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The band gradually climbed to fame with a string of hits and cult fans, before achieving success and mainstream fame with their third album, ‘The Number of the Beast’ in 1982.
Iron Maiden became a world success and went on a marathon 192 date tour in the mid 80s. Then a headline appearance at the biggest-ever Monsters of Rock festival at Donington, playing to 107,000 fans, firmly established them in the metal books of fame.
Biggest hits to date include: ‘Run to the Hills’, ‘The Number of the Beast’ and ‘Bring your Daughter to the Slaughter’. To be the first to hear when more Iron Maiden tickets go on sale you can sign up to the Eventim TicketAlarm below.
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Iron Maidenstars, from 4 Fan reports
cardiff - motorpoint arena
Amazing from ali tom, 22/08/11Iron Maiden rocked. They truly are brilliant and super fit. Brilliant sound in the arena which I thought was surprising as last time I saw them was at Twickenham and thought it couldnt get any better.
Seffield - Motorpoint Arena
Best ever from Butcherboy, 25/07/11Went to see them in Sheffield yesterday. What a fantastic gig!! The lads were really on form. Can`t wait to see them again. Bruce sang brilliantly and the band played spot on. The guitar solos were out of this world.
Aberdeen - AECC
Fantastic!!!! from Paul Christie, 25/07/11Had a fantastic night in Aberdeen, firstly Airbourne took to the stage and performed well, was the first time Id seen them and yes they now have another fan. There was a bit of a break whilst the stage was prepared for Iron Maiden. It began with a long intro and had the crowd screaming for the band to come out front, then from back stage Bruce started with the title track The Final Frontier before his energetic leap onto the stage with the rest of the band. As usual they belted out a mix of new and old classics and the stage setting was awsome, the walk on Eddie was great as was the huge Eddie head set in behind Nicko on drums. Overall the whole event was a sell out success and cant wait for their return.