Two solid months of performances await Bob Dylan, whose U.S. fall tour launches tonight (October 6) at University Center Arena in Davie, FL. The...

Two solid months of performances await Bob Dylan, whose U.S. fall tour launches tonight (October 6) at University Center Arena in Davie, FL. The legendary singer-songwriter’s itinerary is routed through 35 markets — most of them college and university towns like tonight’s opening show.

The musician and His Band previously announced fall tour dates stretched through the early part of November, but with the addition of several new dates, the schedule now wraps at the end of the month with a November 27 concert at MGM Grand Theater in Mashantucket, CT.

One of the newest — and biggest — stops on Dylan’s map is a three-night stand that leads up to Thanksgiving. The November 22-24 run is booked into Terminal 5 in New York, NY, and is closely followed by a post-Thanksgiving performance on November 26 at the Borgata Events Center in Atlantic City, NJ.

Public onsale dates vary depending on the event, but the New York City concerts have ticket sales starting this Friday, October 8. Ticket prices for the three general admission shows are set at $65, according to

Ticket prices for Dylan’s other tour dates start around the $45 mark in most cities, based on Ticketmaster’s event listings. Presale passwords and specific ticketing details for the tour are available on Dylan’s official Web site.

Dylan was on the road earlier this year for his summer 2010 tour, which included dates supported by John Mellencamp.

Shortly after finishing that round of shows, Dylan announced his initial fall tour plans. That itinerary also was quickly updated to include more fall concert dates at national universities and colleges.

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 30Chicago, ILThe Riviera Theatre *
October 31Indianapolis, INMurat Theatre
November 2Akron, OHE.J. Thomas Hall
November 3Highland Heights, KYBank of Kentucky Center *
November 4Columbus, OHSchottenstein Center *
November 6Rochester, NYGordon Field House *
November 7Pittsburgh, PAPetersen Events Center *
November 9State College, PABryce Jordan Center *
November 10Charlottesville, VAJohn Paul Jones Arena *
November 12Bethlehem, PAStabler Arena *
November 13Washington, DCCharles E. Smith Center *
November 14West Long Branch, NJMonmouth University – MAC Center*
November 17Binghamton, NYBinghamton University – Events Center *
November 19Amherst, MAMullins Center *
November 20Lowell, MATsongas Center *
November 22 – 24New York, NYTerminal 5 *
November 26Atlantic City, NJBorgata Event Center *
November 27Mashantucket, CTMGM Grand Theater at Foxwoods *

* new dates
+ two performance times: 7 p.m. and 10 p.m.

Last Updated on October 6, 2010 by By Allison Reitz