HENRY ROLLINS – beguns European tour next week

HENRY ROLLINS – beguns European tour next week



In describing Henry Rollins, the tendency is to try to squeeze as many labels as possible into a single sentence. “Rollins is many things,” says The Washington Post, “diatribist, confessor, provocateur, humorist, even motivational speaker…his is an enthusiastic and engaging chatter.” They’re not wrong.

2023 will see Henry return to the stage in the UK and Europe with his engaging and often hilarious ‘talking shows’.  The “Good To See You 2022tour will see the multipotentialite visit the following venues STARTING NEXT WEEK

1st    Reykjavik, Iceland –  Norðurljós 
4th    Bratislava, Slovakia – Majestic Music Club
7th    Ljubljana, Slovenia –  Kino Siska 
8th    Zagreb, Croatia –  Culture Factory 
9th    Vienna, Austria –  Gartenbaukino 
10th    Graz, Austria –  Orpheum 
11th    Belgrade, Serbia –  MTS Dvorana- Cutdown 
12th     Budapest, Hungary –  RAM Színház 
13th      Krakow, Poland –  Studio 
14th      Prague, Czech Replublic –  Divadlo Na Fidlovačce
15th      Warsaw, Poland –  Palladium 
18th      Tallin, Estonia –  Kulturrikeskus 
19th      Helsinki, Finland –  Kultuuritalo 
21st      Tampere, Finland –  Tullikamarin Pakkahuone 
23rd      Trondheim, Norway –  Byscenen 
24th      Oslo, Norway –  Sentrum Scene 
25th      Stavanger, Norway –  Kuppelhallen 
26th      Gothenburg, Sweden –  Stenhammarsalen 
27th      Stockholm, Sweden –  Gota Lejon 
28th      Malmo, Sweden –  Palladium 
1st      Copenhagen, Denmark –  DR Koncerthuset 
2nd      Aarhus, Denmark –  Train 
3rd      Hamburg, Germany –  Friedrich-Ebert Halle 
4th      Berlin, Germany – Theater am Potsdamer Platz 
5th      Heidelburg, Germany –  Karlstorbahnhof 
6th      Cologne, Germany –  Kulturkirche 
7th      Zurich, Switzerland – Kaufleuten 
8th      Dortmund, Germany –  FZW 
9th      Hannover, Germany –  Theater Am Aegi 
10th      Wiesbaden, Germany –  Schlachthof 
11th      Dusseldorf, Germany –  Savoy Theater 
12th      Ludwigsburg, Germany –  Scala 
13th      Tilburg, Netherlands –  013 Poppodium 
14th      Leipzig, Germany –  FelsenKeller 
15th      Munich, Germany –  Werk7 Theater 
16th      Luxembourg,  Opderschmelz 
17th      Fribourg, Switzerland Fri-Son 
18th      Paris, France –  Café De la Danse 
19th      Amsterdam, Netherlands –  Paradiso 
20th      Groningen, Netherlands –  Stadsschouwburg Groningen 
21st     Leuven, Belgium –  Het Depot 
22nd      Ghent, Belgium – Vooruit
23rd      Antwerp, Belgium – De Roma 
24th     Bexhill-On-Sea, UK – De La Warr Pavilion
25th     Liverpool, UK – Mountford Hall
26th      Dublin, Ireland – Vicar Street 
27th    Cork, County Cork, Ireland – Cyprus Avenue
28th     Belfast, UK – Limelight 
29th      Glasgow, UK – Pavilion Theatre 
30th    Whitley Bay, UK – The Playhouse, Whitley Bay 
31st      Buxton, UK –  Buxton Opera House 
1st      Birmingham, UK –  Town Hall 
2nd      Nottingham, UK –  Albert Hall 
3rd      Cardiff, UK –  Tramshed 
4th      Bath, UK –  Komedia Bath 
5th      London, UK –  The London Palladium 
6th     Manchester, UK –  The Bridgewater Hall 
7th     Cambridge, UK –  Cambridge Corn Exchange


Upon announcing the tour, Rollins shared – 

Hello! Henry Rollins here. Very happy to announce I’ve got a ton of shows all over Europe / UK on my GOOD TO SEE YOU tour, February 1st–April 7, 2023. 

It’s always good to be on tour with a show every night but this time around, it seems better than ever. There were several months where I didn’t think I’d be doing shows ever again. The tour of North America started in March of 2022 and ends in Honolulu on November 5th at 114 shows. I’ve got a lot of stories since I was last with you, travel before COVID and some truly crazy/memorable events that transpired over the last couple of years, which made perfect material for storytelling. I’d rather not get into it here but ask (beg) you show up to hear me roll it out in person. I’m excited about next year’s shows already and feel so fortunate to have them to look forward to. The last time I was in Europe was 2018. It hurts to know it’s been that long. I hope to see you soon. Henry

On the ‘Good To See You’ tour (artwork by longtime friend and collaborator Shepard Fairey) Henry will faithfully recount the events of his life in the brief pre-COVID period since the last tour and when things got even stranger over the last several months. It’s been an interesting time, to say the least, and he’s got some great stories to to tell.

PHOTO CREDIT – Ross Halfin

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