Iron Maiden announces 2024 North American tour dates

Iron Maiden will continue on the road in 2024 and after announcing concerts in Australia, New Zealand and Japan, the first North American dates were revealed. The band will perform in the United States and Canada in October and November, 2024. They also announced one concert in Chile in November.

The band’s founder, bassist and main songwriter Steve Harris talked about the tour, saying: “We’re really excited to be bringing ‘The Future Past Tour’ back to Canada and the United States next year.”

“We know from the reaction of our fans at Power Trip and the shows we played in Canada recently that they really enjoyed hearing new songs from both ‘Senjutsu’ and ‘Somewhere In Time’, and we’ve really enjoyed playing them!”

“So it’s going to be a great experience for us to visit many other cities across North America and bring this new show to those fans who’ve waited patiently to see it. See you all in 2024!” Steve Harris said.

Their most recent album “Senjutsu” was released in 2021 and their current tour is called “The Future Past”, being a mix of new tracks and classic songs. Since 1999, the band’s line-up has Bruce Dickinson (Vocals), Steve Harris (Bass), Nicko McBrain (Drums), Janick Gers (Guitar), Adrian Smith (Guitar) and Dave Murray (Guitar).

Iron Maiden announces 2024 North American tour dates

October

  • 4 – North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre, San Diego, CA
  • 5 – Michelob ULTRA Arena, Las Vegas, NV
  • 8 – Kia Forum, Los Angeles, CA
  • 12 – Aftershock Festival, Sacramento, CA
  • 14 – MODA Center, Portland, OR
  • 16 – Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, WA
  • 18 – Delta Center, Salt Lake City, UT
  • 19 – Ball Arena, Denver, CO
  • 22 – Xcel Energy Center, St Paul, MN
  • 24 – Allstate Arena, Rosemont, IL
  • 26 – Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON
  • 27 – Videotron Centre, Quebec, QC
  • 30 – Centre Bell, Montreal, QC

November

  • 1 – Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA
  • 2 – Barclays Center, Brooklyn, NY
  • 6 – DCU Center, Worcester, MA
  • 8 – PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh, PA
  • 9 – Prudential Center, Newark, NJ
  • 12 – CFG Bank Arena, Baltimore, MD
  • 13 – Spectrum Center, Charlotte, NC
  • 16 – Dickies Arena, Fort Worth, TX
  • 17 – Frost Bank Center (formerly AT&T Center),San Antonio, TX
  • 27 – Estadio Nacional, Santiago, CHILE

Next year the band’s vocalist will also be on the road on his own promoting his new album called “The Mandrake Project”.

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