Bob Dylan Reveals New U.S. Spring Tour Dates

After the release of his thirty-fifth studio album "Tempest" last September, Bob Dylan spent several months out on tour bringing his critically acclaimed live show to the masses.

Bob Dylan Reveals New U.S. Spring Tour Dates
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After the release of his thirty-fifth studio album "Tempest" last September, Bob Dylan spent several months out on tour bringing his critically acclaimed live show to the masses. He must have enjoyed his time spent on the road because the icon has just revealed a handful of new dates spanning throughout the U.S. Starting on April 5, this new leg of Dylan's tour will kick off in Buffalo, N.Y. at the Suny Buffalo Alumni Arena. The trek will then make its way down the East Coast with stops in Maine and Rhode Island, just to name a few (via UltimateClassicRock). The dates will wrap up on April 21 in Bowling Green, Ohio at Bowling Green State University. Check out all the dates below. Ticket on sale dates vary based on the show but many of them go on sale starting Saturday, March 2. For more specific details, visit Bob Dylan's website. Folk-rockers Dawes will join Dylan as the opening act for all new dates. In other Dylan news, it was recently revealed that a special Record Store Day "Wigwam" demo the original version of which was released on 1970's "Self Portrait" will be available as a 7" vinyl single. It will be backed with the previously unreleased version of Dylan's cover of Eric Andersen's "Thirsty Boots." Fans can pick it up on April 20 at record stores nationwide. Bob Dylan Spring 2013 Tour Dates: 04/05 Buffalo, N.Y. Suny Buffalo Alumni Arena 04/06 Amherst, Mass.- Mullins Center 04/08 Kingston, R.I. Ryan Center 04/09 Lowell, Mass. Tsongas Center At UMass Lowell 04/10 Lewiston, Maine Androscoggin Bank Colisee 04/12 Newark, Del. Bob Carpenter Center 04/13 California, Pa. California University 04/14 Ithaca, N.Y. Barton Hall 04/16 Richmond, Va. Landmark Theater 04/18 Bethlehem, Pa. Stabler Arena 04/19 Akron, Ohio E.J. Thomas Hall 04/20 Kalamazoo, Mich. Wings Stadium 04/21 Bowling Green, Ohio Bowling Green State University

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    Crimson Ghost
    Bob Dylan has great songs, but I've never heard a voice age as terribly as his. I would have love to see him live 45 years ago, but I wouldn't pay to see him now. It's not the same at all
    scottishmob
    I just saw him in a tiny venue a few months back, and trust me - you still want to see him!