By: Troy Frisby
The legendary Bob Dylan has announced a European tour that will kick off this fall.
Classic Rock Magazine reports that the 72-year-old singer, who just had a birthday last month, announced more than 30 dates for the upcoming tour, which will start in Oslo, Norway on October 10 before finishing up in London at the end of November.
The news comes shortly before the singer-songwriter is set to get on the road for a U.S. tour this summer, performing his first show since early May later this month.
Upcoming North American Tour Dates for the Next Month:
- 6/26 West Palm Beach, Florida at Cruzan Amphitheatre
- 6/27 Tampa, Florida at Live Nation Amphitheatre
- 6/29 Atlanta, Georgia at Aaron’s Amphitheatre
- 6/30 Nashville, Tennessee at The Lawn at Riverfront Park
- 7/2 Memphis, Tennessee at AutoZone Park
- 7/3 Tuscaloosa, Alabama at Tuscaloosa Amphitheatre
- 7/5 Noblesville, Indiana at Klipsch Music Theater
- 7/6 Cincinnati, Ohio at Riverbend Music Center
- 7/9 Duluth, Minnesota at Bayfront Park
- 7/10 St. Paul, Minnesota at Midway Stadium
- 7/11 Peoria, Illinois at Dozer Park
- 7/12 Chicago, Illinois at Toyota Park
- 7/14 Clarkston, Michigan at DTE Energy Music Theatre
Dylan has been releasing his set lists from his most recent shows on his website, which show the icon kicking things off with his Oscar-winning “Things Have Changed” and sticking to tracks from his most recent LP, 2012’s Tempest.
The singer still manages to work in some old classics, however, including “Tangled Up in Blue,” “Visions of Johanna” and “All Along the Watchtower.”
For a complete list of tour dates, head over to Dylan’s official site.