Henry Rollins has unveiled details of his previously postponed and now rescheduled ‘Good To See You’ UK and European tour.
The tour will see Rollins take his “talking shows” on the road in 2023 and visit venues in a host of UK towns and cities including Buxton, Liverpool, Belfast, London, Manchester and more. He will also venture across Europe on the extensive tour.
A press release said: “On the ‘Good To See You’ tour…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 tell.”
Earlier this year, Rollins cancelled his upcoming ‘Good To See You’ tour in the UK and Europe. The former Black Flag and Rollins Band frontman, presenter and spoken-word artist had been due to start his one-man “talking show” but scrapped the dates “due to the surge in COVID-19 and the challenges it presents.”
Speaking about the rescheduled tour, Rollins said: “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 1 – 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 5 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 Rollins’ ‘Good To See You’ tour includes the following UK and Ireland dates in 2023:
March 24 – Bexhill-On-Sea, UK – De La Warr Pavilion
March 25 – Liverpool, UK – Mountford Hall
March 26 – Dublin, Ireland – Vicar Street
March 28 – Belfast, UK – Limelight
March 29 – Glasgow, UK – Pavilion Theatre
March 30 – Whitley Bay, UK – The Playhouse, Whitley Bay
March 31 – Buxton, UK – Buxton Opera House
April 1 – Birmingham, UK – Town Hall
April 2 – Nottingham, UK – Albert Hall
April 3 – Cardiff, UK – Tramshed
April 4 – Bath, UK – Komedia Bath
April 5 – London, UK – The London Palladium
April 6 – Manchester, UK – The Bridgewater Hall
April 7 – Cambridge, UK – Cambridge Corn Exchange.