Bob Dylan has unveiled a new series of fall U.S. tour dates that will follow his previously announced shows on October 13 in Valley Center, California, and October 14 in Las Vegas. The new concerts run from an October 17-18 stand in Salt Lake City through a November 16 concert in Boston.
RollingStone.com reports that gospel/soul great Mavis Staples, who served as Dylan’s opening act during his 2016 summer trek, will support the folk-rock legend on all of the newly announced dates.
Tickets for almost all the concerts will go on sale to the general public this Friday, September 15. The exceptions are the Valley Center and Las Vegas gigs, which are already available, and an October 24 date in Ames, Iowa, which will go on sale on Saturday, September 16.
Dylan continues to promoting his latest studio album, Triplicate, a three-disc collection featuring tunes previously recorded by Frank Sinatra.
Prior to the start of the tour, a new Dylan documentary called Trouble No More that focuses on his “born again” period of the late 1970s and early ’80s will get its world premiere on October 2 in New York City as part of the 55th annual New York Film Festival.
The one-hour movie features newly restored concert footage from 1980 shows in Buffalo, New York, and Toronto during the final leg of Bob’s Gospel Tour.
Here are all of Dylan’s confirmed fall tour dates:
10/13 — Valley Center, CA, Harrah’s Resort SoCal – The Events Center
10/14 — Las Vegas, NV, The Cosmopolitan Hotel – The Chelsea Theatre
10/17 — Salt Lake City, UT, Eccles Theater
10/18 — Salt Lake City, UT, Eccles Theater
10/21 — Denver, CO, 1STBANK Center
10/23 — Omaha, Nebraska, CenturyLink Center
10/24 — Ames, IA, Stephens Auditorium
10/25 — Saint Paul, MN, Xcel Energy Center
10/27 — Chicago, IL, Wintrust Arena
10/28 — Grand Rapids, MI, Van Andel Arena
10/29 — Bloomington, IN, IU Auditorium
11/1 — Detroit, MI, Fox Theatre
11/3 — Akron, OH, E.J. Thomas Hall
11/5 — Columbus, OH, Palace Theatre
11/6 — Pittsburgh, PA, Heinz Hall
11/8 — Uniondale, NY, Nassau Coliseum
11/10 — Richmond, VA, Coliseum
11/11 — Philadelphia, PA, Tower Theatre
11/12 — Philadelphia, PA, Tower Theatre
11/14 — Washington D.C., The Anthem
11/16 — Boston, MA, Agganis Arena
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