Iron Maiden Delivered for Its Masked and Tatted Fans

Iron Maiden Delivered for Its Masked and Tatted Fans

Iron Maiden landed in Denver in style yesterday — in the band's own jumbo jet — and just got more metal from there. Singer Bruce Dickinson, despite receiving treatment for a cancerous tumor last year, showed no signs of slowing down, playing the on-stage role of a mystic master of ceremonies and extolling the crowd to "Scream for me." Fans of the band began lining up at the Pepsi Center at 6 a.m., and many sported costumes and tattoos in tribute of Iron Maiden. Read the review. All photos by Brandon Marshall. 


Iron Maiden landed in Denver in style yesterday — in the band's own jumbo jet — and just got more metal from there. Singer Bruce Dickinson, despite receiving treatment for a cancerous tumor last year, showed no signs of slowing down, playing the on-stage role of a mystic master of ceremonies and extolling the crowd to "Scream for me." Fans of the band began lining up at the Pepsi Center at 6 a.m., and many sported costumes and tattoos in tribute of Iron Maiden. Read the review. All photos by Brandon Marshall. 
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