I'm waiting for official info from the company... But Indonesia? I wouldn't have guessed that one.
That was my reaction too...
if people want them, i doubt the company is going to stop them from going
This is true, but I would think the company wants them to go to places where they can 1) expand the fanbase (= more profit eventually) and 2) earn more profit and prevent them from incurring losses with venue/setup/operation costs.
The Facebook page for this poster indicates that ticket prices will be announced in May 2011. I am skeptical about the poster's legitimacy and will also wait until an official announcement is made.
As much as I'd love to see them come to Canada (not North America, the United States are always lucky since they have big, famous conventions), it'd be highly unlikely they'd go there. Especially east or middle coast since the west coast (Vancouver) is closer to Japan. Anime North is popular within Canada, but not outside the country. Anyway, I think UFA is trying to promote themselves to an international audience since their other Asian music industry competitors (e.g., YG, JYP) are pushing out west, especially with their English blog. It only helps the company if they can attract a really wide audience for concerts.