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Iron Maiden concert devoted to Japan

The band Iron Maiden concert in Mexico dedicated to those affected by the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan. The 'Maiden' Aztec arrived in the country as part of his tour World Tour The Final Frontier, which also includes Peru.

Iron Maiden also performed their latest production, The Final Frontier, and such classics as Two Minutes to Midnight, The Trooper, The Evil That Men Do, Fear of the Dark, Hallowed Be Thy Name, Running Free, among others, highlighted a source.

The emotional highlight of the concert was put on the Iron Maiden frontman, Bruce Dickinson, who took time to talk about the cancellation of two shows that were scheduled in Japan.

"We started the tour in Australia and New Zealand. From there, we went to Japan. We were ten minutes from landing and spent the tsunami, so we want to devote Blood brother. Japan, promising to return ", said the musician.