Legacy of the Beast World Tour

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Legacy of the Beast World Tour
World tour by Iron Maiden
Legacy of the Beast Tour Poster.jpg
Official tour poster
LocationEurope, North America, South America, Asia & Oceania
Start date26 May 2018
End date31 July 2022
No. of shows103
Iron Maiden concert chronology

The Legacy of the Beast World Tour is an ongoing concert tour by Iron Maiden, named after the comic and mobile game released by the band in 2017. Described as a "history/hits tour", Iron Maiden manager Rod Smallwood has revealed that the concerts and stage design will feature "a number of different but interlocking ‘worlds’ with a setlist covering a large selection of 80s material with a handful of surprises from later albums." [1]

Contents

The Legacy of the Beast Tour production and set list were inspired by Maiden's free-to-play mobile game of the same name is available on iOS and Android. The first leg, consisting of 38 European dates in 2018, was announced on 13 November 2017. [2] The tour was extended into 2019 with North and South American dates [1] and again into 2020 with Dates in Australia, New Zealand, Asia (Featuring their first ever show in The Philippines) and another run in Europe.

In March it was announced that the 2020 Oceania, Download Festival, and The Philippines shows were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In April 2020, it was announced that Japan, Copenhell festival in Copenhagen, Graspop Metal Meeting in Belgium, the show in Wiener Neustadt, Austria, Germany, Paris, Tons of Rock, and Dubai were cancelled and next - postponed to 2021. In April 2021 it was announced that whole 2021 tour was cancelled once again and most of the European shows were rescheduled for 2022. [3]

Support Acts

2018

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2019

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2022

Tour dates

DateCityCountryVenue
Europe
26 May 2018 Tallinn Estonia Saku Arena
28 May 2018 Helsinki Finland Hartwall Arena
29 May 2018
1 June 2018 Stockholm Sweden Tele2 Arena
3 June 2018 [A] Trondheim Norway Dahls Arena
5 June 2018 Copenhagen Denmark Royal Arena
7 June 2018 [B] Norje Sweden Sweden Rock Festival
9 June 2018 [C] Munich Germany Königsplatz
10 June 2018 Hanover Expo Plaza
13 June 2018 Berlin Waldbühne
16 June 2018 [D] Florence Italy Visarno Arena
17 June 2018 [E] Nickelsdorf Austria Pannonia Fields II
20 June 2018 Prague Czech Republic Letňany Airport
22 June 2018 [F] Dessel Belgium Festivalpark Stenehei
24 June 2018 [G] Clisson France Hellfest
26 June 2018 Geneva Switzerland SEG Geneva Arena
28 June 2018 [H] Sopron Hungary Lővér Camping Site
30 June 2018 Freiburg Germany Messe
1 July 2018 Arnhem Netherlands GelreDome
5 July 2018 Paris France AccorHotels Arena
6 July 2018
9 July 2018 Milan ItalySan Siro Ippodromo
10 July 2018 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
13 July 2018 Lisbon Portugal Altice Arena
14 July 2018 Madrid Spain Wanda Metropolitano
17 July 2018 Trieste Italy Piazza Unità d'Italia
20 July 2018 [I] Athens Greece Terra Vibe Park
22 July 2018 [J] Plovdiv Bulgaria Plovdiv Stadium
24 July 2018 Zagreb Croatia Arena Zagreb
27 July 2018 Kraków Poland Tauron Arena
28 July 2018
31 July 2018 Newcastle England Metro Radio Arena
2 August 2018 Belfast Northern Ireland SSE Arena
4 August 2018 Aberdeen Scotland Exhibition and Conference Centre
6 August 2018 Manchester England Manchester Arena
7 August 2018 Birmingham Genting Arena
10 August 2018 London The O2 Arena
11 August 2018
North America
18 July 2019 Sunrise United States BB&T Center
20 July 2019 Atlanta Cellairis Amphitheatre
22 July 2019 Charlotte PNC Music Pavilion
24 July 2019 Bristow Jiffy Lube Live
26 July 2019 Brooklyn Barclays Center
27 July 2019
30 July 2019 Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center
1 August 2019 Mansfield Xfinity Center
3 August 2019 Hartford Xfinity Theatre
5 August 2019 Montreal Canada Bell Centre
7 August 2019 Quebec City Videotron Centre
9 August 2019 Toronto Budweiser Stage
10 August 2019
13 August 2019 Buffalo United States KeyBank Center
15 August 2019 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center
17 August 2019 Pittsburgh PPG Paints Arena
19 August 2019 Nashville Bridgestone Arena
22 August 2019 Tinley Park Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
24 August 2019 Noblesville Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center
26 August 2019 Saint Paul Xcel Energy Center
28 August 2019 Winnipeg Canada Bell MTS Place
30 August 2019 Edmonton Rogers Place
31 August 2019 Calgary Scotiabank Saddledome
3 September 2019 Vancouver Rogers Arena
5 September 2019 Tacoma United States Tacoma Dome
6 September 2019 Portland Moda Center
9 September 2019 Sacramento Golden 1 Center
10 September 2019 Oakland Oakland Arena
13 September 2019 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena
14 September 2019 Los Angeles Banc of California Stadium
17 September 2019 Phoenix Talking Stick Resort Arena
19 September 2019 Albuquerque Isleta Amphitheater
21 September 2019 Dallas Dos Equis Pavilion
22 September 2019 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
25 September 2019 San Antonio AT&T Center
27 September 2019 Mexico City Mexico Palacio de los Deportes
29 September 2019
30 September 2019
South America
4 October 2019 [K] Rio de Janeiro Brazil City of Rock
6 October 2019 São Paulo Estádio do Morumbi
9 October 2019 Porto Alegre Arena do Grêmio
12 October 2019 Buenos Aires Argentina José Amalfitani Stadium
14 October 2019 Santiago Chile Movistar Arena
15 October 2019 Estadio Nacional
Europe
4 June 2022 [M] Hyvinkää Finland Hyvinkää Airfield
11 June 2022 [N] Castle Donington England Donington Park
13 June 2022 [O] BelfastNorth Ireland Ormeau Park
16 June 2022 [F] DesselBelgiumFestivalpark Stenehei
18 June 2022 [P] CopenhagenDenmark Refshaleøen
20 June 2022PragueCzech Republic Sinobo Stadium
23 June 2022 [R] Oslo Norway Ekebergsletta
26 June 2022ParisFrance Paris La Défense Stadium
27 June 2022ArnhemNetherlands GelreDome
30 June 2022ZurichSwitzerland Hallenstadion
2 July 2022 Köln Germany RheinEnergieStadion
4 July 2022BerlinWaldbühne
7 July 2022 Bologna Italy Arena Parco Nord
9 July 2022 Stuttgart Germany Cannstatter Wasen
10 July 2022 Wiener Neustadt AustriaNeustadt Stadion
16 July 2022 [S] AthensGreece Olympic Stadium of Athens
20 July 2022 Bremen GermanyBuergerweide
22 July 2022 Gothenburg Sweden Ullevi Stadiun
24 July 2022 Warsaw Poland PGE National Stadium
26 July 2022 Frankfurt Germany Deutsche Bank Park
29 July 2022 Barcelona Spain Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys
31 July 2022LisbonPortugal Estádio Nacional
Festival performances
A This concert was a part of "Trondheim Rocks"
B This concert was a part of "Sweden Rock Festival"
C This concert was a part of "Rockavaria"
D This concert was a part of "Firenze Rocks"
E This concert was a part of "Nova Rock Festival"
F This concert was a part of "Graspop Metal Meeting"
G This concert was a part of "Hellfest"
H This concert was a part of "VOLT Festival"
I This concert was a part of "Rockwave Festival"
J This concert was a part of "Hills of Rock"
K This concert is a part of "Rock in Rio"
L This concert is a part of "Pulp Summer Slam: Judgement Day"
M This concert is a part of "Rockfest Finland"
N This concert is a part of "Download Festival"
O This concert is a part of "Belsonic"
P This concert is a part of "Copenhell"
R This concert is a part of "Tons of Rock"
S This concert is a part of "Athens Rocks"

