Henry Rollins announces Orlando appearance in 2022

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PHOTO COURTESY HENRY ROLLINS/FACEBOOK
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Punk elder statesman Henry Rollins has announced a return to the road in 2022, and he will be including Orlando in his travels.

The author, spoken-word performer and former Black Flag/Rollins Band singer this week confirmed the dates for his extensive "Good To See You" tour — words I cannot imagine Rollins saying without a grimace — kicking off in March 2022.



Rollins will perform a new one-man show based around his life running up to and during the pandemic.

The "Good To See You" tour will reach Florida in early April, with a handful of dates including an April 7, 2022, headlining performance at the Plaza Live.



Tickets are currently available for Rollins' Orlando return through AXS and will run you $29-$50.



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