Bob Dylan Annouces New North American Tour Dates

Announce Tour Dates for Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan has announced more dates for the fall leg of his Rough and Rowdy Ways tour.

Bob Dylan has added more dates to his Rough and Rowdy Ways tour, which began in 2021 and is advertised to last until 2024. The tour will begin on October 1, 2023, in Kansas City, Missouri, and will now run through November 21, 2023, with the latest date scheduled for November 11 in Waterbury, Connecticut. 

Dylan unveiled 17 dates last month, with the promise that more would be coming. The newly announced dates include stops in Springfield, Massachusetts, Port Chester, New York, and Waterbury, Connecticut. It is still unclear whether there will be even more dates announced. Dylan has mostly focused his set list on songs from his 2020 album, Rough and Rowdy Ways, during the tour.

Tickets for the new dates will be available starting Sept. 15.

Bob Dylan, Rough and Rowdy Ways Worldwide Tour, Fall 2023
*Newly added dates in bold
Oct. 1 – Kansas City, MO @ The Midland Theatre
Oct. 2 – Kansas City, MO @ The Midland Theatre
Oct. 4 – St. Louis, MO @ Stifel Theatre
Oct. 6 – Chicago, IL @ Cadillac Palace Theatre
Oct. 7 – Chicago, IL @ Cadillac Palace Theatre
Oct. 8 – Chicago, IL @ Cadillac Palace Theatre
Oct. 11 – Milwaukee, WI @ The Riverside Theater
Oct. 12 – Milwaukee, WI @ The Riverside Theater
Oct. 16 – Indianapolis, IN @ Murat Theatre
Oct. 20 – Cincinnati, OH @ The Andrew J. Brady Music Center
Oct. 21 – Akron, OH @ Akron Civic Theatre
Oct. 23 – Erie, PA @ Warner Theatre
Oct. 24 – Rochester, NY @ Auditorium Theatre
Oct. 26 – Toronto, ON @ Massey Hall
Oct. 27 – Toronto, ON @ Massey Hall
Oct. 29 – Montreal, QB @ Place des Arts – Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier
Oct. 30 – Schenectady, NY @ Proctors Theatre
Nov. 1 – Springfield, MA @ Symphony Hall
Nov. 7 – Port Chester, NY @ The Capitol Theatre
Nov. 8 – Port Chester, NY @ The Capitol Theatre
Nov. 11 – Waterbury, CT @ Palace Theater


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