Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson has made a new spoken-word event on December 13 in Dublin, Ireland and stated that he wants to play Iron Maiden songs with a symphony orchestra.

You know that Metallica played some classic songs with San Francisco Symphony. Apparently, Bruce Dickinson is looking for the same thing that Metallica did.

Here’s what Bruce said:

“I did talk to the conductor Paul Nann, and we just very tentatively said, ‘Wouldn’t it be great if we could do something that might involve some Maiden songs, but only Maiden songs that are really appropriate for doing [with] an orchestra?’

” ‘Empire of the Clouds’ [the 18-minute track from 2015’s ‘The Book of Souls’] is one of them. So yeah, you never know.”

Click here for the source of the statement.

In a recent Instagram post, Iron Maiden has announced that the tickets of 2020 leg of their ‘Legacy of the Beast Tour’ are available online. Here’s what they shared:

“Just Announced!@officialalterbridge @airbourne & @temptband are the special guests at Belsonic Festival

Grab your tickets now – irnmdn.co/tour

Play the game – irnmdn.co/play | See the show – irnmdn.co/tour

#LegacyOfTheBeastTour2020 #BePartOfTheLegacy #IronMaiden”

Check out the Instagram post below.

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