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John Travolta hobnobbed with the guys in Pantera at the metal band’s gig supporting Metallica on Friday (August 25th) at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California. The movie star was among a bevy of celebs who made their way backstage, including fellow actor Jason Momoa (who also joined the mosh pit) and Mötley Crüe members Tommy Lee and John 5.
Pantera posted a gallery of backstage pics on Instagram (see below), showing Travolta engaged in conversation with singer Philip Anselmo and others. Other pics show the band greeting Momoa and the Mötley Crüe members.
Current Pantera drummer Charlie Benante also posted his own pics in which he’s chatting up Travolta, and hanging out with Momoa and other celebs.
Travolta is no stranger to the hard rock and metal scene, having starred in the film The Fanatic, directed by Fred Durst. In fact, he once impressed Consequence with his knowledge of Limp Bizkit’s music.
Meanwhile, Pantera performed their own headlining show in Chula Vista, California, on Saturday (August 26th), where Anthrax’s Scott Ian and his son Revel, along with Lamb of God members Randy Blythe and Art Cruz, made their way onstage to help the band perform “Walk.”
See pics of Pantera hanging out with John Travolta and other celebs below, followed by the performance of “Walk” featuring Scott Ian and company. Pick up tickets to Pantera’s upcoming headlining shows and dates supporting Metallica here.
Jason Momoa moshing at a Pantera concert. pic.twitter.com/aLLOJZpGEn
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