Iron Maiden are back with their 15th studio album “The Final Frontier,” the long-awaited follow-up to 2006’s “A Matter of Life and Death” and an extensive UK arena tour, bringing to a close their mammoth “Final Frontier World Tour 2010/2011.”
See Iron Maiden live in the UK between July and August at Glasgow SECC (20th July), Aberdeen AECC P&J Arena (21st July), Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (23rd July), Sheffield Motorpoint Arena (24th July), Nottingham Trent FM Arena (27th July), Manchester MEN Arena (28th July), Birmingham NIA (31st July), Cardiff CIA Arena (1st August), Belfast Odyssey (3rd August) and the band closes the “Final Frontier World Tour” at London O2 Arena (5th August).
These dates are Iron Maiden’s first own UK live headline dates in almost 5 years. The band is taking their stadium production into arenas in the UK, promising a spectacular light and sound production with sets including songs off “The Final Frontier” album, as well as Iron Maiden classics and fan-favourites.
When the “Final Frontier World Tour” hits our shores, Iron Maiden return to their home country after having visited 13 countries and travelled 50,000 miles around the globe in “Ed Force One,” the band’s own jet for band and crew with Iron Maiden lead singer Bruce Dickenson often flying the plane himself.
Don’t miss out on Iron Maiden tickets for the UK dates of the “Final Frontier World Tour.” See the Iron Maiden live!
Iron Maiden tickets Glasgow SECC (20th July)
Iron Maiden tickets Aberdeen AECC & Arena (21st July)
Iron Maiden tickets Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (23rd July)
Iron Maiden tickets Sheffield Motorpoint Arena (24th July)
Iron Maiden tickets Nottingham Trent FM Arena (27th July)
Iron Maiden tickets Manchester MEN Arena (28th July)
Iron Maiden tickets Birmingham NIA (31st July)
Iron Maiden tickets Cardiff CIA Arena (1st August)
Iron Maiden tickets Belfast Odyssey (3rd August)
Iron Maiden tickets London O2 Arena (5th August)
The band formed in 1975 and became one of the leading acts of the “New Wave of British Heavy Metal” scene that swept the world in the late 1970’s to early 80’s alongside bands such as Saxon, Motörhead, Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin.
Iron Maiden scored a couple of genre-defining albums, such as “The Number of the Beast” and “Seventh Son of a Seventh Son.”
Iron Maiden’s current line-up includes Bruce Dickinson, Dave Murray, Adrian Smith, Janick Gers, Steve Harris and Nicko McBrain.