Page Last Updated: Thu, 28th May 2020
Iron Maiden are an institution.
Over the course of nearly 40 years they have come to embody a spirit of fearless creative independence, ferocious dedication to their fans, and a cheerful indifference to their critics that’s won them a following that spans every culture, generation, and time-zone.
A story of gritty determination and courageous defiance of the naysayers, theirs has been an adventure like no other.
And with the opening leg of 2018’s brand new Legacy Of The Beast tour selling out headline stadium, arena and festival shows across 23 European territories to over 750,000 fans, the band are showing no signs of slowing down any time just yet.
Founded by bassist Steve Harris in the mid ‘70s, Iron Maiden were already firmly established as heavy metal’s brightest hopes when they stormed the world with their third album (and first with vocalist Bruce Dickinson) The Number Of The Beast in 1982.
It would kick off a decade of classic releases and dogged touring that would come to epitomise the unrelenting, uncompromising, unswerving commitment they are now so well known for.
That marvellous decade would also yield seven new studio albums, one live album, seven World Tours, as well as the creation of Eddie - one of the most iconic and recognisable figureheads of our age and the calling card of the most impassioned fan-bases anywhere.
2018 and Maiden’s latest Legacy Of The Beast Tour is being hailed by fans and media alike as the most extravagant and visually stunningly live show of the band’s career to date.
Both the production and the decades-spanning set-list of fan favourites and hits were inspired by their mobile phone game of the same name.
The multi-themed concert opens with a replica Spitfire flying above the stage and progresses through a two-hour theatrical journey of ever-evolving interlocking stage sets with multiple incarnations of Eddie, pyrotechnics and special effects including muskets, claymores, flame throwers, a giant electrified crucifix, a noose, gallows and a gargantuan Icarus to name just a few.
With over 90 million album sales, more than 2000 live performances in 63* countries, tens of millions of fans and 16 studio albums of unerring quality and power to their name, Iron Maiden have more than earned their proudly-held status as one of the most influential and revered rock bands of all time.
The band last performed in Dubai in 2009.
Tickets on sale now.
Wednesday 27 May 2020 from 8pm to 11pm.
AED 250 Level 4D
AED 350 Level 4C
AED 450 Level 4B
AED 495 Regular Standing
AED 550 Level 4A
AED 595 Level 1D
AED 795 Level 1C
AED 895 Level 1B
AED 995 Level 1A
AED 995 Premium Standing