Bob Dylan and His Band are off the road at the moment, but the legendary musician and his backing band are busy rolling out...

Bob Dylan and His Band are off the road at the moment, but the legendary musician and his backing band are busy rolling out more concert plans for fall. A total of 19 concerts are now on Dylan’s late-year calendar, which opens October 6 at NSU’s University Center Arena in Davie, FL.

In keeping with the other dates on this leg of Dylan’s tour, the shows are mostly slated for U.S. college and university venues. The new seven-date addendum picks up October 24 at the McLeod Center at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls, IA, and continues through a November 2 performance at the EJ Thomas Performing Arts Hall at the University of Akron in Akron, OH.

An October 26 show at Michigan State University in East Lansing and an October 29 stop at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo are among the campus shows booked for the run. A couple new public venue shows are also set for October 25 at Overture Hall in Madison, WI, and October 31 at Murat Theatre in Indianapolis, IN.

Public onsales open September 24 for each of the seven new concerts, and fan club presales will start earlier on September 21, according to Dylan’s official Web site. The majority of the new dates have not yet appeared on Ticketmaster.com, but earlier tour stops listed on the site have ticket prices set anywhere from $35 to $67.

The iconic singer-songwriter’s fall itinerary was initially scheduled to end October 22 at Assembly Hall in Champaign, IL. Onsales for those previously announced performances began over the September 17-19 weekend.

Dylan recently completed his summer tour leg with a September 4 set at the 2010 Bumbershoot Festival in Seattle, WA. He had launch the venture a month earlier on August 4 at The Backyard in Austin, TX, and was joined on several dates by fellow singer-songwriter John Mellencamp.

Bob Dylan itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

October 6Davie, FLNova Southeastern University Center Arena
October 7Tampa, FLUSF Sun Dome
October 8Gainesville, FLStephen C. O’Connell Center
October 10Orlando, FLUCF Arena
October 11Tallahassee, FLTallahassee-Leon County Civic Center
October 13Birmingham, ALBJCC Concert Hall
October 14Charlotte, NCHalton Arena
October 16Winston-Salem, NCLawrence Joel Veteran Memorial Coliseum
October 17Clemson, SCLittlejohn Coliseum
October 19Nashville, TNNashville Municipal Auditorium
October 21St. Louis, MOChaifetz Arena
October 22Champaign, ILAssembly Hall
October 24Cedar Falls, IAMcLeod Center *
October 25Madison, WIOverture Hall *
October 26East Lansing, MIMSU Concert Auditorium *
October 28Ann Arbor, MIHill Auditorium *
October 29Kalamazoo, MIJames W. Miller Auditorium *
October 31Indianapolis, INMurat Theatre *
November 2Akron, OHE.J. Thomas Hall *

* new dates