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Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson Plots 2022 Tour

Bruce Dickinson

The spoken word trek kicks off on January 17

Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson has announced a 2022 spoken word tour. An Evening with Bruce Dickinson will see the singer trek across North America starting on January 17. The tour runs through March 30.

The performance is a deep dive into Dickinson’s own life and career, followed by a Q&A with the audience where Dickinson stresses that no subject is off limits.

The singer recently revealed his show was inspired by legendary British writer and actor Quentin Crisp. “When I did this biography – What Does This Button Do? – they said, ‘Well, let’s go on a short tour doing readings from the book,'” Dickinson told BBC Radio 2 this past summer. “And I went, ‘Well, that’s a bit boring. Why would anybody just turn up? They can read the book themselves.’ So I sort of enhanced it with a few ripe stories, and it went down very well. And then I added to it with a bit of improv. So the last 45 minutes is based on something that I saw Quentin Crisp [do], of all people.”

Iron Maiden is returning to North America this fall for another installment of their acclaimed Legacy of the Beast Tour. The arena trek is in support of their latest album Senjutsu. The album peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200. It claimed the top spot on both the Billboard Top Rock and Top Hard Rock Albums charts.

“I’m really excited about the new additions to the stage production, and we can’t wait for everyone to see what we’ve got planned,” Dickinson says of the upcoming Maiden run. “The whole band has really enjoyed the Legacy tour and now we just can’t wait get back out on the road to play live, have fun and see everyone again.”

An Evening Bruce Dickinson

1/17 – Ft Lauderdale, FL @ Parker Playhouse
1/18 – Orlando, FL @ Plaza Live
1/20 – Tampa, FL @ Theatre
1/21 – Jacksonville, FL @ Florida Theatre
1/23 – Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle
1/24 – Raleigh, NC @ Meymandi Concert Hall at Duke Energy Center
1/26 – Nashville, TN @ Polk Theater
1/27 – Columbus, OH @ Jo Ann Davidson Theatre
1/29 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead
1/30 – Detroit, MI @ The Fillmore
2/01 – Buffalo, NY @ Buffalo State Performing Arts Center
2/02 – Albany, NY @ The Egg
2/04 – New York City, NY @ The Town Hall
2/05 – Boston, MA @ Schubert Theatre at the Boch Center
2/07 – Philadelphia, PA @ The Fillmore
2/08 – Washington, DC @ Warner Theatre
2/10 – Cleveland, OH @ MGM Northfield Park
2/11 – Chicago, IL @ Vic Theatre
2/13 – Minneapolis, MN @ Pantages Theatre
2/14 – Milwaukee, WI @ Pabst Theater
2/16 – Des Moines, IA @ Hoyt Sherman Place Theatre
2/17 – Oklahoma City, OK @ Rose State College Hudiburg Chevrolet Center
2/19 – Kansas City, MO @ Uptown Theater
2/20 – Denver, CO @ Paramount Theatre
2/22 – Dallas, TX @ Majestic Theatre
2/23 – Houston, TX @ Stafford Centre
2/24 – Austin, TX @ Paramount Theatre
2/26 – Phoenix, AZ @ Mesa Arts Center
2/28 – San Diego, CA @ Balboa Theatre
3/01 – Los Angeles, CA @ Orpheum Theatre
3/03 – San Francisco, CA @ Palace of Fine Arts
3/04 – Portland, OR @ Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
3/06 – Seattle, WA @ The Moore Theatre
3/12 – Las Vegas, NV @ House Of Blues
3/14 – Vancouver, BC @ Massey Theatre
3/16 – Victoria, BC @ Royal Theatre
3/18 – Edmonton, AB @ Winspear Centre
3/20 – Winnipeg, MB @ Burton Cummings Theatre
3/21 – Calgary, AB @ Jack Singer Concert Hall
3/23 – Montreal, QC @ MTELUS
3/26 – Ottawa @ Algonquin Commons Theatre
3/27 – Quebec City, QC @ Palais Montcalm
3/29 – Hamilton, ON @ FirstOntario Concert Hall
3/30 – Kitchener, ON @ Centre in the Square