RIA Novosti said the band, which was formed in 1969, is to play Moscow's Olimpiyski stadium May 18 and St. Petersburg's Nova Arena stadium May 20.
"The program of the tour will likely to include only hits. They have not played together for a long time, and it is going to be a present for their fans," Vladimir Zubitsy, the promoter of the band's Russian concerts, told RIA Novosti.
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