The rock band are raising money for victims of the recent disaster in Japan.
Iron Maiden are the latest band to offer help to the recent victims of the Japan disaster.
The band will give proceeds from T-shirt sales to the earthquake sticken country, after cancelling their Japanese tour dates because of the recent events.
Maiden’s manager, Ron Smallwood said, “We will be donating the proceeds from sales of the Japanese event shirt available from the Official Iron Maiden Shop (i.e. the shirt without tour dates on) to a charity assisting victims of the earthquake. Feedback from our Fanclub Forum suggests our fans fully support this proposal. We plan to do likewise with the stock of event shirts currently in Tokyo, which were due to be sold onsite at the Tokyo venue (i.e. the shirt with tour dates on). Details will follow as soon as possible as to where these will be available from, once we have worked out shipping, etc.”
Iron Maiden tickets are on sale for the band’s summer UK arena tour.