Bob Dylan announced his Fall Tour today, which will mainly be focused in the United States. The tour will start from October 11 and continue till November 20 with more shows yet to be announced. The iconic singer will be performing in 28 cities. The opening concert of the Fall Tour will be at UC Irvine’s Bren Events Center in Irvine, California on Friday, October 11. The show will then continue with Dylan and the band to Santa Barbara Bowl on October 12 and Frist Amphitheater in Palo Alto on October 14. The performances continue next week at Mission Ballroom in Denver on October 17 followed by stops in Lincoln, Kansas City, St. Louis, Ames, Mankato, Milwaukee, Bloomington, Chicago, South Bend, Muncie, Columbus, Ann Arbor, Highland Heights and Akron.
Dylan will be continuing the tour in the Northeast starting on November 10 at UPMC Events Center in Moon Township, Pennsylvania on November 10. From there, the tour will move on to Baltimore, Petersburg (Virginia), University Park (Pennsylvania), Ithaca, Lowell, and Providence. Dylan’s rock and roll legacy reentered the pop culture discussion with the Martin Scorsese-directed concert documentary on his 1975 Rolling Thunder Revue Tour, available on Netflix back in June. The legendary singer has his new record, Bob Dylan – The Rolling Thunder Revue: The 1975 Live Recordings available for pre-order now. Tickets will be available from this Friday, September 13. Tickets for shows towards the las half of the tour between November 4 and November 19 will be on-sale on Friday, September 20. A limited number of discount tickets for college students will be available at the venue box office for purchase with proof of a valid university student ID.
For further details and tickets sale go to the official site. https://www.bobdylan.com/on-tour/