BRUCE DICKINSON Says US Solo Tour Supporting “The Mandrake Project” Could Happen In 2025

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Iron Maiden‘s incombustible frontman, Bruce Dickinson, has hinted at a potential US tour for his recently released solo album, “The Mandrake Project,” in 2025.

In a recent interview on SiriusXM‘s “Trunk Nation With Eddie Trunk,” Dickinson revealed that industry representatives who witnessed his explosive performance at the Whisky a Go Go in West Hollywood are now eager to bring the tour stateside.

“I brought the booking agents and the promoters, and everybody came down and saw the Whisky show in West Hollywood, California over the weekend, and now they know what they’ve got to deal with in terms of doing a U.S. tour. So, we’re looking at it, we’re planning it.” Dickinson revealed (as transcribed by Blabbermouth)

While his schedule for the remainder of 2024 is already packed with international commitments and Iron Maiden‘s upcoming tour, it appears 2025 is wide open for a US invasion.

“I absolutely wanna do a full U.S. tour with ‘The Mandrake Project‘. I obviously can’t do one for the rest of this year due to commitments in other parts of the world and Maiden’s upcoming touring activities, but there’s ’25 and there are numerous opportunities that will crop up. So the answer to that is yes, of course, we wanna come and do the U.S,” he added.

This news comes after Dickinson launched his first solo tour in over two decades, kicking things off at The Observatory in Santa Ana, California, after two consecutive warm-up nights at the Whisky a Go Go.

Fans were treated to a new band lineup featuring familiar faces like drummer Dave Moreno, bassist Tanya O’Callaghan, and keyboardist Mistheria, alongside some fresh talent including guitarists Philip Näslund and Chris Declercq. However, longtime collaborator Roy “Z” Ramirez is noticeably absent from the touring group.

So, American metalheads, keep an eye out for further announcements. Bruce Dickinson and “The Mandrake Project” might just be landing in your city next year!


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