Bob Dylan’s new concert plans and Madonna’s domination on the road are top stories in the daily tour recap for September 4, as compiled...

Bob Dylan’s new concert plans and Madonna’s domination on the road are top stories in the daily tour recap for September 4, as compiled by TicketNews.

Further tour plans continue to unfold for road dog and music icon Bob Dylan. The singer-songwriter has revealed a three-night stand for Chicago at the end of October, as well as a few other concerts, all of which go on sale next week.

Meanwhile, the reigning queen of pop will hold onto her crown a bit longer. Madonna has broken more earnings records with her Sticky & Sweet Tour, which wrapped earlier this week in Israel. Heavy metal band Trivium might not be breaking any box office records yet, but the band has lined up an impressive itinerary that will take them through more than 60 cities across North America from September through December.

Those are the final concert and tour reports before the start of the Labor Day weekend. Before launching into your holiday festivities, check out abbreviated highlights of the day’s itinerary updates:

Jay-Z, chart topping rap mogul, will be gracing national stages again this year as part of a new fall 2009 North American tour. Eighteen concerts have been confirmed so far, beginning October 9 at Bryce Jordan Center in University Park, PA, and concluding November 22 at Frank Erwin Center in Austin, TX. Other scheduled performances include October 13 at Rexall Place in Edmonton, AB; October 16 at General Motors Place in Vancouver, BC; October 24 at Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, RI; and November 7 at Save Mart Center in Fresno, CA.

Elton John is still about two months away from his next round of North American concerts with Billy Joel, but he won’t be sitting on the sidelines. The British rock pianist has an early fall European tour outlined from September 11 at Pizza Plebisciro in Naples, ITA, through October 30 at The O2 in Dublin, IRE. Except for the first performance, which is a solo show, John’s other September concerts feature Ray Cooper, while his later October performances will take his stage production “Red Piano” across Europe.

Lady Gaga has revealed a couple concerts on her September calendar, as well as plans for an early 2010 tour of Australia. In the states, the recording artist has shows set for September 28 at Landmark Theatre in Richmond, VA, and September 29 at DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, DC. Her itinerary opens up after that, but she’ll be back on stage for at least six shows Down Under. Her 2010 calendar runs from March 17 at Hordern Pavilion in Moore Park, AUS, through April 2 at Challenge Stadium in Perth, AUS.

Juliette Lewis has added about a dozen dates to her upcoming North American tour. The fall 2009 trek launches September 11 at Opera House Concert Venue in Toronto, ON, and concludes with a newer gig on October 17 at El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles, CA. Some of the other recent additions to the actress-turned-rocker’s datebook are September 22 at Rock and Roll Hotel in Washington, DC; September 26 at The Social in Orlando, FL; October 9 at El Corazon in Seattle, WA; and October 11 at Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, BC.

Chuck Prophet will be coming stateside later this year for about a dozen U.S. concerts. His late fall itinerary opens with an October 23 show with Jonah Smith at The Mint in Los Angeles, CA, with dates lined up through a December 16 show at an unannounced venue in Millbrae, CA. Highlights on his calendar are November 6 at The Palms in Winters, CA; November 9 with Jason Isbell at EchoPlex in Los Angeles, CA; November 13 at The Walnut Room in Denver, CO; and November 20 at World Café Live in Philadelphia, PA.