The Iron Maiden Phenomenon Sweeps Through Brazil With Another Epic Tour!
One of the most iconic rock groups in the world drew more than 100,000 delirious fans to sold-out concerts in São Paulo, Curitiba and Ribeirão Preto.
Maiden once again demonstrated its enormous appeal as a concert attraction by performing on Sunday September 4th in a jammed Morumbi Stadium, in São Paulo, before 60,000 of their closest friends!
Throughout their 47-year history, British metal pioneers Iron Maiden have blazed an unprecedented path in the history of music that has earned them followers from all cultures and generations around the globe.
With more than 100 million records sold and more than 2,000 live performances in 64 countries before tens of millions of rabid followers, Iron Maiden has earned worldwide recognition as one of the most influential and revered rock bands of all time.
And for the Brazilian faithful who need no translation of the familiar “up the irons” greeting among Maiden fans, the legendary sextet not only has been a love affair that has spanned decades, they also have been electrifying performers who transformed their concerts in the country into apotheotic happenings. Indeed, it was no different with the trio of mesmerizing shows (featuring band’s iconic figurehead, Ed, of course) that just took place in Brazil as part of the group’s the most recent tour “Legacy of the Beast World Tour 22”.
“Iron Maiden is a phenomenon in Brazil. They are one of the elite few artists that have maintained stadium level business for over 37 years “said Phil Rodriguez CEO of Move Concerts.
The concert in Curitiba, sold out for months at Pedreira Paulo Leminski, drew 25,000 fans on August 27th. Three days later, on August 30th, Iron Maiden performed for the first time in Ribeirão Preto in a Eurobike Arena packed with 25,000 ardent fans. After their triumphant stand-alone appearance at the opening night of Rock In Rio on September 2nd that was broadcast live around the country Maiden once again demonstrated its enormous appeal as a concert attraction by performing on Sunday September 4th in a jammed Morumbi Stadium, in São Paulo, before 60,000 of their closest friends!
Iron Maiden’s Brazilian tour was once again promoted by MOVE Concerts, and sponsored by Porto Seguro Bank. The sponsors of the band’s sets in Ribeirão Preto and São Paulo were Black Princess and TNT Energy Drink. Bodebrown as a Craft beer sponsor for Curitiba.
Also for the São Paulo date, the city’s famed Hospital Sancta Maggiore was the Official Supplier, along with support from NewOn.
About Move Concerts
Move Concerts is the biggest independent concert promoter in Latin America with offices in Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru and Puerto Rico. The company’s regional headquarters is based in Miami, Florida..