Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson is coming to Orlando next year as part of a Spoken Words tour

Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson is coming to Orlando next year as part of a Spoken Words tour

Wednesday 10 November 2021

by Matthew Muir day Wednesday 10 November 2021 in a 12:50 pm

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  • Photo courtesy of Plaza Live / Facebook

Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson is taking to the road in North America early next year – but not as the lead of his popular British heavy metal group, but instead on a tour of speaking appointments.

“An Evening with Bruce Dickinson” will see a short ride with an iron dash of fiery guitars and quirky Eddie banners for Bakr for a solo night “storytelling, a cappella singing, and Q&A for the audience” — according to Ludwire. Shows begin in Fort Lauderdale and Orlando is the second date on this trip.

Dickinson, who is also a pilot and brewer, did this style of show in Europe for a positive response. He has no shortage of stories to tell.

Bruce Dickinson will spend “The Evening” at Plaza Live on January 18, 2022. Tickets are now on sale through AXS.

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