Dream Theater Keyboardist Jordan Rudess Announces Solo Tour

Last we heard from Dream Theater keyboard player Jordan Rudess was when we included his benefit EP on our list of artist-driven initiatives to help people in the Ukraine. Now, however, Jordan has announced a U.S. solo tour, to kick off this June.

According to the video teaser that he posted on his YouTube, Jordan is hitting 22 cities in total, some of which he’s never played solo before. The concerts will include a 15-minute instrumental medley of Dream Theater tracks, which Jordan arranged with help from Eren Başbuğ, the conductor who helped the band put together their 2014 live album Breaking the Fourth Wall. This’ll also be the first time Jordan plays guitar in his solo shows, so music nerds of all instrumental schools will have something to salivate over here.

Check out the dates below. Tickets are available via Jordan’s web portal.

June 7 – Triple Door, Seattle WA
June 12 – The Old Church Concert Hall – Portland, OR
June 25-  Lulu’s Downstairs – Colorado Springs, CO
June 26 – The Armory – Ft. Collins, CO
July 6 – Dakota – Minneapolis, MN
July 8 – City Winery – Chicago, IL
July 9 – Kent Stage – Kent, OH
July 10 – The Ludlow Garage – Cincinnati, OH
July 11 – Tin Pan, Richmond, VA
July 13 – City Winery – Washington, DC
July 14 – Rams Head On Stage – Anapolis, MD
July 16 – City Winery – New York City, NY
July 17 – Ardmore Music Hall – Ardmore, PA
July 21 – Katherine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center – Old Saybrook, CT
July 22 – Center for the Arts – Natick, MA
July 23 – Shalin Liu – Rockport, MA
July 24 – Ridgefield Playhouse – Ridgefield, CT
July 28 – Neighborhood Theatre – Charlotte, NC
July 31 – State Theatre – Austin, TX
Aug 3 – City Winery – Nashville, TN
Aug 4 – City Winery – Atlanta, GA
Aug 6- Broward Center for the Performing Arts – Fort Lauderdale, FL

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