Bob Dylan‘s current tour started back in November 2021 – and shows no signs of grinding to a halt. In fact, the legend has just added another leg to his already years-long tour. To give you an idea of how long this tour has been, it was kicked off to support his “Rough And Rowdy Ways” album, which had just been released. Since then, Dylan has released the live album “Shadow Kingdom” as well as the compilation “Fragments – Time Out of Mind Sessions (1996-1997): The Bootleg Series, Vol. 17.” Just a reminder: this legendary workhorse is 82 years old.
The fall leg of his tour kicks off October 1 in Kansas City, working its way through North America and ending October 30 in Schenectady, New York – but if you don’t get a chance to see him, there’s hope: Bob plans on keeping the tour going through 2024, with additional dates to be announced. Check out BobDylan.com for tour details.
Bob Dylan and His Band present the Rough and Rowdy Ways tour this fall in North America!
See https://t.co/IlnO4bIndr for October dates, which go on sale this Friday, August 25.
More dates will be posted soon.
Don’t you dare miss it! pic.twitter.com/cCZOtoUxh4
— Bob Dylan (@bobdylan) August 21, 2023