Bob Dylan Announces Fall 2021 U.S. Tour Dates

With worldwide dates running through 2024 (!) to follow

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Bob Dylan Announces Fall 2021 U.S. Tour Dates

Bob Dylan has announced his first shows in support of his acclaimed 2020 album Rough and Rowdy Ways, with a banner on the artist’s website and social media terming his run a world tour set to run through 2024.

As of now, only Dylan’s fall 2021 U.S. tour dates have been revealed, starting with a Nov. 2 show in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He’ll play Chicago, Cleveland, Cincinnati and Boston, among other cities, throughout November, with multiple-night stands in New York City, Port Chester, New York, and Philadelphia, before concluding this leg with a Dec. 2 stop in Washington, D.C. Tickets go on sale this Friday, Oct. 1.

Rough and Rowdy Ways was one of Paste’s top albums of 2020, though Dylan didn’t play anything off the album during his mid-July Shadow Kingdom streaming concert. Fans seemed to relish it all the same, prompting its hosts, streaming platform Veeps, to extend its availability.

When Dylan last made headlines, it was under far darker circumstances: The artist was sued in August for the alleged grooming and sexual abuse of a minor circa 1965. “The 56-year-old claim is untrue and will be vigorously defended,” said his reps.

See Dylan’s upcoming U.S. tour dates below, beneath a 1988 Dylan performance from the Paste archives. We’ll update you as more dates are unveiled.

Bob Dylan Tour Dates:

November
02 – Milwaukee, Wisconsin @ Riverside Theatre
03 – Chicago, Illinois @ Auditorium Theatre
05 – Cleveland, Ohio @ Key Bank State Theatre
06 – Columbus, Ohio @ Palace Theatre
07 – Bloomington, Indiana @ IU Auditorium
09 – Cincinnati, Ohio @ Procter & Gamble Hall
10 – Knoxville, Tennessee @ Knoxville Auditorium
12 – Louisville, Kentucky @ Palace Theatre
13 – Charleston, West Virginia @ Municipal Auditorium
15 – Moon Township, Pennsylvania @ Robert Morris Univ.
16 – Hershey, Pennsylvania @ Hershey Theatre
19-21 – New York, New York @ Beacon Theatre
23-24 – Port Chester, New York @ Capitol Theatre
26 – Providence, Rhode Island @ Providence Performing Arts Center
27 – Boston, Massachusetts @ Wang Theatre
29-30 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania @ The Met

December
02 – Washington, DC @ The Anthem