Iron Maiden's Gothenburg Show Sold Out In 2.5 Hrs
Band Photo: Iron Maiden (?)
As you must have heard, Iron Maiden’s 2005 live dates have got off to an amazing start with tickets for their massive show in Gothenburg’s Ullevi Stadium on 9th July selling Out - 51,000 tickets - in just 2½ hours!
Next year’s tour will be a treat for fans both old and new as they will be performing tracks from their early beginnings making this a recreation of their tours that elevated them to worldwide status as one of rock’s most enduring and exciting live acts. The band will be basing the set list
on their seminal classics from their early years including the likes of "Run To The Hills," "The Trooper" and "Phantom Of The Opera" and other tracks that they haven’t performed for many years.
To help feed insatiable demand to see Maiden live, the Official IM Fan Club have made special arrangements for their show at Paris’ 55,000 capacity Parc Des Princes Stadium on Saturday 25th June. Book through the official Travel Associate for best tickets (available to fan club members only), or travel with the Fan Club for some very special extras and privileged access to the show. Non members are most welcome!
Tickets for Helsinki’s Hartwell Areena on 6th July go on sale this Monday - tickets are expected to fly!
This Monday is also the day when the much acclaimed double DVD "The History
of Iron Maiden Part 1 The Early Days” hits the shelves in Europe.
Source: Iron Maiden
Please share this article if you found it interesting.
- Previous Article:
Darkane Drummer Joins Laid-Back Rock N Roll Band
- Next Article:
Slipknot, KSE, Unearth 2005 Dates Announced
0 Comments on "Iron Maiden's Gothenburg Show Sold Out In 2.5 Hrs"
Be the first to comment! Tell us what you think. (no login required)
To minimize comment spam/abuse, you cannot post comments on articles over a month old. Please check the sidebar to the right or the related band pages for recent related news articles.