Bob Dylan “Rough and Rowdy Ways” Tour nights Stops at Beacon Theatre, Capitol Theatre in November

Bob Dylan will hit the road for the “Rough and Rowdy Ways” tour in November, following his longest touring hiatus since the 1980s. The tour is billed as a worldwide tour running until 2024.

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Rough and Rowdy Ways follows the release of the singles “Murder Most Foul” and “I Contain Multitudes,” with the former earning Dylan his first-ever #1 song under his own name on any Billboard chart. Dylan has also announced a 1980s-era bootleg series release, and streamed a concert called Shadow Kingdom.

Dylan’s fall dates will also mark the return of the road band, a slightly altered version of the group that hit the road in the fall of 2019, with two new members featured alongside regulars Charlie Sexton, Tony Garnier and Donnie Herron.

The tour makes stops in NYC on November 19-21 at The Beacon Theatre, and then Bob Dylan will hold a two-night run right after at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester. Tickets will go on sale Oct. 1 via

Bob Dylan Fall 2021 “Rough and Rowdy Ways” Tourdates

Nov. 2 – Milwaukee – Riverside Theatre 

Nov. 3 – Chicago – Auditorium Theatre

Nov. 5 – Cleveland – Key Bank State Theatre

Nov. 6 – Columbus, Ohio – Palace Theatre

Nov. 7 – Bloomington, Ind. – U Auditorium

Nov. 9 – Cincinnati – Procter & Gamble Hall

Nov. 10 – Knoxville, Tenn. – Knoxville Auditorium

Nov. 12 – Louisville, Ky. – Palace Theatre

Nov. 13 – Charleston, WV – Municipal Auditorium

Nov. 15 – Moon Township, Penn. – Morris Univ. – UPMC Events Center

Nov. 16 – Hershey, Penn. – Hershey Theatre

Nov. 19 – New York City – Beacon Theatre

Nov. 20 – New York City – Beacon Theatre

Nov. 21 – New York City – Beacon Theatre

Nov. 23 – Port Chester, NY – The Capitol Theatre

Nov. 24 – Port Chester, NY – The Capitol Theatre

Nov. 26 – Providence, RI – Providence Performing Arts Center

Nov. 27 – Boston – Wang Theatre

Nov. 29 – Philadelphia – The Met

Nov. 30 – Philadelphia – The Met

Dec. 2 – Washington, DC – The Anthem

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