Bob Dylan is an American singer-songwriter whose career has spanned more than four decades. His musical style has gone through various stages over the years, including elements of folk, blues, country, rock and gospel. Dylan has recorded more than 30 studio albums, making his self-titled debut in 1962 and releasing his first “Greatest Hits” compilation just years later in 1967.

Dylan has received dozens of awards and honors during his career, including induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988 and a Pulitzer Prize Special Citation in 2008. He has been recognized as one of the most influential recording artists in history.

Because of his status as a living legend, tickets for Dylan’s tours are in high demand internationally. He performs in, and fills, venues ranging in size from intimate concert and theater halls to arenas and minor league ballparks.

Bob Dylan Cancels Summer Tour Due To COVID-19
Iconic rocker Bob Dylan will no longer be able to hit the road on his U.S. tour this summer due to coronavirus. The tour was set to kick-off on June 4 in Bend, Oregon at Les Schwab Amphitheatre, hitting cities along the way including Berkeley, Las Vegas, Little Rock,... Read more
Bob Dylan Plots Tour Dates With Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats
Blues rock icon Bob Dylan announced a string of U.S. tour dates this summer where he’ll be joined by Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats. The trek kicks-off on June 4 in Bend, Oregon, followed by gigs in Berkeley, Irving, Nashville, Forest Hills, and Saratoga Springs. He’ll make stops... Read more
MLB Playoffs, Oprah Tour Among Tickets On Sale Friday
The MLB’s American League playoffs and Oprah Winfrey’s speaking tour are among the many tickets going on sale Friday. The American League Division and Championship Series will go on sale tomorrow, along with a Wild Card game. The playoffs will kick off at Yankee Stadium next month. The New... Read more
‘Girl From The North Country’ To Open On Broadway In 2020
Girl From The North Country is coming to Broadway’s Belasco Theatre next year after smash-hit runs on the West End. The show, which is set in 1934, revolves around a “time-weathered guesthouse in the heartland of America,” shedding light on old dreams and new beginnings for a group of... Read more
Bob Dylan’s Play Could Replace ‘Springsteen on Broadway’ At Walter Kerr
The Boss’ Springsteen on Broadway is wrapping-up late this year and it’s possible that Bob Dylan’s Girl From the North Country could take over at New York City’s Walter Kerr Theatre. According to The Post, sources say that Dylan signed off on moving the musical to Broadway in spring... Read more
Bob Dylan Plots 2018 North American Tour This Fall
The legendary Bob Dylan has announced a slew of tour dates across the U.S. this fall in support of his latest major release, 2017’s Triplicate. Currently, the Nobel Prize-winner is making his way through Australia and New Zealand, wrapping up later this month. After a short break, he will... Read more
Bob Dylan, Mike Shinoda Lead Long List of Friday Onsales
Per usual, concerts are set to dominate end-of-week ticket listings, with Bob Dylan, Mike Shinoda and more leading the way. Dylan, now 77, has no plans to slow down with over 20 new tour dates on his agenda throughout the fall. The legendary singer-songwriter and his band will headline... Read more
Pearl Jam Rocks Their Way To The Top Of Mid-Week’s Best-Sellers
The rockers of Pearl Jam just kicked-off the final leg of their 2018 tour yesterday, stealing the top two spots on Wednesday’s best-selling events list, according to sales data from Ticket Club. Four-day passes to next year’s CMA Music Festival clocked in at No. 3, followed by tickets to... Read more
Washington Capitals To Release Home Tickets Thursday
Fresh off their historic Stanley Cup Finals win in June, the Washington Capitals are getting ready to defend their title and will rely on enthusiastic Washington fans to get them there. The Caps are the latest NHL squad to release individual tickets for their 2018-19 home games, with over... Read more
As Classic Rockstars Retire, Who Will Take Over Sales In The Industry?
Over the past year, some of the biggest names in the music industry announced their retirement and end of touring, leaving younger musicians to rise to the occasion — and claim their spot on top. Elton John, Neil Diamond, Rush, Paul Simon, Kenny Rogers, Joan Baez, Ozzy Osbourne and... Read more