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US News Heavy Metal Band Iron Maiden plays only 2022 in Germany

23:25  13 april  2021
23:25  13 april  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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fans of Iron Maiden ( "Run to the Hills" ) must practice patience. As the British Heavy Metal band announced on Tuesday (13 April), their Europe tour "Legacy of the Beast" will not take place as planned in the summer of this year. The reason is the continued restrictions due to the Corona Pandemic. The dates in June and July will be postponed to the year 2022. All tickets keep their validity.

Iron Maiden kommen im Juli 2022 nach Deutschland. © Photography Stock Ruiz / Shutterstock.com Iron Maiden will come to Germany in July 2022.

For Metal fans in Germany this means: You will see Iron Maiden at the earliest on 2 July 2022 in Cologne. Other concerts plays the band in Berlin (4 July), Stuttgart (July 9), Bremen (July 20) and Frankfurt (26th July). "As we all know, there is realistic no alternative", writes Bandmanager Rod Smallwood (71) at Instagram . "So we'll all make the most of it and spend the time to prepare ourselves on a very memorable and even more spectacular legacy tour next year. We promise!"

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