30 years on and 855 million albums later, IRON MAIDEN remains at the forefront of the "metal" music scene, continuing to represent a major influence on the contemporary music.
Ambiguously dubbed "The Final Frontier Tour" - permitting die-hard fans to embrace the idea that the group will continue to tour for at least three more decades, the 66-day round the world will start in Moscow on February 11, 2011, and include 29 performances in 26 cities spread across 13 countries and 5 continents. The tour is in support of a new Maiden Studio album, 'The Final Frontier' released in August 2010 by EMI Records soaring to the No.1 best-selling album in 28 countries
Two Indonesian Appearances
The tour plays two dates in Indonesia: appearing in Jakarta on Thursday, February 17, 2011, at the Stadium Utama Gelaro Bung Karno Senayan and on Sunday, February 20, 2011 in Bali at the Garuda Wisnu Kencana.
Promoters are promising the same extraordinary level of passion, total commitment and stunning musicianship that have been the trademark of the band's power-charged stage past appearances. From the air-raid siren vocals of Bruce Dickinson, to the soaring melodies of "3 Amigos" guitarists Dave Murray, Janick Gers and Adrian Smith - all forged into one dynamic powerhouse by the thunderous rhythm section of Steve Harris on bass and Nicko McBrain on drums.
Organized and promoted by Original Productions, the IRON MAIDEN February dates represents the first Indonesian appearance for the legendary group. Making their traditional Gothic entrance, IRON MAIDEN will be arriving in their customized Boeing 757 airliner Ed Force One which will be transport band, crew and an entire 10 ton stage production. Hitting high notes both on stage and en route, lead singer Bruce Dickinson, a qualified Airline Captain, will share the controls of the distinctively paintage jetliner.
Tickets are now on sales for both the Jakarta and Bali appearances.
[Iron Maiden Indonesian Tour O-Line Bookings]
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