Legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan has a new studio album, Shadows in the Night, and an anthology, The Basement Tapes, coming out in the coming months, so it’s no surprise that he’s planning to head out on the road. The latest leg of his “Never Ending Tour” will start in Seattle, WA at the Paramount Theatre on October 17. From Seattle, Dylan will visit Portland, OR; Los Angeles, CA (at the Dolby Theatre); Oakland, CA; Denver, CO; Minneapolis, MN; Chicago, IL; Cleveland, OH; Boston, MA; Providence, RI; and Philadelphia, PA; among others, before settling in for four shows at the Beacon Theatre in New York City on November 28 and 29 and December 1 and 2. Many cities have multi-night residencies, so you’ll have plenty of chances to catch Dylan in his glory. For more information about ticketing and on-sale times, visit Dylan’s website.

Born Robert Allen Zimmerman, Bob Dylan’s most celebrated work comes from his time as a figurehead of social unrest in the 1960s when songs like “Blowin’ in the Wind” and “The Times They Are a-Changin’” becoming anthems for anti-war and civil rights movements. Though he started as a folk singer, Dylan quickly evolved into the rock genre, and his greatest contribution is not considered his singing but his epic songwriting.

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