U2 adds South American dates

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by Rob Evans, SoundSpike Editor

U2 has announced new stops in Argentina, Chile and Brazil, bulking up the band's already stuffed 2011 calendar.

The latest additions to the band's "360 Tour" are March 25 in Santiago, Chile; March 30 in Buenos Aires, Argentina; and April 9 and 10 in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

The stadium rockers next play in the U.S. May 21 in Denver, and will follow that with more than 20 additional shows in North America through July.

The vast majority of the North American dates on U2's 2011 schedule are make-goods for shows postponed from earlier this year, when frontman Bono suffered a back injury.

The band is currently touring Australia. Other countries on the schedule include South Africa and Mexico.

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