Bruce Dickinson pissed off their fan for smoking weed at an Iron Maiden concert. Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson pulled a fan off stage at the band’s performance on September 22.
Now the video has leaked and shows Bruce Dickinson pushing some fans for smoking marijuana in the front row the night of the concert. During a song break, he warned fans about their smoking habits, stating it was impacting both him and bassist Steve Harris.
Bruce Dickinson talked to the fans about smoking:
“I don’t know what it is. There is so many fucking people smoking so much fucking dope down here, I’m amazed you can even see. Poor old Steve. I don’t know if you know, but he absolutely fucking hates marijuana and the smell of it, alright? So when he’s trying to play bass, it fucks him up.
It fucks me up. I’m a singer, alright? So duh. I would just ask for a tiny bit of respect. If you want to go get completely stoned out of your fucking mind, go out the back and do it. Alright? Otherwise, you are going to end up like this fucking knucklehead here going ‘uhhhhhh.'”
Watch the video below!
He also kicked off one fan from the concert at that concert. The backward-cap-wearing fan at the Iron Maiden event then went to the platform’s left side. The guard pressed down on his right knee and excitedly indicated with the devil’s horns sign at guitarist Janick Gers and Bruce Dickinson, neither of whom appeared thrilled about the stage of invasion.
Bruce Dickinson then ordered the fan to leave the stage before taking his hand and dragging him to the back of the stage. The fan, on the other hand, appeared to have different goals as he surged closer towards the center of the stage near where bassist Steve Harris was standing, at which point he removed his cap and began violently headbanging in front of the whole audience. Bruce Dickinson then grabbed him by the back of his shirt and brought him to the back of the stage, where he was removed by the band’s stage security.
Iron Maiden also previous week announced their Future Past Tour for June and July 2023:
- 6/13 — Krakow, Poland @ Tauron Arena
- 6/19 — Zurich, Switzerland @ Hallenstadion
- 6/24 — Dublin, Ireland @ 3 Arena
- 6/26 — Glasgow, Scotland @ Ovo Hydro
- 6/28 — Leeds, England @ First Direct Arena
- 6/30 — Manchester, England @ AO Arena
- 7/3 — Nottingham, England @ Motorpoint Arena
- 7/4 — Birmingham, England @ Utilita Arena
- 7/7 — London, England @ O2 Arena
- 7/11 — Amsterdam, The Netherlands @ Ziggo Dome
- 7/13 — Antwerp, Belgium @ Sportpaleis
- 7/15 — Milan, Italy — The Rreturn of the Gods Festival
Bruce Dickinson already talked about the Legacy Of The Beast World Tour 2022:
“I’m really excited about the new additions to the stage production and we can’t wait for everyone to see what we’ve got planned. The whole band has really enjoyed the Legacy tour and now we just can’t wait to get back out on the road to play live, have fun and see everyone again.”
Iron Maiden’s tour manager also talked about this tour:
“Next summer we will finally get to play the huge European stadium and festival tour for Legacy of the Beast originally set for 2020.
The new show will be even more spectacular so after our visit to Rock in Rio in early September 2022, we have decided to take it back to our fans in North America and Mexico too, playing in cities or venues we did not get to last time we toured in 2019. We are also adding some of the great cities of eastern Europe we were not initially visiting!
We’ll be making a couple of additions and changes to the production and setlist to include some songs from our new album Senjutsu and are making the 2022 version of Legacy of the Beast even more spectacular than the acclaimed original show. You can be sure that we will still be featuring all the “hits” and the key elements of the original tour like the Spitfire, Icarus, Hell, flamethrowers and pyro, and the rest. But we will shake it up a bit and Trooper Eddie will have serious competition in the new Senjutsu ‘world’ we are adding.”