At age 78, Bob Dylan doesn't seem to be slowing down. With 10 shows added to his current tour at the Beacon Theater, he'll be bringing his Never Ending Tour to New York City for a run from November 3rd to December 6th. Tickets are onsale and there are some unsold face value tickets still available via Ticketmaster. Prior to the Beacon Theater run, Dylan plays 24 other shows across the country, all of which are already sold out. On the secondary ticket market, the cheapest tickets usually start around $100, with Orchestra seats typically available for around $200.
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Below are the dates leading up to the Beacon Theater shows.
Oct.11 – Irvine, California @ UC Irvine Bren Events Center
Oct. 12 – Santa Barbara, California @ Santa Barbara Bowl
Oct. 14 – Palo Alto, California @ Stanford University — Frost Amphitheatre
Oct. 17 – Denver, Colorado @ The Mission Ballroom
Oct. 19 – Lincoln, Nebraska @ Pinnacle Bank Arena
Oct. 20 – Kansas City, Missouri @ Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland
Oct. 22 – St. Louis, Missouri @ Stifel Theatre'
Oct. 23 – Ames, Iowa @ Iowa State University – C.Y. Stephens Auditorium
Oct. 24 – Mankato, Minnesota @ Mankato Civic Center
Oct. 26 – Milwaukee, Wisconsin @ Eagles Ballroom
Oct. 27 – Bloomington, Indiana @ Indiana University – Auditorium
Oct. 29 – Normal, Illinois @ Illinois State University – Braden Auditorium
Oct. 30 – Chicago, Illinois @ Credit Union 1 Arena at UIC
Nov. 1 – South Bend, Indiana @ Morris Performing Arts Center
Nov. 2 – Muncie, Indiana @ Ball State University – Emens Auditorium'
Nov. 4 – Columbus, Ohio @ Ohio State University – Mershon Auditorium'
Nov. 5 – East Lansing, Michigan @ Michigan State University – Wharton Center for the Performing Arts
Nov. 6 – Ann Arbor, Michigan @ University of Michigan – Hill Auditorium
Nov. 8 – Highland Heights, Kentucky@ Northern Kentucky University – BB&T Arena
Nov. 9 – Akron, Ohio @ University of Akron – EJ Thomas Performing Arts Hall
Nov. 10 – Moon Township, PA @ Robert Morris University – UPMC Events Center
Nov. 12 – Baltimore, Maryland @ University of Maryland Baltimore County – UMBC Event Center
Nov. 13 – Petersburg, Virginia @ Virginia State University – Multi-Purpose Center
Nov. 15 – University Park, Pennsylvania @ Pennsylvania State University – Eisenhower Auditorium
Nov. 17 – Ithaca, New York @ Ithaca College – Athletics and Events Center
Nov. 19 – Lowell, Massachusetts @ University of Massachussetts – Tsongas Arena
Nov. 20 – Providence, Rhode Island @ Providence Performing Arts Center
Nov. 21 – The Met Philadelphia @ Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Bob Dylan’s Neverending Tour will continue through mid-May, and the iconic folk singer-songwriter is carrying along hefty ticket prices on the secondary market. Dylan will make 10 stops through May 17, when he wraps at Morris Performing Arts Center South Bend, Indiana.
According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Bob Dylan tickets over his remaining shows is $180.20. He’ll make his most expensive stop on May 16 at Ohio Theatre in Columbus, where tickets average at $204.12 and get-in price starts at $84 on the resale market. Dylan’s cheapest gig will be on May 9 at The Joint in Las Vegas. That show currently owns a median ticket price of $158 and $123 get-in price.
Among other notable stops the singer will make include Bass Concert Hall on May 6, Music Hall Kansas City May 10 and Fox Theatre in Detroit May 15.
Midway Through Spring Tour Dates, Bob Dylan Tickets Nearing $200 Average on Secondary Market
(UPDATE 4/27/15) The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan is back out on the road this spring. The iconic folk singer’s Neverending Tour is slated to run across the country through May 17, when it makes its final scheduled stop at the Morris Performing Arts Center in Indiana. For fans perusing the secondary market for tickets, however, prices won’t be cheap over Dylan’s final month of shows.
According to TicketIQ, the average secondary price for Bob Dylan tickets is $195.66. He’ll play his most expensive show at the Majestic Theatre in San Antonio on May 7, where tickets average at $296.25 and the get-in price is $121.
Dylan’s cheapest show will be held on May 2 at the Winstar Casino Thackerville, Oklahoma. That show currently owns an average price of $143.71 and the cheapest available ticket is listed for $75.
Bob Dylan Announces 19 U.S. Dates this Spring
(2/13/15) The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan will continue to burn up roads across the U.S. this spring when his Never Ending Tour continues in April and May. Touring in support of his latest release, “Shadows in the Night”, Dylan is slated to play 19 dates across the country, beginning with a show at The Borgata in Atlantic City on April 10.
Dylan seems keen to performing at music halls and theatre-size venues on his upcoming leg, playing notable spots like the Fox Theatre in Atlanta and the Majestic Theatre in San Antonio, where the tour wraps on May 7.
Though just a month long, the 73-year-old icon’s road stint will pack a punch this spring. Florida will be host four consecutive dates from April 18-21 and Texas welcomes his three final shows between May 5 and 7.
The spring tour will be Dylan’s first time on the road since his early-winter run at the Beacon Theatre in New York City. He played five shows at the famous Manhattan venue in November and December and received critical acclaim.
Below is the complete list of dates for Bob Dylan’s spring U.S. tour. Check back for all Bob Dylan updates and tour announcements as the tour grows closer.
Bob Dylan 2015 Spring Tour
04/10 – Atlantic City, NJ @ The Borgata
04/11 – Baltimore, MD @ Lyric Opera House
04/12 – Richmond, VA @ Altria Theater
04/14 – Savannah, GA @ Johnny Mercer Theater
04/15 – Montgomery, AL @ Montgomery PAC
04/17 – North Charleston, SC @ North Charleston Coliseum
04/18 – St. Augustine, FL @ St. Augustine Amphitheatre
04/19 – Orlando, FL @ Walt Disney Theater
04/20 – Clearwater, FL @ Ruth Eckerd Hall
04/21 – Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Au-Rene Theater
04/24 – Atlanta, GA @ Fox Theatre
04/25 – Durham, NC @ Durham PAC
04/27 – Nashville, TN @ Andrew Jackson Hall
04/29 – New Orleans, LA @ Saenger Theatre
05/02 – Thackerville, OK @ WinStar World Casino
05/03 – Oklahoma City, OK @ Civic Center Music Hall
05/05 – Houston, TX @ Bayou Music Center
05/06 – Austin, TX @ Bass Concert Hall
05/07 – San Antonio, TX @ Majestic Theatre