Bob Dylan continues "Tempest" push with campus crawl
Iconic singer/songwriter Bob Dylan will perform on college campuses across the eastern U.S. this spring in continued support of last fall's "Tempest."
Dylan will kick off the 13-city trek with an April 5 performance in Buffalo, NY, followed by stops along the East Coast. The outing, which will feature opening support by folk-rock act Dawes, will wrap up April 21 in Bowling Green, OH.
Ticketing information is available at Dylan's website.
Dylan unveiled "Tempest," his 35th studio effort, in September via Columbia Records. The collection, which features a tribute to John Lennon entitled "Roll on John," peaked at No. 3 on The Billboard 200.
The Los Angeles-based quartet Dawes will support their April 9 release, "Stories Don't End." That set will mark the group's first on their own label, Hub Records.
5 - Buffalo, NY - SUNY Buffalo Alumni Arena
6 - Amherst, MA - Mullins Center
8 - Kingston, RI - Ryan Center
9 - Lowell, MA - Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell
10 - Lewiston, ME - Androscoggin Bank Colisee
12 - Newark, DE - Bob Carpenter Center
13 - California, PA - California University Convocation Center
14 - Ithaca, NY - Barton Hall
16 - Richmond, VA - Landmark Theater
18 - Bethlehem, PA - Stabler Arena
19 - Akron, OH - E.J. Thomas Hall
20 - Kalamazoo, MI - Wings Stadium
21 - Bowling Green, OH - Stroh Center