Iconic singer-songwriter Bob Dylan has revealed a 14-date tour in Japan, scheduled for April 2020. The announcement comes amid his busy fall tour schedule, including an upcoming residency at the Beacon Theater.

First, Dylan is set for five performances at Zepp DiverCity in Tokyo on April 1st–2nd and 4th–6th. Dylan will then head to Osaka for a 3-night run at Zepp Namba on April 8th–10th. The famed artist then brings his band back to Tokyo for a pair of shows at Zepp Tokyo on April 14th–15th and return performances at Zepp DiverCity on April 17th and 19th–21st.

Bob Dylan is currently in the middle of a fall tour with dates coming up at 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.

Following the fall tour, Dylan will begin his 10-show residency at the Beacon Theater in New York City. The 10-night engagement will begin on Saturday, November 23rd and Sunday, November 24th. The run will continue in similar two-night blocks on Tuesday, November 26th and Wednesday, November 27th; Friday, November 29th and Saturday, November 30th; Monday, December 2nd and Tuesday, December 3rd; and Thursday, December 5th and Friday, December 6th.

For more information on upcoming performances, head to Bob Dylan’s website here.