Time Out says
If you were a teenager in the last 40 years, there's a 50/50 chance that, at some point, you were an Iron Maiden fan. Raise those odds significantly if you're male. Whether your love for these British kings of heavy metal was retained or relapsed in the time since, this concert may well be worth visiting because Iron Maiden are renowned for putting on one hell of a live show. The band visit as part of their Legacy Of The Beast tour, a globe trotting two year exercise which begins with these pan European dates.
Expect the operatic vocal style of Bruce Dickinson and the breakneck guitar assault of his cohorts to be accompanied by band mascot Eddie coming to life, a great light show and even more spectacular visual elements besides (we won't spoil the surprise). Of course you should also expect renditions of finely honed fan favourites such as 'Aces High', 'The Trooper', 'The Number Of The Beast' and 'Run To The Hills' too.