Classics, flamethrowers and Post Malone in the audience: See how Iron Maiden was at Rock in Rio

Iron Maiden entered the World Stage, this Friday (2), with the weight of their experience at Rock in Rio. The only band that was in the first edition of the festival, in 1985, the sextet played a show that ignited the audience present in the City of Rock.

A spectacle of sound and images, the presentation had some of the greatest classics of heavy metal. From vocalist Bruce Dickinson with a flamethrower to Eddie on stage, the 15-song performance was intense, bringing different generations together in chants of “Olê Olê Olê Olê, Maiden Maiden.”

See a summary of the performance below:

CLASSICS ON STAGE

Iron Maiden lifted the crowd with “Fear Of The Dark”…

…and kept the pace up there with “Run To The Hills”

PERFORMATIC STYLE

From the start of the show, Eddie stole the show with his appearances.

And then there was Bruce with a flamethrower!

RAP ASTRO WATCHING THE SHOW WITH THE GUYS

The famous rapper Post Malone will perform tomorrow (3) at Rock in Rio. But he already went to the City of Rock today to see the metal legends up close.

Recommended Posts