Bob Dylan Announces Dates for Massive 2019 Fall Tour

"The times still are a-changing, every day. I’m trying to slow down every day, because the times may be a-changing, but they’re going by awfully fast."
That's a quote from Bob Dylan for his cover story in SPIN Magazine, dated 1985. Around that time, Dylan was working on Empire Burlesque, his very 80s-infused 23rd studio album.
The times may be a-changing, sure. But the freewheelin' folksinger shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
In fact, he's just tacked on more dates to his Never Ending Tour... which is really starting to live up to its name.
The new leg of The Never Ending Tour kicks off October 11 in Irvine, California and will visit cities like Denver, Milwaukee, Chicago, Baltimore, Ann Arbor and Providence before wrapping up November 21 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
These new dates comes on the heels of his Netflix documentary, "Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story," directed by Martin Scorsese. The documentary focused on Dylan's 1975 concert tour of the same name, composed of both fictional and nonfictional material.
He's been on the road since 1988 with his trusted band, with whom he recorded each of his 21st century albums: Love and Theft, Modern Times, Together Through Life, Christmas in the Heart, Tempest, Shadows in the Night, Fallen Angels and most recently, 2017's Triplicate.
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It's unclear exactly which songs he'll pull out for this tour, but one thing's for sure: it's something you simply don't want to miss.
Check out his full itinerary below, and head to Bob Dylan's website for ticket and touring information.
Bob Dylan 2019 U.S. Tour
October 11  – Irvine, California @ UC Irvine Bren Events Center October 12 – Santa Barbara, California @ Santa Barbara Bowl October 14 –  Palo Alto, California @ Stanford University — Frost Amphitheatre October 17 – Denver, Colorado @ The Mission Ballroom October 19 – Lincoln, Nebraska @ Pinnacle Bank Arena October 20 – Kansas City, Missouri @ Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland October 22 –  St. Louis, Missouri @ Stifel Theatre October 23 – Ames, Iowa @ Iowa State University – C.Y. Stephens Auditorium October 24 – Mankato, Minnesota @ Mankato Civic Center October 26 – Milwaukee, Wisconsin @ Eagles Ballroom October 27 – Bloomington, Indiana @ Indiana University – Auditorium October 29 – Normal, Illinois @ Illinois State University – Braden Auditorium October 30 –  Chicago, Illinois @ Credit Union 1 Arena at UIC November 1 –  South Bend, Indiana @ Morris Performing Arts Center November 2 – Muncie, Indiana @ Ball State University – Emens Auditorium November 4 – Columbus, Ohio @ Ohio State University – Mershon Auditorium November 5 –  East Lansing, Michigan @ Michigan State University – Wharton Center for the Performing Arts November 6 – Ann Arbor, Michigan @ University of Michigan – Hill Auditorium November 8 – Highland Heights, Kentucky@ Northern Kentucky University – BB&T Arena November 9 – Akron, Ohio @ University of Akron – EJ Thomas Performing Arts Hall November 10 – Moon Township, PA @ Robert Morris University – UPMC Events Center November 12 –  Baltimore, Maryland @ University of Maryland Baltimore County – UMBC Event Center November 13 – Petersburg, Virginia @ Virginia State University – Multi-Purpose Center November 15 – University Park, Pennsylvania @ Pennsylvania State University – Eisenhower Auditorium November 17 – Ithaca, New York @ Ithaca College – Athletics and Events Center November 19 – Lowell, Massachusetts @ University of Massachussetts – Tsongas Arena November 20 – Providence, Rhode Island @ Providence Performing Arts Center November 21 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania @ The Met Philadelphia
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