Iron Maiden Announce Spring and Summer 2020 Legacy of the Beast Tour Dates

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If you haven’t seen it already, Iron Maiden’s Legacy of the Beast tour is something to behold, a proper celebration and culmination of the NWOBHM’s classic music and epic stage show. Inspired by Maiden’s mobile game and comic book of the same name, the tour features set design encompassing a number of different, interlocking “worlds” and a set list covering a wide swath of Eighties essentials plus a few fan favorites from later albums. The band has just announced nearly three dozen new shows in the tour for next spring and summer — so now you have no excuse if you’ve missed the action so far.

Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson said in a statement, “We’ve had a fantastic time on the ‘Legacy’ tour so far, and the reaction everywhere to the stage show and all the crazy props (and Eddie!) I get to play with has been phenomenal. The whole band has been having such fun, we’re really excited to bring this production back out on the road next year.” See the full itinerary below.

Iron Maiden 2020 tour dates:
May 01 – Perth, Australia, RAC Arena (w/ Killswitch Engage)
May 03 – Adelaide, Australia, Entertainment Centre (w/ Killswitch Engage)
May 05 – Brisbane, Australia, Entertainment Centre (w/ Killswitch Engage)
May 07 – Sydney, Australia, Qudos Bank Arena (w/ Killswitch Engage)
May 11 – Melbourne, Australia, Rod Laver Arena (w/ KKillswitch Engage)
May 13 – Auckland, New Zealand, Spark Arena (w/ Killswitch Engage)
May 16 – Manila, Philippines, Pulp Summer Slam
May 19 – Tokyo, Japan, Pia Arena MM
May 20 – Tokyo, Japan, Pia Arena MM
May 22 – Osaka, Japan, [venue to be confirmed]
May 27 – Dubai, UAE, Coca-Cola Arena
May 30 – Tel Aviv, Israel, Bloomfield Stadium (w/ Orphaned Land)
Jun. 5-7 – Tampere, Finland, Rockfest
Jun. 09 – Bremen, Germany, Buergerweide (w/ Disturbed and Airbourne)
Jun. 10 – Cologne, Germany, Rhein-Energie-Stadium (w/ Airbourne and Lord of the Lost)
Jun. 13 – Donington, UK, Download Festival
Jun. 15 – Belfast, UK, Belsonic Festival
Jun. 18 – Dessel, Belgium, Graspop Metal Meeting
Jun. 20 – Copenhagen, Denmark, Copenhell
Jun. 23 – Berlin, Germany, Waldbuehne (w/ Airbourne and Lord of the Lost)
Jun. 25 – Oslo, Norway, Tons Of Rock
Jun. 27 – Gothenburg, Sweden, Ullevi Stadium (w/ Alter Bridge and Airbourne)
Jun. 30 – St Petersburg, Russia, Ice Palace (w/ Airbourne)
Jul. 02 – Moscow, Russia, VTB Arena Dynamo Central Stadium (w/ Airbourne)
Jul. 05 – Warsaw, Poland, PGE Narodowy (w/ Within Temptation and Lord of the Lost)
Jul. 07 – Prague, Czech Republic, Sinobo Stadium (w/ Airbourne and Lord of the Lost)
Jul. 09 – Weert, Holland, Evenemententerrein (w/ Alter Bridge and Airbourne)
Jul. 11 – Paris, France, Paris La Defense Arena (w/ Airbourne and Avatar)
Jul. 16 – Wiener, Austria, Neustadt Stadium (w/ Airbourne and Lord of the Lost)
Jul. 18 – Stuttgart, Germany, Mercedes-Benz Arena (w/ Airbourne and Lord of the Lost)
Jul. 20 – Bologna, Italy, Sonic Park (w/ Airbourne and Lord of the Lost)
Jul. 23 – Lisbon, Portugal, Estadio Nacional (w/ Within Temptation and Airbourne)
Jul. 25 – Barcelona, Spain, Olympic Stadium (w/ Within Temptation and Airbourne)