IRON MAIDEN: Ljubljana Setlist Revealed
IRON MAIDEN fan site MaidenNorway.com reports: "IRON MAIDEN is back on the road with their 'A Matter of the Beast' summer tour, celebrating the 25 year anniversary of their 1982 heavy metal classic 'The Number Of The Beast'.
"For some reason, IRON MAIDEN performed four songs from their 25-year anniversary album 'The Number Of The Beast' tonight [June 2, in Ljubljana, Slovenia] rather than the previously announced five songs. This means we might see a slight change of the set as soon as Monday night. However, on the upside, they have added 'Children of the Damned', a true IRON MAIDEN classic. The fans will also be reunited with the sitting devil with glowing eyes, as seen on the 2005 Early Days tour."
IRON MAIDEN setlist for Ljubljana:
01. Different World
02. These Colours Don't Run
03. Brighter Than A Thousand Suns
05. The Trooper
06. Children of The Damned
07. The Reincarnation of Benjamin Breeg
08. For The Greater Good of God
09. The Number of The Beast
10. Fear of The Dark
11. Run To The Hills
12. Iron Maiden
13. 2 Minutes To Midnight
14. The Evil That Men Do
15. Hallowed Be Thy Name
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