Metal rockers Iron Maiden have announced that they are postponing their entire Legacy of the Beast Tour for this year due to the Covid-19 virus.
After Iron Maiden manager Rod Smallwood broke the news, he thanked fans and asked for their patience.
To date the band has rescheduled most of the European dates with the exception of Moscow, St. Petersburg, Weert, and Zurich; however, they did add shows in Arnhem and Antwerp. The band was not able to reschedule their Festival dates due to other scheduling conflicts.
Iron Maiden is also working to reschedule the Australia, New Zealand, Philippines, Japan, Dubai and Israeli dates as well.
The band is also working on getting the guest artists that were originally scheduled to join the tour.
Iron Maiden rescheduled 2021 tour dates:
June 11 at the PGE Narodowy in Warsaw, Poland
June 13 at the Burgerweide in Bremen, Germany
June 15 at the Sinobo Stadium in Prague, Czech Republic
June 16 at the Neustadt Stadium Open Air inWiener, Austria
June 19 at the Olympic Stadium in Barcelona, Spain
June 21 at the Estadio Nacional in Lisbon, Portugal
June 24 at the Sonic Park in Bologna, Italy
June 26 at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Stuttgart, Germany
June 27 at the Sportpaleis in Antwerps, Belgium
June 30 at the Waldbuhne in Berlin, Germany
July 3 at the Illevi Stadium in Gothenburg, Sweden
July 8 at the Rhein-Energie Stadium in Cologne, Germany
July 10 at the GelreDome in Arnhem, Netherlands
July 11 at La Defense Arena in Paris, France