SLAYER, GHOST To Support IRON MAIDEN In South America

April 11, 2013

British heavy metal legends IRON MAIDEN will return to Argentina this summer to make their first-ever appearance at the legendary River Plate Stadium in Buenos Aires on September 27. They will also be making a first-ever visit to Paraguay on September 29 to play the Jockey Club in Asuncion.

On October 2, they will return to headline the Estadio Nacional in Santiago, Chile, where the Blu-ray/DVD "En Vivo" was filmed in 2011.

Very special guests at all shows will be thrash masters SLAYER, with support also from Swedish heavy rock phenomenon GHOST.

Tickets for Argentina and Chile go on sale on April 18 at 10 a.m.

Tickets for Paraguay go on sale on May 2 at 10 a.m.

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