Iron Maiden will return in 2019 with the Legacy of the Beast Tour. The band called the tour “the greatest production of all” and new tour dates were announced.
“We will take our fans to different worlds and experiences in each song,” Bruce Dickinson said in a statement. “It’s not easy to create different worlds on stage and we put in a lot of giant work to make it work. The result will be the most spectacular and certainly the most complex show we have ever done. ”
Dickinson continued, “We’ll have all sorts of crazy things going on. This includes a replica of the Spitfire aircraft during ‘Aces High’, tons of pyrotechnics, a giant Icarus, muskets, swords and a flare launcher. With which I will have a lot of fun, see. And of course, we’ll have Eddie, as we’ve never seen before, and several other surprises. I had the best moments of my life playing with these props on stage. It’s being fantastic, we cannot wait to bring this show to you! ”
Bassist Steve Harris said it will be “a strong, well-balanced set with songs we have not played for many years. Like ‘Flight Of Icarus’, ‘Sign Of The Cross’ and ‘The Clansman’. With tracks we know fans want to hear like ‘The Trooper,’ ‘2 Minutes To Midnight,’ ‘The Number Of The Beast,’ ” Fear Of The Dark, ” Run To The Hills, ” Hallowed Be Thy Name ‘ and others.”
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