The incident set the band's first song was during at HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, according to Terra reports
Opening with "Satellite 15...The Final Frontier,” Maiden’s lead singer, Bruce Dickinson, the phase separation barrier fans feel broke and the crowd by the members of the group were ahead.
Dickinson urged the crowd to take it easy. "Hey guys, please calm down. Everyone, take a step backward. The fence broke and it's dangerous. We do not want anyone to get hurt," he announced.
A 10 minute delay to fix a barricade became 20, then Dickinson on stage before the audience back to update.
He said, "The fence is completely broken. We do not want anyone to get hurt", advising fans to pick up a bracelet before leaving the venue giving them access to tomorrow night's show.
He added, "We cannot play tonight, but tomorrow, at the same time, we'll be here. Everyone who has a ticket or bracelet will be able to enter. Those of you who cannot make tomorrow's concert will be given a refund."
Iron Maiden concert show at HSBC Arena is confirmed for Monday, March 28. Here’s the statement from the promoters, Evenpro:
The Iron Maiden Concert at HSBC ARENA has been postponed to Monday, March, 28th due to technical problems with the barricade provided in front of the stage.
This decision was taken by HSBC ARENA in agreement with the band's staff, because it's their priority not to put fans' safety in risk.
Iron Maiden will stay in Rio de Janeiro one more day to be able to make the show and not leave Rio de Janeiro out of this leg of The Final Frontier Tour.
All the fans at tonight (Sunday) concert must bring their tickets stub tomorrow to be allowed entry the concert.