Iron Maiden’s ongoing tour will continue well into 2024, and they finally shared their plans for the future. The iconic heavy metal band announced a new series of North American dates for The Future Past World Tour, set to kick off next fall.
The metal veterans will kick off their North American tour with a concert at the North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre in San Diego, CA on October 4, 2024. Their tour includes stops in Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Salt Lake City, and Portland, in addition to several dates in Canada, and they’re planning to wrap things up with a concert in Santiago, Chile.
The Future Past World Tour includes songs from the band’s latest album Senjutsu, in addition to their biggest hits from Somewhere in Time. The band’s lead vocalist Bruce Dickinson previously revealed they really want to perform Senjutsu in full for the live audience.
“We’ve talked about doing the entire album start to finish… That is something that really diehard fans will probably love and other people will go, ‘Hmmm, I’m not gonna go see that.’ So the answer is you play smaller venues so that they sell out with just your diehard fans,” said Dickinson during last year’s appearance on the Talk Is Jericho podcast.