Iron Maiden Set Flight For Australia In May

Subscribe to Forte Magazine

Iron Maiden Set Flight For Australia In May

Talk about an entrance, Iron Maiden have just announced the details to their Australian tour in May which they will arrive for on their enormous Boeing 747-400 jumbo jet Ed Force One, piloted by vocalist Bruce Dickinson and carrying band, crew and stage production and equipment.
The band haven’t played in Australia since 2011 and are set for a performance at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne on May 9. Tickets are on sale at 9am on September 24 via Ticketek.
“Of course we haven’t decided on the set list as yet and won’t until we start rehearsing but we really look forward to playing a number of new songs live, especially as the recording was so much live. However, as it’s been a while since we saw you all, I am sure we will include plenty of older fan favourites too. I think the fans will be delighted by what we have in mind. We are also in the middle of creating the new show and rest assured we are working hard to bring you all something spectacular, something with a lot of heart!!! You certainly deserve it for your patience,” says vocalist Bruce Dickinson.