Iron Maiden‘s Legacy of the Beast tour will enter its third year in 2020.
The band has announced 33 more shows around the world that will take place next spring and summer.
They’ll begin May 1 at the RAC Arena in Perth, Australia. Over the next 11 weeks they’ll play shows in New Zealand, Asia and Europe — including a pair of U.K. festival dates — before wrapping up the leg on July 25 in Barcelona’s Olympic Stadium.
You can see the complete tour calendar and a promotional video below. Detailed ticketing information is available at the band’s website.
The first leg of the Legacy of the Beast tour took place across Europe during summer 2018 and then played 34 nights across North America earlier this year, followed by dates in Mexico and South America.
The shows’ set list spans Iron Maiden’s entire career, including songs from the period when Blaze Bayley fronted them. The production includes a large-scale World War II Spitfire fighter plane, as well as singer Bruce Dickinson wielding a flamethrower.
“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,” Dickinson said in a statement. “The whole band has been having such fun. We’re really excited to bring this production to Australia, New Zealand, Japan, the Philippines, Israel and Dubai, and to come back to Europe and reach even more of our fans there.”
Iron Maiden ‘Legacy of the Beast’ 2020 Tour
05/01 – Perth, Australia @ RAC Arena
05/03 – Adelaide, Australia @ Entertainment Centre
05/05 – Brisbane, Australia @ Entertainment Centre
05/07 – Sydney, Australia @ Qudos Bank Arena
05/11 – Melbourne, Australia @ Rod Laver Arena
05/13 – Auckland, New Zealand @ Spark Arena
05/16 – Manila, Philippines @ Pulp Summer Slam
05/19 – Tokyo, Japan @ Pia Arena MM
05/20 – Tokyo, Japan @ Pia Arena MM
05/22 – Osaka, Japan (venue TBA)
05/27 – Dubai, UAE @ Coca-Cola Arena
05/30 – Tel Aviv, Israel @ Bloomfield Stadium
06/05-07 – Tampere, Finland @ Rockfest
06/09 – Bremen, Germany @ Buergerweide
06/10 – Cologne, Germany @ Rhein-Energie-Stadium
06/13 – Donington, UK @ Download Festival
06/15 – Belfast, UK @ Belsonic Festival
06/18 – Dessel, Belgium @ Graspop Metal Meeting
06/20 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Copenhell
06/23 – Berlin, Germany @ Waldbuehne
06/25 – Oslo, Norway @ Tons Of Rock
06/27 – Gothenburg, Sweden @ Ullevi Stadium
06/30 – St Petersburg, Russia @ Ice Palace
07/02 – Moscow, Russia @ VTB Arena Dynamo Central Stadium
07/05 – Warsaw, Poland @ PGE Narodowy
07/07 – Prague, Czech Republic @ Sinobo Stadium
07/09 – Weert, Holland @ Evenemententerrein
07/11 – Paris, France @ Paris La Defense Arena
07/16 – Wiener, Austria @ Neustadt Stadium
07/18 – Stuttgart, Germany @ Mercedes-Benz Arena
07/20 – Bologna, Italy @ Sonic Park
07/23 – Lisbon, Portugal @ Estadio Nacional
07/25 – Barcelona, Spain @ Olympic Stadium