(NEW YORK) -- Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson isn't finished flying his plane, or his bandmates, around the world just yet. The band has announced new tour dates in 2011 that will take them through five continents in 66 days in support of their new album, The Final Frontier.
The first show will take place on Feb. 11 in Moscow, Russia and they'll keep playing until July 10, with a final show in St. Petersburg, Russia. Along the way, they'll play shows for the first time in Singapore and South Korea along with performances in the U.S., Mexico, South America, Australia and Europe.
Tickets can be purchased through the band's website starting Thursday.
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