LOS ANGELES (www.henryrollins.com) - Dates have been announced for "25 Years of Bullshit," HENRY ROLLINS's IFC-sponsored two month, 43 show tour kicking off at the end of September. HENRY is keeping his bags packed, but unpacking some baggage, mixing timely commentary on politics, pop culture, and his most recent exploits with some of his favorite stories from 5 years on the road. HENRY's latest show promises both to incite and offer insight; to enrage and enlighten; to draw both laughs and ire. HENRY continues to strip current events down to their seemingly obvious core, while coming armed and ready with both thoughtfully researched facts and a wealth of personal experience.
"Since the last tour I have done a lot of extensive travel to Iraq, Kuwait, Siberia, South Korea and other places and picked up some hopefully interesting stories," notes HENRY. "We are living in interesting times and as bad as things are, I draw considerable inspiration from some of the things I'm seeing and people I'm meeting. I'm looking forward to getting out on the road and talking about it all."
HENRY also serves up a fat slice of subversive and topical discussions triggered by films past and present in his IFC TV series HENRY'S FILM CORNER. The show, which premiered in December, airs several times throughout the month. The current season - which has featured such guests as Michael Madsen, Rob Zombie, and Billy Bob Thornton - concludes when HENRY is joined by Philip Seymour Hoffman for an episode premiering the first week of September. The multi-dimensional show combines HENRY's passion for film and his intellectual yet entertaining reviews with uncensored, no-holds-barred debate about films, celebrities, and social and political issues in America.
Barely two months after returning from an 11-day USO tour of the South Pacific, HENRY heads to Egypt on August 25 to entertain American troops yet again. The trek marks HENRY's sixth USO excursion in less than two years. His previous USO tours have also included Afghanistan, Qatar, and Kyrgystan in late 2003; Iraq and Kuwait in May, 2004; Honduras in August, 2004; and Afghanistan in December, 2004.
HENRY the actor appears later this year in The Alibi with Steve Coogan and Rebecca Romijn-Stamos, and has a lead role in the Weinsteins' Project Greenlight feature Feast, due out in January, 2006.
Meanwhile, the DVD from HENRY's most recent tour - entitled Shock and Awe - was recently released on HENRY's own 2.13.61, while his latest written work, Roomanitarian, will be published by 2.13.61 in November.
HENRY plays a handful of college dates in September prior to embarking upon "25 Years of Bullshit."
For further information be sure to check out https://www.henryrollins.com, https://www.21361.com, and the Henry's Film Corner web site at https://www.ifctv.com/henry/index.html.
HENRY ROLLINS COLLEGE TOUR DATES
Sept. 9 Ames, IA Iowa State University
Sept. 10 Ukiah, CA Mendocino College
Sept. 13 Hartford, CT Mark Twain House
Sept. 15 Johnson City, TN ETSU
Sept. 16 Baltimore, MD SONAR
Sept. 28 Santa Barbara, CA SoHo
HENRY ROLLINS "25 YEARS OF BULLSHIT" TOUR DATES
Sept. 29 Phoenix, AZ Celebrity Theater
Sept. 30 Albuquerque, NM Sunshine Theater
Oct. 1 Canyon, TX WT Events Center
Oct. 3 Oklahoma City, OK Bricktown Events Center
Oct. 4 Dallas, TX Lakewood Theatre
Oct. 5 Austin, TX La Zona Rosa
Oct. 6 San Antonio, TX Sunset Station
Oct. 7 Houston, TX The Meridian
Oct. 8 New Orleans, LA House of Blues
Oct. 9 Lake Buena Vista, FL House of Blues
Oct. 11 Tampa, FL Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center
Oct. 12 West Palm Beach, FL Carefree Theatre
Oct. 13 Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse
Oct. 14 Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse
Oct. 15 Alexandria, VA The Birchmere
Oct. 17 Pittsburgh, PA Byham Theater
Oct. 18 Albany, NY Empire State Theater
Oct. 19 Boston, MA Berklee Performing Arts Center
Oct. 21 Asbury Park, NJ Paramount
Oct. 22 Atlantic City, NJ Borgata Music Box
Oct. 23 Toronto, ON Convocation Hall
Oct. 25 Buffalo, NY Sphere Entertainment Complex
Oct. 26 Ann Arbor, MI Michigan Theatre
Oct. 27 Kalamazoo, MI State Theatre
Oct. 28 Cleveland, OH Agora Theater
Oct. 29 Cincinnati, OH Bogart's
Oct. 30 Milwaukee, WI Eagles Club
Nov. 1 Madison, WI Barrymore Theater
Nov. 2 Chicago, IL Vic Theatre
Nov. 3 St. Louis, MO The Pageant
Nov. 4 Lawrence, KS Liberty Hall
Nov. 5 Boulder, CO Macky Auditorium/University of Colorado
Nov. 7 Reno, NV Reno Hilton Theater
Nov. 8 San Francisco, CA Palace of Fine Arts
Nov. 9 Sacramento, CA Crest Theatre
Nov. 10 Portland, OR Aladdin Theater
Nov. 11 Spokane, WA The Met
Nov. 12 Seattle, WA Moore Theatre
Nov. 14 Vancouver, BC Vogue Theater
Nov. 15 Edmonton, AB Francis Winspear Centre
Nov. 16 Calgary, AB MacEwan Hall
Nov. 25 San Diego, CA 4th & B
Nov. 26 Las Vegas, NV House of Blues