Tickets are still available to catch Bob Dylan on his fall 2021 tour after he kicked off the tour this week in Milwaukee.


The November 2 show was his first in nearly two years, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but now the 80-year-old singer-songwriter is back on the road, with tickets available through December 2.

Dylan has changed up his setlist, adding multiple songs off his 2020 album Rough And Rowdy Ways, though declining to add the 17-minute long “Murder Most Foul,” which recounts the day President John F. Kennedy was killed. The band’s lineup has also changed since December 2019: bassist Tony Garnier, pedal steel guitar player Donnie Herron and guitarist Bob Britt have returned, but the band added drummer, Charley Drayton, and guitarist, Doug Lancio.

The tour includes stops in Columbus, Cincinnati, Louisville, New York, Boston and Philadelphia. The last stop on the tour is set for December 2 in Washington D.C., but the performer’s website teases a world tour through 2024.

Check out “Like a Rolling Stone” singer’s upcoming tour schedule below!

NOV 5, 2021
Cleveland, OH, US

NOV 6, 2021
Columbus, OH, US

NOV 7, 2021
Bloomington, IN, US

NOV 9, 2021
Cincinnati, OH, US

NOV 10, 2021
Knoxville, TN, US

NOV 12, 2021
Louisville, KY, US

NOV 13, 2021
Charleston, WV, US

NOV 15, 2021
Coraopolis, PA, US

NOV 16, 2021
Hershey, PA, US

NOV 19, 2021
New York, NY, US

NOV 20, 2021
New York, NY, US

NOV 21, 2021
New York, NY, US

NOV 23, 2021
Port Chester, NY, US

NOV 24, 2021
Port Chester, NY, US

NOV 26, 2021
Providence, RI, US

NOV 27, 2021
Boston, MA, US

NOV 29, 2021
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US

NOV 30, 2021
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US

DEC 2, 2021
Washington, DC, US

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