Iron Maiden Concerts

Get ready for the next concert of Iron Maiden, tour 2022

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Popular songs

Top 10 most played songs by Iron Maiden in the last 40 concerts.

Setlist profile

Songs to be played live were released on the following albums:

Next Setlist

How long is the concert? Iron Maiden will be on stage for approx 2:20. Here is the probable setlist based on previous concerts (99% probability):

Song title
  1. Senjutsu cover Senjutsu
  2. Senjutsu cover Stratego
  3. Senjutsu cover The Writing on the Wall
  4. Piece Of Mind cover Revelations
  5. Brave New World cover Blood Brothers
  6. The X Factor cover Sign of the Cross
  7. Piece Of Mind cover Flight of Icarus
  8. Fear Of The Dark cover Fear of the Dark
  9. The Number Of The Beast cover Hallowed Be Thy Name
  10. The Number Of The Beast cover The Number of the Beast
  11. Iron Maiden cover Iron Maiden
  12. Encore #1

  13. Piece Of Mind cover The Trooper
  14. Virtual Xi cover The Clansman
  15. The Number Of The Beast cover Run to the Hills
  16. Encore #2

  17. Powerslave cover Aces High

Iron Maiden Tour Map 2022

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28 Upcoming concerts, touring in the following countries: Finland, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Poland, Switzerland, Ireland, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, Spain, etc.

Iron Maiden Biography

Iron Maiden is a British heavy metal band that was founded in 1975 in Leyton, England. The founding members were bassist Steve Harris (born in Leytonstone, England in 1956), lead vocalist Paul Day (Whitechapel, England, 1956), guitarist Terry Rance (1953), guitarist Dave Sullivan (1956), and drummer Ron “Rebel” Matthews (1948). There have been many changes in the line-up of the band over the years. Most of the founding members left even before the band released an official single, only performing at early sets of an Iron Maiden concert.

Steve Harris, the only one of the initial members who is still around, decided to form the new metal group on Christmas Day 1975, after leaving the band "Smiler". He named it after a medieval torture device (the existence of which may be just a modern myth). They started off by performing in local pubs. One of those pubs in Maryland, Stratford is now officially labeled as “The Birthplace of Iron Maiden”, and it is evidently a popular destination for music fans. 

The first few years of the band’s existence were marred by departures, inner tension, and even a temporary dismantlement. However, in 1978, one of the songs they recorded for a demo tape got popular among the local English club going crowd. It even got to the top of the chart in Sounds Magazine, a late British weekly pop/rock music newspaper.

This ultimately led to Iron Maiden signing their first contract with the label EMI in December 1979. At that point, they had Paul Di'Anno as their lead vocalist. In 1980, two of their songs appeared on a metal compilation album titled “Metal for Muthas”.

Iron Maiden released their self-titled debut album in April 1980, which gained critical and commercial success. It peaked at the #4 spot on the Official Chart Company’s (OCC) chart in the United Kingdom. The biggest hits on the tracklist were “Running Free” and “Sanctuary”.

Since then, the prolific band has released no less than 16 more studio albums, 17 in total. The most successful of those have been “Fear of Dark” (1992), “The Final Frontier” (2010), and “The Book of Souls” (2015). Meanwhile, their most recent new Iron Maiden album came out in September 2021, with the title “Senjutsu”.

To date, the biggest hits in the Iron Maiden setlist are "Hallowed Be Thy Name" (1982), "The Trooper" (1983), "Wasted Years" (1986), and the titular single of their 1992 album, “Fear of Dark”.

As we wrote above, the members of Iron Maiden have changed quite a few times in the nearly 5 decades of the metal band’s existence. In their current line-up, they have the founder Steve Harris on the bass, Dave Murray on the lead guitar, Adrian Smith on the rhythm guitar, Bruce Dickinson as the lead vocalist, Nicko McBrain on the drums, and, finally, Janick Gers as a third guitarist. Check the page above to see where the nearest Iron Maiden concert is scheduled.

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