included a series of photos and videos capturing the essence of the concerts, along with a collection of screenshots from a FaceTime call between himself, Snyder, and Metallica’s James Hetfield, Kirk Hammett, and Robert Trujillo.


The caption of Momoa’s post conveyed his gratitude and appreciation for the experience: “We had it all set up. I’m so thankful for everyone who made it possible for @thetravissnyder to see @metallica and @panteraofficial with @tommorello. This was a dream for travis and Unfortunately we had some emergency for him last night but he’s good and healing. Still needs your aloha and mana. But im so thankful for @metallica for connecting with him. You guys are the soundtrack to our lives.”

Momoa’s affinity for metal music has been well-documented, and he has openly expressed how it has influenced his artistic journey. He has credited specific songs and albums as inspiration for some of his most iconic roles, including that of Aquaman. In an interview with Metal Hammer in 2018, Momoa emphasized the metal elements in his characters, saying, “Aquaman’s pretty metal. I know no one thinks that, but Aquaman’s metal. I kind of build my characters off of metal songs. Conan was really heavy Pantera, I’d say Aquaman was probably mostly built out of Tool and [Metallica’s debut album] Kill ‘Em All — [Tool’s song] ‘Ticks and Leeches’, if I want to get specific. There’s a lot of [Black] Sabbath in there, too.”

Momoa’s unabashed embrace of his love for metal music, coupled with his genuine interactions with fans and fellow musicians, solidifies his place as a cherished figure in both the entertainment and music worlds. His presence at the Metallica concerts not only highlighted his fervent passion but also reinforced the universal power of music to unite and uplift. As Momoa continues to captivate audiences on the screen, his genuine enthusiasm for music reminds us all of the connective and transformative potential of art.


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