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Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson coming to Orlando next year as part of spoken-word tour

Posted By on Wed, Nov 10, 2021 at 12:50 PM

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Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson is hitting the road in North America early next year — but not as the frontman of his iconic British heavy metal group, but instead for a round of spoken-word dates.

The "Evening With Bruce Dickinson" jaunt will see the iron-lunged belter trading in the guitar pyrotechnics and grotesque Eddie banners of Maiden for a night of solo "storytelling, a-capella singing and audience Q&A" — according to Loudwire. The shows kick off in Fort Lauderdale and Orlando is the second date on this trek.



Dickinson, also a pilot and beer brewer, has done this style of show in Europe to a positive response. He's got no shortage of stories to tell.

Bruce Dickinson will spend the "Evening" at the Plaza Live on Jan. 18, 2022. Tickets are on sale now through AXS.



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