Iron Maiden European Legacy of the Beast Tour postponed to 2022

Iron Maiden has announced that they have rescheduled the European Legacy of the Beast Tour to the next year because of the pandemic.

Iron Maiden is yet another band to postpone their tour to the next year because of the pandemic restrictions. We have seen many different bands like Rammstein and Rage Against the Machine that rescheduled their tours, and Iron Maiden has now joined in with the rest. Their European Legacy of the Beast Tour, which was planned to take place initially in 2020, then delayed to 2021, is now going to be performed in 2022, if everything goes according to the plan.

Iron Maiden European Legacy of the Beast Tour delayed

The band’s manager Rod Smallwood shared his thoughts about this delay in the official announcement:

“Naturally the band are hugely disappointed, a second summer without touring, especially with this very special Legacy show, is very hard to take. 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.”

All the tickets will stay valid. Fortunately, there are some changes in the venues, as some places that were planned to host 2020’s shows are opening up. You can check the details out from the official announcement. Meanwhile, here are the new tour dates for the rescheduled Iron Maiden European Legacy of the Beast Tour.

Iron Maiden 2022 tour dates

June 04 – Finland Hyvinkää Rockfest
June 11 – UK Donington Download Festival
June 13 – N.Ire Belfast Ormeau Park Belsonic Festival
June 16 – Belgium, Dessel Graspop
June 18 – Denmark, Copenhagen, Copenhell
June 20 – Czech Republic Prague Sinobo Stadium (rescheduled from 15.06.2021)
June 23 – Norway Oslo Tons Of Rock
June 26 – France Paris La Defense Arena (rescheduled from 11.07.21)
June 27 – Netherlands Arnhem Gelredome (rescheduled from 10.07.21)
June 30 – Switzerland Zurich Hallenstadion
July 02 – Germany Cologne Rhein-Energie-Stadium (rescheduled from 08.07.21)
July 04 – Germany Berlin Waldbühne (rescheduled from 30.06.21)
July 07 – Italy Bologna Sonic Park (rescheduled from 24.06.21)
July 09 – Germany Stuttgart Cannstatter Wasen (rescheduled from Mercedes-Benz Arena 26.06.21)
July 10 – Austria Wiener Neustadt Stadium Open-Air (rescheduled from 16.06.21)
July 20 – Germany Bremen Bürgerweide (rescheduled from 13.06.21)
July 22 – Sweden Gothenburg Ullevi Stadium (rescheduled from 03.07.21)
July 24 – Poland Warsaw PGE Narodowy (rescheduled from 11.06.21)
July 26 – Germany Frankfurt Deutsche Bank Park (rescheduled from 06.07.21)*
July 29 – Spain Barcelona Olympic Stadium (rescheduled from 19.06.21)
July 31 – Portugal Lisbon Estadio Nacional (rescheduled from 21.06.21)

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