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Iced Earth, Sons of Liberty Announce Select North American Tour Dates in 2010

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ICED EARTH has confirmed four North American tour dates for the Fall of 2010. Meant as an "Escape From The Studio," these exclusive dates will also get fans the chance to see Jon Schaffer's new project SONS OF LIBERTY on stage for their first-ever live performances.

Jon Schaffer comments: "It has been too long since we played North America and after the South American shows we felt we should bring a 'Greatest Hits'-set to our loyal fans in the US. I am also very much looking forward to introducing SONS OF LIBERTY to the Minions. See you out there!"

For the dates listed below, ICED EARTH will be offering a very limited number of fans the opportunity to attend the show as the band’s guest VIPs. Fans who purchase a VIP package with www.icedearth.com will receive the following:

- A General Admission Ticket
- VIP meet and greet with Iced Earth
- Autographed tour poster
- Iced Earth Flag
- Limited Edition Iced Earth T-Shirt
- VIP commemorative laminate

The VIP packages are very limited and available on a first-come/ first-serve basis. The VIP package cost is $75 including the concert ticket.

VIP packages via www.icedearth.com are available since April 21. Regular tickets sales via Ticketmaster and all other outlets will not begin until May 7 and will be subject to local service fees.

Here are the Iced Earth/Sons of Liberty U.S. tour dates:

Fri/Sep-10 - Washington DC -- 9:30 Club
Tue/Sep-21 - Chicago IL -- House of Blues
Thu/Sep-23 - New York NY -- Nokia Theater Times Square
Sat/Sep-25 - West Hollywood CA -- House of Blues

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