Tickets for Bob Dylan’s first stop “Rough and Rowdy Ways” tour will be on sale this week. The tour in the United States is set for the fall of 2021. Dylan, who turns 80 in May, plans to tour until 2024 to support his 2020 Rough and Rowdy Ways album. He resumes the tour in November after being forced to stop his “Never Ending Tour” due to COVID.

Bob Dylan’s Rough and Rowdy Ways

Bob Dylan’s Rough and Rowdy Ways tour dates will begin at the Riverside Theater in Milwaukee on November 2. It will continue until December 2 at The Anthem in Washington, DC. Stops include the Auditorium Theater in Chicago and the Palace Theater in Louisville dnd many nights stopped at the Beacon Theatre in New York. Also, the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York, and the Metropolitan Theatre in Philadelphia.

Tickets for Bob Dylan’s Rough and Rowdy Ways

Tickets for the first stop of the Rough and Rowdy Ways tour will be available to the public starting on Friday, October 1. Pre-sale opportunities have been opened to those products that can enter the venue or artists. Rough and Rowdy Ways is the 39th studio album. Dylan released it inthe first original material since 2012.

Murder Most Foul was previously released on YouTube in March 2020. I Contain Multitudes in April followed in April. The Fake Prophet album was released in June. The album received strong reviews. Rob Sheffield of the Rolling Stones wrote: “Although the world has been trying to celebrate him as an institution or pin him down. Or place him in the Nobel Prize classic. In “Rough and Rowdy Ways”, Dylan is exploring areas that no one else has ever set foot in. But he just keeps moving towards the future. “


  • Tuesday 2 – Milwaukee, Riverside Theatre
  • Wednesday 3 – Chicago, Auditorium Theatre
  • Friday 5 – Cleveland, Key Bank State Theatre
  • Saturday 6 – Columbus, Palace Theatre
  • Sunday 7 – Bloomington, IU Auditorium
  • Tuesday 9 – Cincinnati, Procter & Gamble Hall
  • Wednesday 10 – Knoxville, Knoxville Auditorium
  • Friday 12 – Louisville, Palace Theatre
  • Saturday 13 – Charleston, Municipal Auditorium
  • Monday 15 – Moon Township, Robert Morris University UPMC Events Center
  • Tuesday 16 – Hershey, Hershey Theatre
  • Friday 19 – New York City, Beacon Theatre
  • Saturday 20 – New York City, Beacon Theatre
  • Sunday 21 – New York City, Beacon Theatre
  • Tuesday 23 – Port Chester, Capitol Theatre
  • Wednesday 24 – Port Chester, Capitol Theatre
  • Friday 26 – Providence, Providence Performing Arts Center
  • Saturday 27 – Boston, Wang Theatre
  • Monday 29 – Philadelphia, The Met
  • Tuesday 30 – Philadelphia, The Met


  • Thursday 2 – Washington, The Anthem

Credits featured image: Xavier Badosa, Flickr

Credits:; Official Bob Dylan website

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