The adjective 'mythical', and I think it falls quite short, said to try to define what more than 35 a thousand people lived last Thursday night in the National Stadium of the Peruvian capital, is the one that the vast majority mention when talking about the concert offered by the Iron Maiden.
La Iron lady offered, without a doubt, the most important musical event in the history of Lima y Bruce Dickinson wanted to reward the call and delivery of the public promising to return, probably for the presentation of the new CD of the group:
"I promise that this will not be the last time in Lima… there are more than thirty thousand people in the stadium… this is the biggest concert ever seen".
Between the consumption of Peruvian Pisco, the appearance of a Eddie gigantic on stage and beating some pyrotechnic problems, the legendary English group wasted heavy metal in every corner of the crowded venue and offered a show of a quality that is only achieved thanks to experience and more than thirty years of remaining faithful to its musical principles.
As far as is known, it was second most important concert of their current tour (in call parameters).
We hope it will be repeated soon.
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