Cancelled/Postponed shows

DateCityCountryVenue
Oceania
1 May 2020 Perth Australia RAC Arena
3 May 2020 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre
5 May 2020 Brisbane Brisbane Entertainment Centre
7 May 2020 Sydney Qudos Bank Arena
9 May 2020 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
11 May 2020
13 May 2020 Auckland New Zealand Spark Arena
Asia
30 May 2020 Tel Aviv Israel Bloomfield Stadium
16 May 2020 [L] Manila Philippines Pulp Summer Slam
19 May 2020 Yokohama Japan Pia Arena MM
20 May 2020
22 May 2020 Osaka EDION Arena
27 May 2020 Dubai United Arab Emirates Coca-Cola Arena
Europe 2020
5 June 2020 [M] Tampere FinlandSärkänniemi Event Beach
9 June 2020 Bremen GermanyBürgerweide
10 June 2020 Köln Müngersdorfer Stadion
13 June 2020 [N] Castle Donington England Donington Park
15 June 2020 [O] Belfast N.Ireland Ormeau Park
18 June 2020 [F] DesselBelgiumFestivalpark Stenehei
20 June 2020 [P] CopenhagenDenmark Refshaleøen, Copenhagen
23 June 2020BerlinGermanyWaldbühne
25 June 2020 [R] OsloNorway Ekebergsletta
27 June 2020 Gothenburg Sweden Ullevi Stadium
30 June 2020 Saint-Petersburg Russia Ice Palace
2 July 2020 Moscow VTB Dynamo Moscow Stadium
5 July 2020 Warsaw Poland PGE Narodowy
7 July 2020PragueCzech Republic Sinobo Stadium
9 July 2020 Weert NetherlandsEvenemententerrein Weert
11 July 2020ParisFrance Paris La Defense Arena
13 July 2020ZürichSwitzerlandHallenstadion
16 July 2020 Wiener Neustadt AustriaWiener Neustadt Arena
18 July 2020 Stuttgart Germany Mercedes-Benz Arena
20 July 2020 Bologna Italy Arena Parco Nord - Sonic Park
23 July 2020LisbonPortugal Estádio Nacional
25 July 2020 Barcelona Spain Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys
Europe 2021
5 June 2021 Basel Switzerland St. Jakobshalle
7 June 2021 Zagreb Croatia Arena Zagreb
9 June 2021 Budapest Hungary Groupama Arena
11 June 2021 Warsaw Poland PGE Narodowy
13 June 2021 Bremen GermanyBürgerweide
15 June 2021PragueCzech Republic Sinobo Stadium
16 June 2021 Wiener Neustadt AustriaWiener Neustadt Arena
19 June 2021 Barcelona Spain Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys
21 June 2021LisbonPortugal Estádio Nacional
24 June 2021 Bologna Italy Arena Parco Nord - Sonic Park
26 June 2021 Stuttgart Germany Mercedes-Benz Arena
27 June 2021 Antwerp Belgium Sportpaleis
30 June 2021BerlinGermanyWaldbühne
3 July 2021 Gothenburg Sweden Ullevi Stadium
6 July 2021 Frankfurt Germany Deutsche Bank Park
8 July 2021 Köln Germany RheinEnergieStadion
10 July 2021ArnhemNetherlandsGelreDome
11 July 2021ParisFrance Paris La Defense Arena

