The show is the latest in the band's on-going series of 'Metallica Mondays' archival trawls.
The latest vintage show to stream, recorded at The Metro in Chicago in 1983, was part of the band's first ever US tour, supporting Raven.
A song about the destruction of the environment, 'Blackened' originally featured on the band's 1988 album '...And Justice For All.'
Charities set to benefit include Feeding America, which partners with food banks around the US and Crew Nation, Live Nation's initiative to provide relief to touring and venue crews.
Lars Ulrich says, “I can tell you that all four of us are really excited about what that could look like."
Both titles are set for release through Craft Recordings on 5 June.
The band said, "How about we dive back into a few of our favourite shows at a socially responsible distance?"
The band say members will be able to get their hands on “rare cuts, demos, rough mixes and live rarities."
The band’s All Within My Hands Foundation & American Association Of Community Colleges will distribute $1.5 million To 15 US schools.
In response, the group wrote on Twitter: "Unreal! Thanks to the most dedicated fans in the world... you all are incredible!"
James Hetfield previously told Kerrang!: “I was pretty distraught when Lemmy passed. My vision of him was as a statue of a man that was immortal."
The film will now be returning for one more night in cinemas worldwide on 30 October.
The final donation came on 25 August, when the band donated a €63,000 cheque to Freezone Mannheim, a German homeless youth aid group.
‘Ride The Lightning’ injected a new sense of excitement into the stagnant scene of the early 80s and changed thrash metal forever.
It's become a tradition for Metallica to pay tribute to artists who come from the cities or the countries they are playing in.