Henry Rollins To Play Every State Capital This Fall

    Henry Rollins did really well at elementary school geography, apparently. The godfather of hardcore is heading out on quite the meticulously planned tour this fall.

    Starting on September 6 in Honolulu, the Black Flag frontman will play shows in all 50 state capitals (yes, even the boring ones). The whole thing comes to a close in Washington, DC the night before the 2012 presidential election. Take a look at the full schedule below. [CoS]

    Henry Rollins tour dates:

    09.06 Honolulu, HI: Hawaiian Brian’s
    09.08 Juneau, AK: Arts & Culture Center
    09.10 Olympia, WA: The Capitol Theater
    09.11 Salem, OR: Historic Elsinore Theatre
    09.13 Sacramento, CA: Crest Theatre
    09.14 Carson City, NV: Brewery Arts Center
    09.15 Phoenix, AZ: Crescent Ballroom
    09.16 Salt Lake City, UT: The State Room
    09.18 Boise, ID: Knitting Factory
    09.19 Helena, MT: Myrna Loy Center
    09.20 Cheyenne, WY: Cheyenne Depot Museum
    09.21 Denver, CO: Paramount Theatre
    09.22 Santa Fe, NM: Sol Santa Fe
    09.23 Austin, TX: Scottish Rite Theater
    09.24 Oklahoma City, OK: Diamond Ballroom
    09.26 Pierre, SD: TF Riggs High School (“South Dakota Book Festival”)
    09.27 St. Paul, MN: Fitzgerald Theater
    09.28 Bismarck, ND: Dakota Stage Playhouse
    09.30 Lincoln, NE: Rococo Theatre
    10.01 Des Moines, IA: Wooly’s
    10.02 Topeka, KS: Hills Festival Hall at Topeka PAC
    10.03 Little Rock, AR: Juanita’s
    10.04 Jefferson City, MO: Etta & Joseph Miller PAC
    10.05 Indianapolis, IN: Egyptian Room at Old National Centre
    10.06 Columbus, OH: LC Pavilion
    10.08 Lansing, MI: Cooley Temple at Thomas M. Cooley Law School
    10.09 Madison, WI: Barrymore Theatre
    10.10 Nashville, TN: Belcourt Theater
    10.11 Springfield, IL: Hoogland Center For The Arts
    10.12 Frankfort, KY: Grand Theatre
    10.14 Jackson, MS: Duling Hall
    10.15 Baton Rouge, LA: Manship Theatre
    10.16 Montgomery, AL: Capri Theatre
    10.17 Tallahassee, FL: Ruby Diamond Concert Hall at FSU
    10.18 Atlanta, GA: Variety Playhouse
    10.19 Columbia, SC: Columbia Museum Of Art
    10.20 Raleigh, NC: Lincoln Theatre
    10.21 Richmond, VA: The National
    10.23 Charleston, WV: Culture Center Theater
    10.24 Harrisburg, PA: Whitaker Center
    10.25 Albany, NY: The Egg
    10.26 Montpelier, VT: Alumni Hall at Vermont College Of Fine Arts
    10.27 Concord, NH: Capitol Center for the Arts
    10.28 Augusta, ME: Cony High School Auditorium
    10.30 Boston, MA: Berklee Performing Arts Center
    10.31 Dover, DE: Schwartz Center For The Arts
    11.01 Providence, RI: Lupo’s
    11.02 Hartford, CT: Webster Theater
    11.03 Trenton, NJ: New Jersey State Museum Auditorium
    11.04 Annapolis, MD: Rams Head On Stage
    11.05 Washington, DC: 9:30 Club