Box office score data

VenueCityTickets sold / availableGross revenue (USD)
Saku SuurhallTallinn8,284 / 8,284 (100%)$544,989 [6]
Hartwall Arena [1] Helsinki20,344 / 20,344 (100%)$2,072,080 [6]
Tele2 ArenaStockholm37,221 / 37,221 (100%)$2,926,064 [6]
Royal ArenaCopenhagen15,184 / 15,184 (100%)$1,394,397 [6]
Expo PlazaHanover21,900 / 21,900 (100%)$1,678,755 [6]
WaldbühneBerlin15,757 / 17,000 (93%)$1,408,961 [6]
Letňany AirportPrague29,763 / 30,000 (100%)$2,314,576 [6]
MesseFreiburg30,000 / 30,000 (100%)$2,311,161 [7]
GelreDomeArnhem20,026 / 23,200 (86%)$1,646,254 [8]
AccorHotels Arena [1] Paris30,794 / 30,794 (100%)$2,189,356 [9]
San Siro IppodromoMilano16,272 / 17,500 (93%)$1,444,708 [10]
Wanda MetropolitanoMadrid48,689 / 48,689 (100%)$4,797,916 [11]
Tauron Arena [1] Kraków30,617 / 30,617 (100%)$2,173,988 [12]
Manchester ArenaManchester14,758 / 14,758 (100%)$1,111,545 [13]
Total
Notes
1 Figures represent two or three performances at the same venue

Setlist

Legacy of the Beast World Tour 2018–2019 Setlist
  1. "Aces High" (from Powerslave , 1984)
  2. "Where Eagles Dare" (from Piece of Mind , 1983)
  3. "2 Minutes to Midnight" (from Powerslave, 1984)
  4. "The Clansman" (from Virtual XI , 1998)
  5. "The Trooper" (from Piece of Mind, 1983)
  6. "Revelations" (from Piece of Mind, 1983)
  7. "For the Greater Good of God" (from A Matter of Life and Death , 2006)
  8. "The Wicker Man" (from Brave New World , 2000)
  9. "Sign of the Cross" (from The X Factor , 1995)
  10. "Flight of Icarus" (from Piece of Mind, 1983)
  11. "Fear of the Dark" (from Fear of the Dark , 1992)
  12. "The Number of the Beast" (from The Number of the Beast , 1982)
  13. "Iron Maiden" (from Iron Maiden , 1980)

Encore

  1. "The Evil That Men Do" (from Seventh Son of a Seventh Son , 1988)
  2. "Hallowed Be Thy Name" (from The Number of the Beast, 1982)
  3. "Run to the Hills" (from The Number of the Beast, 1982)

Notes:

  • The Legacy of the Beast World Tour is the first to feature Blaze Bayley-era material in the band's setlist since the Dance of Death World Tour in 2004, with the inclusion of "Sign of the Cross" and "The Clansman".
  • "Flight of Icarus" returns to the setlist for the first time since the first leg of the Somewhere in Time tour, in 1986, meaning it is the first time the song has been played live since Janick Gers joined the group.
  • "Where Eagles Dare" and "For the Greater Good of God" also return, having last been played on the Eddie Rips Up the World Tour in 2005 and the A Matter of Life and Death tour in 2007, respectively.
  • Adrian Smith played his guitar solo in "Revelations" on the opening night in Tallinn, for the first time since World Slavery Tour (Janick Gers played his part since he rejoined in 1999). Gers took it over again on the second night in Helsinki, but Smith however, played the solo on the next gig. They change each concert (they have never used this pattern before).

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