Bob Dylan has announced an upcoming run of fall tour dates with his band which will see the iconic singer-songwriter hit 28 cities between mid-October and late November.

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The upcoming fall run will begin on October 11th with a show at UC Irvine – Bren Events Center in Irvine, CA. From there, the tour will continue to make stops on or near college campuses throughout the country with scheduled performances at the Santa Barbara Bowl in Santa Barbara, CA (10/12); Stanford University – Frost Amphitheatre in Palo Alto, CA (10/14); Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland in Kansas City, MO (10/20); Eagles Ballroom in Milwaukee, WI (10/26); Credit Union 1 Arena at UIC in Chicago, IL (10/30); Ohio State University’s Mershon Auditorium in Columbus, OH (11/4); Robert Morris University’s UPMC Events Center in Moon Township, PA (11/10); Pennsylvania State University Eisenhower Auditorium in University Park, PA (11/15); and Providence Performing Arts Center in Providence, RI (11/20) to name a few. The fall tour will come to a close with a show at The Met in Philadelphia, PA  on November 21st.

According to Monday’s announcement, more dates will be added to the tour in the coming weeks.

Dylan’s rock and roll legacy recently reentered the pop culture conversation as the Martin Scorsese-directed concert documentary on his 1975 Rolling Thunder Revue Tour arrived onto Netflix back in June.

Tickets for shows scheduled between October 11th and November 2nd will go on sale this Friday, September 13th. Tickets for shows on the latter half of the tour between November 4th and November 19th begin general on-sale on Friday, September 20th. A limited number of discount tickets for college students will be made available in most markets at the venue box office with proof of a valid university student ID.

Head to Dylan’s website for the full listing of tour dates and tickets info.

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