Iron Maiden are halfway through the North American portion of their "Maiden England World Tour."
The trek will hit more than 30 cities before it wraps up on August 18 in Houston, TX.
The tour closely mirrors, in terms of production and content, the original 1988 concert video of the same name, shot on the "Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son Tour."
On Thursday, Maiden rolled into Indianapolis for a show at the Klipsch Music Center, along with tour mate Alice Cooper.
During their headlining set, Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson busted a fan for not paying attention.
"Oh, for f**k's sake, the man the white shirt, you've been texting for the last three f**king songs! You're a wanker!," said Dickinson to wild applause at the opening of "Wasted Years."
Maiden begin a series of dates in Western Canada on Thursday in Calgary.