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But I don't want Coheed Didn't you get Dream Theater few years ago? Gimme them and you can have Ghost. I'll probably never get a chance to see Dream Theater headlining here and don't care enough to go see them abroad, so them opening for Maiden would be perfect.
I think they said big British band. I've never even heard of them. They're plans must've changed with Bruce's cancer.They are touring with a British band in 2015: Sylosis.
I bought tickets for both Vancouver and Seattle for the Somewhere Back in Time tour in 2008, but ended up selling my Seattle ticket. I feel like the same would happen this time around if they do both. Be excited, get tickets for both, at some point realize I need money, and sell Seattle.I can't wait for the dates to be announced! If they do Seattle and Vancouver like in 2012, I'm going to both. I may do Texas too if they announce a show there.
I'm sure, as are all of you, that the 3 dates in the U.S. will be coastal... but I hold out hope for a show here in Denver on their return later in the year. I'm guessing that with a big 747, they're going to have to play cities with big international airports close to the venues they'll be playing. Hopefully, that means here on the Front Range. If not, I'll gladly go to Vegas or Phoenix, if either of those get a show. Can't freakin' wait.
And, as long as we're talking fantasy openers... I'd love to see Amon Amarth open for Maiden.
Nice, I'm just a bit north of you guys. I'm also hoping they go to Denver, that's where I saw them 3 years ago.Nice another denver member! Welcome!