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The premier, all female alternative to Iron Maiden, The Iron Maidens have announced the rescheduling of their tour due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic.
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The Iron Maidens have proven their place as the world’s best Iron Maiden tribute act for a solid 19 years, gaining international recognition and approval from iconic Iron Maiden legends Steve Harris and Bruce Dickinson themselves. This tour announcement follows a sell out 2018 Australian tour, and sees the band back to satisfy Australia’s cravings with their intense live show.
The band, consisting of: Kirsten “Bruce Chickinson” Rosenberg (vocals), Linda “NikkiMcBURRain” McDonald (drums), Courtney “Adriana Smith” Cox, Nikki “Davina Murray” Stringfield on guitars, and Wanda “Steph Harris” Ortiz (bass) have built a powerhouse reputation for their musical virtuosity and their infallible performances, which cover all eras of Iron Maiden, as well as some classic fan favourites. Fans can expect to see classic Maiden theatrics, including appearances from Maiden Mascot, Eddie, the Devil, the Grimreaper and more.
The tour announcement however, comes with some changes. Due to scheduling conflicts, the Canberra show is now cancelled, with refunds available at place of purchase. The Adelaide show has been moved to Lion Arts centre, with all tickets to the Gov remaining valid. Silverback Touring and The Iron Maidens urge fans to hold on to their tickets for the new dates, but refunds are available if you are unable to attend. New dates are as below:
THE IRON MAIDENS TOUR
SYDNEY // Friday 25th September // Manning Bar
NEWCASTLE // Saturday 26th September // Cambridge Hotel
ADELAIDE // Tuesday 29th September // Lion Arts
PERTH // Wednesday 30th September // Amplifier
MELBOURNE // Thursday 1st October // Max Watts
BRISBANE // Friday 2nd October // The Zoo