Iron Maiden, much like many other bands right now, are moving their European tour dates back to 2022. The Legacy Of The Beast tour will now begin on June 4, 2022 in Finland and run until July when it all wraps up in Portugal. These dates include headlining festivals, such as the Graspop Metal Meeting in Belgium.
"Naturally, the band are hugely disappointed — a second summer without touring, especially with this very special 'Legacy' show, is very hard to take," said Iron Maiden manager Rod Smallwood. "They send their best wishes to you all, knowing full well you fans will feel the same. As we all know, realistically there is no alternative, so we will all make the best of it and spend the time preparing for a very memorable and even more spectacular 'Legacy' tour next year, we promise! Until then, keep safe and keep smart."
Maybe when these dates roll around, Iron Maiden will have a new album out? All we know at the moment is that the band is up to some "very, very exciting things".
June 04 – Finland Hyvinkää Rockfest
June 11 – UK Donington Download Festival
June 13 – Northern Ireland Belfast Ormeau Park Belsonic Festival*
June 16 – Belgium, Dessel Graspop Metal Meeting
June 18 – Denmark, Copenhagen, Copenhell
June 20 – Czech Republic Prague Sinobo Stadium (rescheduled from June 15, 2021)
June 23 – Norway Oslo Tons Of Rock
June 26 – France Paris La Defense Arena (rescheduled from July 11, 2021)
June 27 – Netherlands Arnhem Gelredome (rescheduled from July 10, 2021)*
June 30 – Switzerland Zurich Hallenstadion *
July 02 – Germany Cologne Rhein-Energie-Stadium (rescheduled from July 8, 2021)
July 04 – Germany Berlin Waldbühne (rescheduled from June 30, 2021)
July 07 – Italy Bologna Sonic Park (rescheduled from June 24, 2021)
July 09 – Germany Stuttgart Cannstatter Wasen (rescheduled from Mercedes-Benz Arena June 26, 2021)
July 10 – Austria Wiener Neustadt Stadium Open-Air (rescheduled from June 16, 2021)
July 20 – Germany Bremen Bürgerweide (rescheduled from June 13, 2021)
July 22 – Sweden Gothenburg Ullevi Stadium (rescheduled from July 3, 2021)
July 24 – Poland Warsaw PGE Narodowy (rescheduled from June 11, 2021)
July 26 – Germany Frankfurt Deutsche Bank Park (rescheduled from July 6, 2021)*
July 29 – Spain Barcelona Olympic Stadium (rescheduled from June 19, 2021)
July 31 – Portugal Lisbon Estadio Nacional (rescheduled from June 21, 2021)