Bob Dylan Announces 2022 US Tour Dates

Bob Dylan has announced dates for an extensive American tour beginning March 3rd in Phoenix, Arizona and concluding April 14th in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It focuses on markets he missed when he returned to the streets late last year, with a heavy focus on southern states like Texas, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina.

If he sticks to last year’s script, expect several songs from his 2020 LP Rough and rough ways and selections from his back catalog such as “I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight”, “To Be Alone With You”, “Watching The River Flow” and “Every Grain of Sand”. The tour also marked the debuts of drummer Charlie Drayton and guitarist Doug Lancio. They were joined by bassist Tony Garnier, guitarist Bob Britt, and multi-instrumentalist Donnie Herron.

Dylan has not released an album of new material since 2020 Rough and rough ways, but last year he fell The Bootleg Series Vol. 16: Spring in New York 1980–1985. It focused on studio outtakes of his eighties albums shot of love, infidels, and Burlesque-Empire. “The overwhelming amount of material – a total of 54 unreleased songs – proves that even at Dylan’s rock bottom he was still able to write great music, even if the best songs often didn’t make it onto his albums,” reads one review Rolling Stone. “It wasn’t a failure of creativity. It was a curation failure.”

This year marks the 25th birthday Time out of the mind, and a source close to the Dylan camp said recently Rolling Stone They would probably mark the occasion with a bootleg series dedicated to the album. By the time that comes out, most eras of his career will have been chronicled in a bootleg series box set, with the very big exception of The Never-Ending Tour, or whatever we are to call the continuous tour he’s been on since 1988 . “First of all, as Bob said, the Never-Ending Tour isn’t the name for it,” the source said Rolling Stone last year. “Second, Bob keeps touring. Maybe towards the end we’ll understand. We will see it that way.”

Bob Dylan tour dates

March 3 – Phoenix, Arizona @ Arizona Federal Theater
4. März – Tucson, Arizona @ Tucson Music Hall
March 6 – Albuquerque, New Mexico @ Kiva Auditorium
8. März – Lubbock, Texas @ Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts & Sciences
10. März – Irving, Texas @ Toyota Music Factory
11. März – Sugar Land, Texas @ Smart Financial Center
13. März – San Antonio, Texas @ Majestic Theater
14. März – San Antonio, Texas @ Majestic Theater
March 16 – Austin, Texas @ Bass Hall
18. März – Shreveport, Louisiana @ Municipal Auditorium
19. März – New Orleans, Louisiana @ Saenger Theater
21. März – Montgomery, Alabama @ Montgomery PAC
23. März – Nashville, Tennessee @ Ryman Auditorium
March 24 – Atlanta, Georgia @ Fox Theater
March 26 – Savannah, Georgia @ Johnny Mercer Theater
27. März – North Charleston, South Carolina @ North Charleston PAC
29. März – Columbia, South Carolina @ Township Auditorium
30. März – Charlotte, North Carolina @ Ovens Auditorium
1. April – Greensboro, North Carolina @ Steven Tanger Center
2. April – Asheville, North Carolina @ Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
4. April – Chattanooga, Tennessee @ Tivoli Theater
5. April – Birmingham, Alabama @ BJCC Concert Hall
7. April – Mobile, Alabama @ Saenger Theater
9. April – Memphis, Tennessee @ Orpheum Theater
11. April – Little Rock, Arkansas @ Robinson Center
13. April – Tulsa, Oklahoma @ Brady Theater
14. April – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma @ Thelma Gaylord Performing Arts Theater

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