Heavy metal legends Iron Maiden head to the Portuguese capital as part of their long-running Legacy Of The Beast Tour, which started in 2018. So far, the band has played to close to two million fans in 39 countries around the globe, since the tour opened in 2018, including headlining to a capacity crowd of 100,000 at the legendary Rock In Rio festival in Brazil.
The Lisbon show, taking place in Estadio Nácional, will be one of the final concerts of the European leg in the summer of 2020, and as things stand one of the last shows on this mammoth global tour, which sees the veteran rockers joined by Airbourne and Within Temptation.
The concert will take place in Portugal’s national football stadium, in the west of Lisbon.
Iron Maiden Lisbon 2020 was postponed to 21 June 2021, due to the coronavirus outbreak. All purchased tickets remain valid for 2021. You can read the festival’s statement here