2022 will see Henry Rollins return to the stage in the UK and Europe with his engaging and often hilarious ‘talking shows’.

The “Good To See You 2022” 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 promises he has got some great stories to tell.

2022 Tour Dates:

01/09 – Berlin – Huxleys Neue Welt
01/10 – Hamburg – Friedrich-Ebert-Halle
01/11 – Copenhagen – Studie2, DR House
01/12 – Stockholm – Gota Lejon
01/13 – Oslo – Kulturkirken Jakob
01/15 – Helsinki – Kultuuritalo
01/17 – Athens – Votanikos
01/19 – Trondheim – Byscenen
01/21 – Stavanger – Folken
01/22 – Bergen – USF Verftet
01/23 – Gothenburg – Stora Teatern
01/24 – Malmö – Palladium
01/25 – Leipzig – Felsenkeller
01/26 – Warsaw – Palladium
01/27 – Prague – Divadlo Archa
01/28 – Ludwigsburg – Scala Ludwigsburg
01/29 – Munich – Muffathalle
01/30 – Winterthur – Casino Theatre
01/31 – Mannheim – Capitol
02/01 – Antwerp – De Roma
02/02 – Ghent – Vooruit
02/03 – Brussels – Ancienne Belgique
02/04 – Cologne – Kulturkirche
02/05 – Amsterdam – Paradiso
02/06 – Tilburg – 013 Poppodium
02/07 – Groningen – Stadsschouwburg Groningen
02/08 – Essen – Lichtburg
02/09 – Nurnberg – Z-Bau
02/10 – Dudelange – Opderschmelz
02/11 – Frankfurt – Alte Oper Frankfurt
02/12 – Paris – La Gaîté Lyrique
02/15 – Moscow – Izvestia Hall
02/18 – Bexhill-On-Sea – De La Warr Pavilion
02/19 – Buxton – Opera House
02/20 – London – London Palladium
02/21 – Cardiff – Tramshed
02/22 – Bath – Komedia
02/23 – Whitley Bay – The Playhouse
02/24 – Nottingham – Albert Hall
02/25 – Cambridge – Corn Exchange
02/26 – Birmingham – Town Hall
02/27 – Liverpool – Grand Central Hall
02/28 – Manchester – The Bridgewater Hall

Tickets are available now from www.henryrollins.com

Artwork for ‘The Good To See You 2022’ Henry Rollins Tour

I have an unhealthy obsession with bad horror movies, the song Wanted Dead Or Alive and crap British game shows. I do this not because of the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll lifestyle it affords me but more because it gives me an excuse to listen to bands that sound like hippos mating.