Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson announces winter 2022 dates for his Spoken Word tour



Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson announces winter 2022 dates for his Spoken Word tour

In September, the English heavy metal band Iron Maiden releases Senjutsu, an erratic and bewildering album which earned the group highest position on the chart in the United States during their career of more than 40 years. In early 2022, band frontman Bruce Dickinson toured North America for a spoken word tour.

According to Brooklyn vegan, “An Evening With Bruce Dickinson” premieres Jan. 17 at Fort. Lauderdale and will end March 30 in Kitchener. Dickinson will be stopping in more than 40 cities throughout the tour, including the Polk Theater in Nashville, Town Hall in New York, the Orpheum Theater in LA, the Paramount Theaters in Denver and Austin, and the Fillmore in Detroit and Philadelphia.

The events will be divided into two sections, described as follows:

Divided into two parts, the first section of the show sees Bruce take a humorous and often satirical look at the world from his very personal perspective, offering audiences a private glimpse into his motivation and ambition, peppered with many Maiden anecdotes, and a myriad of other experiences encompassing not only the dizzying heights but also the extreme lows, told firsthand in his unmistakable anarchic style, punctuated with photographs and sometimes even burst into a capella song, to illustrate one point.

The last part of the evening is entirely devoted to a question-and-answer session, with the possibility of asking questions on any subject. As Bruce’s answers will all be completely improvised – the more left-handed and eccentric the question, the more interesting and convincing the answer is likely to be! “

Tickets go on sale Friday, November 5.

Jan 17 Ft Lauderdale, Parker Playhouse
January 18 Orlando, Plaza Live
Jan 20 Tampa, Theater
January 21 Jacksonville Theater, Florida
January 23 Atlanta, Tabernacle
January 24 Raleigh, Meymandi Concert Hall at Duke Energy Center
January 26 Nashville, Polk Theater
January 27 Columbus (OH), Jo Ann Davidson Theater
January 29 Pittsburgh, Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead
January 30 Detroit, The Fillmore
February 01 Buffalo-Niagara Falls, Buffalo State Performing Arts Center
02 February Albany, the egg
Feb 04 New York City, City Hall
05 Feb Boston, Schubert Theater at Boch Center
February 07 Philadelphia, The Fillmore
February 08 Washington DC, Warner Theater
February 10 Cleveland, MGM Northfield Park
February 11 Chicago, Vic Theater
February 13 Minneapolis, Pantages Theater
February 14 Milwaukee-Racine, Pabst Theater
February 16 Des Moines, Hoyt Sherman Place Theater
February 17 Oklahoma City, Rose State College Hudiberg Chevrolet Center
February 19 Kansas City, Uptown Theater
February 20 Denver, Paramount Theater
February 22 Dallas, Majestic Theater
February 23 Houston, Stafford Center
February 24 Austin, Paramount Theater
February 26 Phoenix, Mesa Arts Center
February 28 San Diego, Balboa Theater
March 01 Los Angeles, Orpheum Theater
March 03 San Francisco, Palace of Fine Arts
04 March Portland (OR), Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Mar 06 Seattle, The Moore Theater
March 12 Las Vegas, House Of Blues
March 14 Vancouver (New Westminster), Massey Theater
March 16 Victoria, Theater Royal
March 18 Edmonton, Winspear Center
March 20 Winnipeg, Burton Cummings Theater
March 21 Calgary, Jack Singer Concert Hall
March 23 Montreal, MTELUS
March 26 Ottawa, Algonquin Commons Theater
March 27 Quebec, Palais Montcalm
March 29 Hamilton, FirstOntario Concert Hall
March 30 Kitchener, Center in the Square




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