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- Posted on Aug 2nd 2010 10:15AM by Matt Glazebrook
"It's a massive commitment to come and see a band," the singer told Sky News. "They deserve not just a great show, but reasonable ticket prices. It's just not right, you know -- it's a rock 'n' roll show, it's not a cash cow."
Tickets for the London band's current tour in support of this month's --15th studio album -- 'The Final Frontier' find Dickinson and company not always practising what they preach.
Shows in Spain and Italy range from £50 to £60 while the band's Aug. 11th concert in Bergen, Norway, will set you back a hefty £80. However, a spot at Maiden's Romanian performance a few days later can be yours for less than £20.
While they have no British headline shows lined up, but Maiden performed at the Sonisphere Festival at the weekend. The metal veterans closed the Knebworth bash after sets from Slayer, Alice Cooper, Mötley Crüe, Iggy and the Stooges, the Cult, Anthrax and more.