I check almost daily your website and here to see if you're coming back, and I am only praying you do. I saw Book of Souls Tour 2017 in KC. Come back to KC. KC LOVES MAIDEN!
Up the IRONS!
Book of Souls
T-Mobile - Las Vegas
Having seen them last year on the Souls tour, I expected more of the same. Last year I seen them in Vegas ,so I came back to see them again this year. The T-Mobile arena is new and not a bad place for a show , but it lost its AC during the show and it became hot in there.i felt the sound could have been better also.
On to the show ,it was similar set list as last year with same songs although they changed a few songs, but I feel the included Red and the Black song was too long and not a great choice. Loved Wrathchild , wish they would have done more in classic era . Well Maiden puts on a great show, the reason I see them more than once . Guess after twice last year it was to familiar.
Next year should bring a new tour . I will be there with total excitement. Ghost who opened was pretty cool not in to them before, but liked their show.
Up the irons. Ant
Iron Maiden fell flat on their face!,
Hollywood casino pavilion (River Port) - Maryland Heights
3rd time I've seen Maiden...this by far the worst sounding for Bruce's vocals...everyone else in playing,sounded good..but definitely sound guy had vocal distorted...to bad(Maiden should hav pay me to go)...thank goodness Ghost was there as opening bAnd,to feel lik I got my ticket fare back..anyways I won't be going to see Maiden anytime soon in near future...but will see Ghost!!
Talking Stick Resort Arena Sound is Subpar
Talking Stick Resort Arena formerly US Airways Arena - Phoenix
Iron Maiden show audio quality was worst I've ever heard, the mid range tone just bled thru everything. I could not make out what was being said or sang for that matter.
I waited 29 years to finally see them live, on a Wednesday, 2 hours away.
Maiden being my first Compact Disc (Seventh Son of a Seventh Son) and first favorite band, my first time seeing them and was huge disappointment not because the band, but the audio experience made my ears fatigue like never before, and I worked on flight lines for 10 years.A band with that much live experience should never sound like that.
I have also seen Tool here twice, and it's the same problem, the arena sound system just can't handle certain genres and bands. Black Sabbath had a lot of "reverb" as well, you just can't hear the vocals.
I will NEVER come to see another band at Talking Stick Resort until I hear from trusted members that the sound issues have bee addressed and rectified.
Super disappointed that Megadeath will play the same venue, wish it was at Glendale Stadium.
7x to see Iron Maiden live ....
ATT Center - San Antonio
I saw Maiden in San Antonio last night. Outstanding show. Setlist was good and the band had the crowd into it almost immediately. I have seen Iron Maiden 7x and they never disappoint. Everywhere they play its sold out it seems !
Jiffy Lube Live - Bristow
First time seeing Maiden live and they absolutely lived up to all my expectations. Musically they were totally on point and the stage show was awesome. These guys aren't getting any younger but you would never know it. Tons of energy and totally engage the crowd. One of the best live shows I've ever seen. I'll definitely be going to see them again at the next opportunity. Opening act Ghost was also excellent.
Really good mix in the crowd - young kids to old gray hairs. Great to see everyone come together and just enjoy themselves. Venue is ok but it took us almost an hour to get out of the parking lot after the show, which is ridiculous even for the large crowd.
UP THE IRONS!
BBT, Forum - Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles
The Book of Souls Tour is nothing short of phenomenal! I caught the opening tour in Fort Lauderdale in 2016 and then caught the end of the North American Tour for two nights at the Fabulous Forum in Los Angeles! I'm so glad they are swinging back through N. America again for 2017 - going to three shows (if not one more!). Can't wait to see Ghost, too!
Tacoma Dome - Tacoma
We had a blast at this show! Maiden did not disappoint! They sound awesome! Highly recommend going!
The Forum - Inglewood
Maiden never fails, never disappoints...........Time flies by, see them while they are still in action. Legends...
Completely worth it!
The Forum - Inglewood
Was able to score some last minute tickets to see Iron Maiden at the forum. Worth every penny!
They played some of their new stuff as well ad dome classics
Be sure and grab a T-shirt before the show as they were sold out of most designs and sizes after the show.
Metal legends Iron Maiden formed in 1976 though it was four years before they released their first self-titled album, featuring the successful single “Running Free.” The band's second album, Killers, released in 1981, had a harder edge than their first and was also a hit. Original vocalist, Paul Di'Anno, left the band in 1982 and was replaced with Bruce Dickinson who completed what is now considered to be Iron Maiden's classic line-up. The same year saw the release of the seminal rock album Number of the Beast which was the band's first worldwide hit and featured such classic tracks as “Hallowed Be Thy Name” and the album's title track. Iron Maiden took full advantage of their new found global fame and quickly put out their next album Piece of Mind before going on two major tours.
Iron Maiden were on a roll and they released Powerslave, another huge album, in 1983. The band toured Powerslave for 11 months which resulted in 1985's double live album, Live After Death. Their next two releases were both concept albums, Somewhere in Time from 1986 and 1988's Seventh Son of a Seventh Son. Seventh Son was widely considered to be the band's best album since Number of the Beast and spawned the successful singles “The Evil That Men Do” and “The Clairvoyant.”
Another huge tour followed after which the band went back to basics with their 1990 album No Prayer for the Dying. After touring No Prayer throughout 1991, Bruce Dickinson decided to leave the band but not before they recorded their next album, Fear of the Dark, which was released in 1992. Dickinson then toured with the band which produced two more live albums, A Real Live One and A Real Dead One, which were both released in 1993.
After a spell with Blaze Bayley as their singer, Iron Maiden welcomed Dickinson back in 1999 and a new album, Brave New World, hit the charts in 2000. In 2005 they undertook a huge tour as co-headliners with Black Sabbath and they have continued to tour and release new albums ever since. In 2010, The Final Frontier, the band's 15th studio album was released.