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Iron Maiden extend world tour with new dates

Iron Maiden have added a South American leg to their forthcoming world tour, and show in the Netherlands. The live stint also includes shows in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, which were all announced previously.

The run is in support of the band’s new album ‘The Book of Souls’, recorded in Paris with producer Kevin “Caveman” Shirley in late 2014. The release was delayed so frontman Bruce Dickinson could recuperate from a cancerous tumour found at the back of his tongue.

The band will play:

24 Fort Lauderdale BB&T Center, FL
26 Tulsa BOK Center, OK
28 Las Vegas Mandalay Bay Events Center, NV

01 Monterrey Teatro Banamex, Mexico (new)
03 Mexico City Sports Palace, Mexico (new)
06 San Salvador Estadio Jorge Magico Gonzalez, El Salvador (new)
08 San Jose Estadio Ricardo Saprissa, Costa Rica (new)
11 Santiago Estadio Nacional, Chile (new)
13 Cordoba Estadio Mario Kempes, Argentina (new)
15 Buenos Aires Estadio Velez Sarsfield, Argentina (new)
17 Rio De Janeiro HSBC Arena, Brazil (new)
19 Belo Horizonte Esplanada Do Mineirao, Brazil (new)
22 Brasilia Nilson Nelson Arena, Brazil (new)
24 Fortaleza Ginasio Olimpico, Brazil (new)
26 Sao Paulo Allianz Parque, Brazil (new)
30 New York Madison Square Garden, NY

05 Detroit Palace of Auburn Hills, MI
06 Chicago United Center, IL
11 Tacoma Dome, WA
13 Denver Pepsi Center, CO
15 Los Angeles Forum, CA
29 Christchurch Horncastle Arena, New Zealand

01 Aucklane Vector Arena, New Zealand
04 Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Australia
06 Sydney Allphones Arena, Australia
09 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena, Australia
12 Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Australia
14 Perth Arena, Australia
18 Cape Town Grand Arena, South Africa
21 Johannesburg Carnival City Festival Lawns, South Africa

08 Arnhem Gelredome, Netherlands (new)

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