IRON MAIDEN: Photos From Prague Show Posted Online
A number of photos from the first show of IRON MAIDEN's "Eddie Rips Up the World" tour, which took place Saturday night (May 28) in Prague, Czech Republic, have been posted online at CeskyRock.cz.
According to MaidenFans.com, "The Ides of March" is the taped introduction played before the band launch into set opener "Murders in the Rue Morgue". The stage set is said to be related to the first DVD of the history series MAIDEN is putting out out, and an "Eddie Rips You Up" backdrop was prominently displayed, as were several others. Pyrotechnics were reportedly used on five songs. Fire was used during "The Number of the Beast", and, as rumored, girls dressed up as devils were seen running on stage during the same song. Eddie appears behind the set in his "Iron Maiden" role. Then later in the show, a traditional walking giant Eddie makes an appearance. Finally, singer Bruce Dickinson dresses up as a trooper during "The Trooper".
To see the entire setlist for the Prague show, click here.
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