Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson Announces 2022 Spoken Word Tour

Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson Announces 2022 Spoken Word Tour

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Iron Maiden‘s lead singer Bruce Dickinson will embark on an extensive North American spoken word tour early next year.

The two-month tour will kick off at Parker Playhouse in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on January 17.

Each show, titled “An Evening With Bruce Dickinson,” is split into two parts. The first section of the show sees Bruce taking a humorous and often satirical look at the world from his own very personal perspective.

“He is treating the audience to private insights into his drive and ambition, peppered with plenty of Maiden anecdotes, and a myriad of other experiences encompassing not just the giddy heights but also the extreme lows, told first-hand in his inimitable anarchic style, punctuated with photographs and sometimes even erupting into song a-capella, to illustrate a point,” the band explained in an announcement.

The final section of the evening is devoted entirely to a Q&A session, with the opportunity to pose questions on any subject.

Tickets will go on sale Friday.

Tour Dates:

17 Jan – Ft Lauderdale, Parker Playhouse18 Jan – Orlando, Plaza Live20 Jan – Tampa, Theatre21 Jan – Jacksonville, Florida Theatre23 Jan – Atlanta, Tabernacle24 Jan – Raleigh, Meymandi Concert Hall at Duke Energy Center26 Jan – Nashville, Polk Theater27 Jan – Columbus (OH), Jo Ann Davidson Theatre29 Jan – Pittsburgh, Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead30 Jan – Detroit, The Fillmore01 Feb – Buffalo-Niagara Falls, Buffalo State Performing Arts Center02 Feb – Albany, The Egg04 Feb – New York City, The Town Hall05 Feb – Boston, Schubert Theatre at the Boch Center07 Feb – Philadelphia, The Fillmore08 Feb – Washington DC, Warner Theatre10 Feb – Cleveland, MGM Northfield Park11 Feb – Chicago, Vic Theatre13 Feb – Minneapolis, Pantages Theatre14 Feb – Milwaukee-Racine, Pabst Theater16 Feb – Des Moines, Hoyt Sherman Place Theatre17 Feb – Oklahoma City, Rose State College Hudiberg Chevrolet Center19 Feb – Kansas City, Uptown Theater20 Feb – Denver, Paramount Theatre22 Feb – Dallas, Majestic Theatre23 Feb – Houston, Stafford Centre24 Feb – Austin, Paramount Theatre26 Feb – Phoenix, Mesa Arts Center28 Feb – San Diego, Balboa Theatre01 Mar – Los Angeles, Orpheum Theatre03 Mar – San Francisco, Palace of Fine Arts04 Mar – Portland (OR), Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall06 Mar – Seattle, The Moore Theatre12 Mar – Las Vegas, House Of Blues14 Mar – Vancouver (New Westminster), Massey Theatre16 Mar – Victoria, Royal Theatre18 Mar – Edmonton, Winspear Centre20 Mar – Winnipeg, Burton Cummings Theatre21 Mar – Calgary, Jack Singer Concert Hall23 Mar – Montreal, MTELUS26 Mar – Ottawa, Algonquin Commons Theatre27 Mar – Quebec City, Palais Montcalm29 Mar – Hamilton, FirstOntario Concert Hall30 Mar – Kitchener, Centre in the Square

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