Legendary metal band Iron Maiden will embark on another leg of their “Book of Souls” tour this summer. The 25-date North American trek will kick off June 3 in Bristow, Virginia, and is currently scheduled to wrap up with the band’s first-ever show in Brooklyn on July 21 at the Barclays Center. The tour will continue to support their 2015 release, Book of Souls. Swedish metal band Ghost will serve as the supporting act for the tour.
Iron Maiden tickets went on sale to the general public on January 27, and while tickets are still available on the primary market, various dates have limited availability. Trooper VIP packages are also available purchase and include early access to the venue, Iron Maiden swag, Trooper beers, food and a designated area to meet with other fans.
For dates with dwindling availability, fans can purchase tickets to see Iron Maiden through the resale market, where several below-face options are available. While the band's Barclays Center show has yet to entirely sell out, the resale market has tickets starting at just $68. Across all of their performances, resale tickets are averaging $189, and the most expensive performances are on track to be their San Bernardino, CA date, where tickets are averaging an impressive $445, with the cheapest ticket up for grabs for just $68. To compare, the cheapest tickets to see Iron Maiden are on track to be their Chicago stop on June 15, where tickets are averaging $126, and the cheapest ticket is up for $37.
This summer marks Iron Maiden's second U.S. visit in support of The Book of Souls. Previous setlists have included a healthy mix of new tracks as well as fan favorites, so Maiden fans should expect to hear a solid rotation along the route.
6/3 — Bristow, VA — Jiffy Lube Live
6/4 — Philadelphia, PA — Wells Fargo Center
6/7 — Newark, NJ — Prudential Center
6/9 — Charlotte, NC — PNC Music Pavilion
6/11 — Tampa, FL — Amalie Arena
6/13 — Nashville, TN — Bridgestone Arena
6/15 — Chicago, IL — Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
6/16 — Minneapolis, MN — Xcel Energy Center
6/19 — Oklahoma City, OK — Chesapeake Arena
6/21 — Houston, TX — Toyota Center
6/23 — Dallas, TX — American Airlines Center
6/24 — San Antonio, TX — AT&T Center
6/27 — Albuquerque, NM — Isleta Amphitheatre
6/28 — Phoenix, AZ — Talking Stick Resort Arena
7/1 — San Bernardino, CA — San Manuel Amphitheatre
7/3 — Las Vegas, NV — T-Mobile Arena
7/5 — Oakland, CA — Oracle Arena
7/7 — Salt Lake City, UT — USANA Amphitheatre
7/9 — Lincoln, NE — Pinnacle Bank Arena
7/11 — Kansas City, MO — Sprint Centre
7/12 — St. Louis, MO — Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
7/15 — Toronto, ON, CA — Budweiser Stage
7/16 — Quebec City, QC, CA — Videotron Centre
7/19 — Mansfield, MA — Xfinity Center
7/21 — Brooklyn, NY — Barclays Center