Sat, December 3, 2016
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pmCrescent Ballroom
$26.00 GA / $32-36 RESERVED / $160.00 VIP
This event is 21 and over
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Do you already have seat tickets to see Henry Rollins and want to meet him after the show?
“Encore and Q&A” with Henry Rollins show? VIP Upgrades available!
-Early Venue Access for first choice seating
-Photograph with Henry Rollins
-Post- show “Encore and Q&A with Henry Rollins”
-Exclusive Encore Access Laminate
To purchase, please click here: http://omgvip.com/henry-rollins- vip-tickets/
Entertainment Weekly's list includes "Punk Rock icon. Spoken word poet. Actor. Author. DJ. Is there anything this guy can't do?" TV Guide has more concisely called him a "Renaissance Man" but if Henry Rollins could be reduced to a single word, that word would undoubtedly be "workaholic." When he's not traveling, Rollins prefers a to keep a relentless schedule full of work, with gigs as an actor, author, DJ, voice-over artist and TV show host to name a few of the roles that keep his schedule full. Rollins has toured the world as a spoken word artist, as frontman for both Rollins Band and Black Flag and as a solitary traveler with insatiable curiosity, favoring road-less-traveled locales in places such as Nepal, Sri Lanka, Siberia, North Korea, South Sudan and Iran.
Henry currently hosts a weekly radio show on L.A.'s renowned NPR affiliate KCRW, in addition to writing weekly columns for the LA Weekly and Rolling Stone Australia. In 2013, after previously anchoring shows for IFC and National Geographic, Henry joined the History Channel's H2 network as host of the TV show 10 Things You Don't Know About. In 2014, Henry received the prestigious Ray Bradbury Creativity Award in recognition for his lifelong contribution to the arts, his passion for social activism, as well as his intense passion for the importance of maintaining books and libraries.