Brave New World Tour

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Brave New World Tour
Brave New World Tour Poster.jpg
Official tour advertisement for the band's performance in Banská Bystrica, Slovakia, 6 June 2000
Tour by Iron Maiden
Associated album Brave New World
Start date 2 June 2000
End date 21 March 2002
Shows 90 (9 cancellations)
Iron Maiden concert chronology
The Ed Hunter Tour
(1999)
Brave New World Tour
(2000-02)
Give Me Ed... 'Til I'm Dead Tour
(2003)

The Brave New World Tour was a concert tour by Iron Maiden which began on 2 June 2000 and ended on 19 January 2001. The tour was in support of the release of their 2000 album Brave New World. In Europe, the tour was called Metal 2000. On the last night of the tour, 19 January 2001, the band recorded a live album, entitled Rock in Rio, in front of an audience of 250,000,[1] their second-largest crowd in Rio de Janeiro (the largest crowd being their 1985 Rock in Rio performance during the World Slavery Tour).[2]

Three dates scheduled for Germany, Bulgaria and Greece in mid-July 2000 were cancelled so that guitarist Janick Gers could recover after an infamous accident at Mannheim, Germany, on 8 July where Gers slipped and fell off the stage, sustaining a concussion and spraining his back.[3]

Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
Europe
2 June 2000 Strasbourg France Festival des Artéfacts
3 June 2000 Nijmegen Netherlands Dynamo Open Air
5 June 2000 Prague Czech Republic Paegas Arena
6 June 2000 Banská Bystrica Slovakia Bystrica Amphitheatre
7 June 2000 Budapest Hungary Kisstadion
9 June 2000 Izola Slovenia Izola Stadium
10 June 2000 Monza Italy Gods of Metal
11 June 2000 Kiev Ukraine RocKiev Festival (Cancelled)
13 June 2000 Saint-Étienne France Palais des Spectacles
14 June 2000 Paris Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
16 June 2000 London England Earls Court
20 June 2000 Katowice Poland Spodek
21 June 2000 Warsaw Torwar Hall
23 June 2000 Leipzig Germany With Full Force
24 June 2000 Dessel Belgium Graspop Metal Meeting
26 June 2000 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
27 June 2000 Stockholm Sweden Stockholms Olympiastadion
29 June 2000 Roskilde Denmark Roskilde Festival
30 June 2000 Turku Finland Ruisrock Festival
2 July 2000 Tallinn Estonia Song Festival Grounds
4 July 2000 Vienna Austria Libro Music Hall
5 July 2000 Munich Germany Zenith
6 July 2000 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
8 July 2000 Mannheim Germany Maimarkt-Gelände
9 July 2000 Oberhausen Arena (Cancelled)
12 July 2000 Sofia Bulgaria Akademik Stadium (Cancelled)
14 July 2000 Athens Greece Posidonas Stadium (Cancelled)
16 July 2000 Vilar de Mouros Portugal Festival Vilar de Mouros
18 July 2000 San Sebastian Spain Velodrome Anoeta
19 July 2000 Madrid Las Ventas
21 July 2000 Mijas Open Air (Cancelled)
22 July 2000 Murcia Open Air
23 July 2000 Barcelona Palau Sant Jordi
North America
1 August 2000 Toronto Canada Air Canada Centre
2 August 2000 Montreal Molson Centre
3 August 2000 Quebec City Colisée Pepsi
5 August 2000 New York City United States Madison Square Garden
6 August 2000 Mansfield Tweeter Center
8 August 2000 Hartford New England Dodge Music Center
9 August 2000 Portland Cumberland County Civic Center
11 August 2000 Burgettstown Post-Gazette Pavilion
12 August 2000 Camden E Center
13 August 2000 Scranton Coors Light Amphitheatre
15 August 2000 Clarkston Pine Knob Music Theatre
16 August 2000 Corfu Darien Lake Amphitheatre
17 August 2000 Holmedel Arts Center
19 August 2000 Maryland Heights Riverport Amphitheater
20 August 2000 Bonner Springs Sandstone Amphitheater
23 August 2000 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center
25 August 2000 Chicago UIC Pavilion
26 August 2000 Milwaukee Marcus Amphitheater
27 August 2000 Saint Paul Roy Wilkins Auditorium
29 August 2000 Colorado Springs World Arena
30 August 2000 Morrison Red Rocks Amphitheatre
1 September 2000 Dallas Starplex Amphitheater
2 September 2000 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
3 September 2000 San Antonio Sunken Garden Amphitheatre
4 September 2000
6 September 2000 El Paso University of Texas at El Paso
8 September 2000 Albuquerque Mesa del Sol
9 September 2000 Phoenix Cricket Wireless Pavilion
10 September 2000 Irvine Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
12 September 2000 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena
13 September 2000 Universal City Universal Amphitheatre
15 September 2000 Bakersfield Centennial Garden
16 September 2000 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre
17 September 2000 Las Vegas Theatre for the Performing Arts
18 September 2000 Anchorage Sullivan Arena (Cancelled)
19 September 2000 Tacoma Tacoma Dome
20 September 2000 Vancouver Canada Pacific Coliseum
23 September 2000 Edmonton Rexall Place (Cancelled)
24 September 2000 Calgary Pengrowth Saddledome (Cancelled)
Asia
19 October 2000 Sendai Japan Sun Plaza
21 October 2000 Tokyo Kosei Nenkin Hall
22 October 2000 Yokohama Pacifico Yokohama
23 October 2000 Tokyo Tokyo International Forum Hall A
25 October 2000 Osaka Zepp
26 October 2000 Fukuoka Sun Palace
28 October 2000 Nagoya Shi Kokaido
29 October 2000 Tokyo Zepp Tokyo
Europe
2 November 2000 Glasgow Scotland S.E.C.C.
3 November 2000 Manchester England MEN Arena
4 November 2000 Birmingham N.E.C. Arena
6 November 2000 Essen Germany Grugahalle
10 November 2000 Athens Greece Posidonas Stadium/St. Cosmas
6 January 2001 London England Shepherds Bush Empire
7 January 2001
South America
9 January 2001 Mexico City Mexico Foro Sol
12 January 2001 Buenos Aires Argentina Obras Sanitarias Arena (Cancelled)
13 January 2001 Vélez Sarsfield Stadium
15 January 2001 Santiago Chile Pista Atletica
19 January 2001 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Rock In Rio
Europe
19 March 2002 London England Brixton Academy
20 March 2002
21 March 2002

Reference[4]

Setlist[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wall, Mick (2004). Iron Maiden: Run to the Hills, the Authorised Biography (3rd ed.). Sanctuary Publishing. p. 349. ISBN 1-86074-542-3. 
  2. ^ "The History of Iron Maiden part 2". Live After Death (DVD). EMI. 4 February 2008. 
  3. ^ "Janick Gers Injured in Mannheim Stage Fall". Guitar.com. 10 July 2000. Archived from the original on 21 March 2003. Retrieved 30 November 2011. 
  4. ^ "Iron Maiden Tour 2000-2001". Iron Maiden Official Website. Archived from the original on 9 June 2001. 

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