As part of THE FUTURE PAST TOUR, Iron Maiden will be performing at the Barclays Center on Saturday, November 2nd, 2024. Get ready to unleash the beast because one of the world's greatest rock bands will be there! Be sure not to miss out on this opportunity since tickets are selling quicker than a guitar solo. We are going to make the night of November 2nd in Brooklyn one that the city will never forget, so gather your friends and purchase your tickets now!
Iron Maiden is really killing it on stage, and the audience is going absolutely wild, the bass is pounding, it's not just a concert; it's a trip through the history of metal music, a voyage through the eras of one of the world's most prolific bands. Prepare yourself for an unforgettable set list that will feature both brand-new songs from Senjutsu and timeless oldies from Somewhere In Time. According to Rod Smallwood, Maiden will be pulling all the stops, and he assures everyone that it will be an incredible event. You won't want to miss out on this opportunity, it's like going back in time with your favorite metal icons.
“THE FUTURE PAST TOUR is one of the most exciting tours we’ve ever done, and to be performing both brand-new material and songs that haven’t been played for many years with a mix of fan favorites has been a great experience for both the fans and the band. The energy has been incredible, and we can’t wait to continue bringing this amazing and innovative show to fans around the world next year.” Stated Rod Smallwood at the tour announcement.
“The Barclays Center stage transformed constantly, from a military bunker concealed by leaves and camouflage to a stained-glass-framed cathedral with chandeliers overhead, a spooky graveyard complete with rolling mist, and finally, during “The Number of the Beast,” what looked like the entrance to hell itself, with a sinister mouth flanking the band and, later, a big, blow-up Eddie-as-Satan head.” Hank Shteamer said about the Iron Maidens’ show here in Brooklyn during 2019. “Dickinson remains his genre’s most charismatic, fun-to-watch frontman — the closest thing heavy metal has to an ageless Mick Jagger figure. From the second he bounds onstage to the moment he exits, the 60-year-old is a combination of diva, athlete, actor, and ham, inhabiting the songs’ high drama with a still-formidable rock-operatic belt — almost more poignant now because you can hear a hint of strain as he reaches into his upper register — and swashbuckling, Errol Flynn-like vigor, as though the stage was the set of his own personal action film.”
Iron Maiden is more than a band; rather, they are an institution and a compelling force of music in the world. Over the course of 46 years, they have broken down barriers, made history, and melted faces, beginning, way, way back with their third album, The Number of the Beast, from 1982 and ending with 2021s, Senjutsu. The band has an astounding 41 album career, which includes fifteen studio albums, thirteen live albums, four extended plays, and seven compilations. Furthermore, they have delivered forty-seven singles, twenty video albums, and two video games to their fans. When it comes to lyrics, Iron Maiden dives into a broad variety of topics, such as literature, religion, mythology, society, and history. Over the course of more than four decades, the band's unique mascot, identified as "Eddie," has appeared on the cover of practically every record.
Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York, 11217, US