Bob Dylan announces world tour

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Nobel prize winner Bob Dylan has announced a world tour. Start in April, he’ll be playing shows in Europe, and then returning to North America in the summer. He’s also planning to release a new album of covers titled Triplicate, which will be released on March 31 via Columbia. It follows his 2016 album, Fallen Angels.

Bob Dylan tour dates:

4/1 Stockholm, Sweden – Stockholm Waterfront
4/2 Stockholm, Sweden – Stockholm Waterfront
4/4 Oslo, Norway – Spektrum
4/6 Copenhagen, Denmark – Opera House
4/7 Copenhagen, Denmark – Opera House
4/9 Lund, Sweden – Sparbanken Skåne Arena
4/11 Hamburg, Germany – Barclaycard Arena
4/12 Lingen, Germany – Emslandhallen
4/13 Dusseldorf, Germany – Mitsubishi Electric Halle
4/16 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Heineken Music Hall
4/17 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Heineken Music Hall
4/18 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Heineken Music Hall
4/20 Paris, France – Le Zénith
4/21 Paris, France – La Seine Musicale
4/22 Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg – Rockhal
4/24 Antwerp, Belgium – Lotto Arena
4/25 Frankfurt, Germany – Festhalle
4/26 Hannover, Germany – Swiss Life Hall
4/28 London, England – London Palladium
4/29 London, England – London Palladium
4/30 London, England – London Palladium
5/3 Cardiff, Wales – Motorpoint Arena
5/4 Bournemouth, England – Bournemouth International Centre
5/5 Nottingham, England – Motorpoint Arena
5/7 Glasgow, Scotland – SECC Clyde Auditorium
5/8 Liverpool, England – Echo Arena
5/9 London, England – The SSE Arena, Wembley
5/11 Dublin, Ireland – 3Arena
6/13 Port Chester, NY – Capitol Theatre
6/14 Port Chester, NY – Capitol Theatre
6/15 Port Chester, NY – Capitol Theatre
6/17 Dover, DE – Firefly Festival
6/18 Wallingford, CT – Toyota presents Oakdale Theatre
6/21 Providence, RI – Providence Performing Arts Center
6/24 Kingston, NY – Hutton Brickyard
6/25 Syracuse, NY – Lakeview Amphitheatre
6/27 Kingston, Ontario – Rogers K-Rock Centre
6/29 Ottawa, Ontario – Richcraft Live at the Canadian Tire Centre
6/30 Montreal, Quebec – Centre Bell
7/2 Barrie, Ontario – Molson Centre
7/4 Oshawa, Ontario – Tribute Communities Centre
7/5 Toronto, Ontario – Aire Canada Centre
7/6 London, Ontario – Budweiser Gardens
7/12 Winnipeg, Manitoba – MTS Centre
7/14 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – SaskTel Centre
7/15 Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan – Mosaic Place
7/17 Calgary, Alberta – Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
7/18 Medicine Hat, Alberta – Canalta Centre
7/19 Edmonton, Alberta – Rogers Place
7/21 Dawson Creek, British Columbia – Encanta Events Centre
7/22 Prince George, British Columbia – CN Centre
7/24 Kelowna, British Columbia – Prospera Place
7/25 Vancouver, British Columbia – Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
7/27 Victoria, British Columbia – Save on Foods Memorial Centre

Bob Dylan’s “Masters of War” is featured on our list of the Top 50 Protest Songs.

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