Bob Dylan announces spring 2022 tour dates

Dates run through March and April

Bob Dylan has announced the first round of 2022 dates for his Rough and Rowdy Ways Tour. The newly announced dates kick off March 3rd in Phoenix and wraps April 14th in Oklahoma City. It’s the second leg of a three year world tour that began in November 2021.

Tickets and VIP packages with amazing seats, exclusive merchandise and collectible laminate are available starting Friday, January 28th via Ticketmaster.

The tour is Dylan’s first outing since 2019. Last year, Veeps presented a pre-recorded exclusive concert performance featuring renditions of songs from his extensive and renowned body of work created especially for this event.

The album, Rough And Rowdy Ways, debuted in the Top 10 in 16 countries, and was the Dylan’s 18th studio album to debut in the US Top 10. The album also debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Album Sales Chart upon its release last June.

Later this year will see the opening of The Bob Dylan Center in Tulsa, welcoming visitors from around the world to access and interact with more than 100,000 exclusive cultural treasures found in The Bob Dylan Archive. These include handwritten lyric manuscripts to some of the world’s most treasured songs, previously unreleased recordings, never-before-seen film performances, rare and unseen photographs, visual art and other priceless items spanning Dylan’s unparalleled seven decades as one of the world’s most important cultural figures.

The center’s archivists have newly acquired a priceless trove of early Bob Dylan recordings and other one-of-a-kind tapes, journals, books and historical elements to add to the more than 100,000 exclusive cultural treasures found in the Bob Dylan Archive. These acquisitions shed new and revealing light on Dylan’s formative years as an artist, and will increase the public’s understanding of the myriad influences and environments that forged one of the world’s most important cultural figures.

Bob Dylan 2022 Rough and Rowdy Ways Tour Dates:

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

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