British heavy metal legends IRON MAIDEN will perform at this year's Quebec's Summer Festival (Festival d’été de Québec) in Québec City, Québec, Canada.

This is the 43rd year for the festival, which began in 1968 by showcasing local artists, and has since evolved into an annual major attraction featuring the cream of international talent across all genres of music.

Festival d’été de Québec runs July 8-18, with an amazing 300 shows spanning 11 days, making it Canada’s biggest outdoor artistic event.

MAIDEN, which last week won a Juno Award for its documentary DVD "Flight 666", will headline the festival's Bell Stage - Plains Of Abraham on Friday, July 9, the band's first appearance in Québec City in four years. The show forms part of the first leg of MAIDEN's "Final Frontier World Tour", which kicks off in America in Dallas on June 9 and moves into Canada late June for a series of dates there before heading back into the U.S., then on into Europe.


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