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Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan and His Band have announced twelve new fall dates including three nights at Terminal 5 in NYC: November 22nd, 23rd and 24th. Tickets for those and other shows go on presale at 10am (password: tamarind), AmEx presale Wednesday at 10am, and general sale Friday at 10am.

Bob Dylan is currently on tour through November across the US (and hits Atlantic City in addition to NY). Which is a good reminder that it's almost Santa time (all dates below)...

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Bob Dylan - Must Be Santa

Bob Dylan - 2010 Tour Dates
OCT 6 Fort Lauderdale, FL Nova Southeastern University -- The Arena at Don Taft University Center
OCT 7 Tampa, FL University of South Florida -- Sun Dome
OCT 8 Gainesville, FL University of Florida -- Stephen C. O'Connell Center
OCT 10 Orlando, FL University of Central Florida -- UCF Arena
OCT 11 Tallahassee, FL Tallahassee-Leon County Civic Center
OCT 13 Birmingham, AL BJCC Concert Hall
OCT 14 Charlotte, NC UNC Charlotte -- Halton Arena
OCT 16 Winston-Salem, NC Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum
OCT 17 Clemson, SC Clemson University -- Littlejohn Coliseum
OCT 19 Nashville, TN Nashville Municipal Auditorium
OCT 21 Saint Louis, MO Saint Louis University -- Chaifetz Arena
OCT 22 Champaign, IL University of Illinois -- Assembly Hall
OCT 24 Cedar Falls, IA University of Northern Iowa -- McLeod Center
OCT 25 Madison, WI Overture Hall
OCT 25 Madison, WI Overture Hall (late show)
OCT 26 East Lansing, MI Michigan State University -- MSU Auditorium
OCT 28 Ann Arbor, MI University of Michigan -- Hill Auditorium
OCT 29 Kalamazoo, MI Western Michigan University -- Miller Auditorium
OCT 30 Chicago, IL The Riviera Theatre A Special Pre-Halloween Party with Bob Dylan and his Band
OCT 31 Indianapolis, IN Murat Theatre
NOV 2 Akron, OH University of Akron -- EJ Thomas Performing Arts Hall
NOV 3 Highland Heights, KY Northern Kentucky University -- The Bank of Kentucky Center
NOV 4 Columbus, OH Ohio State University -- Schottenstein Center
NOV 6 Rochester, NY Rochester Institute of Technology -- Gordon Field House
NOV 7 Pittsburgh, PA University of Pittsburgh -- Petersen Events Center
NOV 9 State College, PA Penn State University -- Bryce Jordan Center
NOV 10 Charlottesville, VA University of Virginia -- John Paul Jones Arena
NOV 12 Bethlehem, PA Lehigh University -- Stabler Arena
NOV 13 Washington, DC George Washington University -- Charles E. Smith Center
NOV 14 West Long Branch, NJ Monmouth University -- MAC Center
NOV 17 Binghamton, NY Binghamton University -- Events Center
NOV 19 Amherst, MA University of Massachusetts Amherst -- Mullins Center
NOV 20 Lowell, MA University of Massachusetts Lowell -- Tsongas Center
NOV 22 New York, NY Terminal 5
NOV 23 New York, NY Terminal 5
NOV 24 New York, NY Terminal 5
NOV 26 Atlantic City, NJ Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa Event Center
NOV 27 Mashantucket, CT MGM Grand Theater at Foxwoods

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Comments (40)

This is good news.

Posted by Big Top PeeWee | October 5, 2010 9:50 AM

indeed

Posted by hot dog plant | October 5, 2010 9:53 AM

Not really. There are other venues he can fill up easily that might be a BETTER choice than Terminal 5....

in order of preference....
1) Beacon Theatre
2) Town Hall
3) United Palace
4) Irving Plaza

not even putting MHOW, Bowery, Webster, or other Bowery venues.

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 9:56 AM

Well you can't be concerned about sound at T5 with Bob Dylan...his lyrics don't come across well live the way he sings. I have seen him a bunch of times and it takes a few minutes to even figure out what song he is playing. Still he is a legend...

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 9:59 AM

Although I love Mr. Dylan I have to agree with Mr. Coyne's assessment of him nowadays:

"I mean, have you seen Dylan lately? You can't recognize a single song he plays anymore. It's like you order a pizza and Dylan brings you a pile of dog food, and you're like, 'What's this? I ordered pizza.' And Dylan says, 'This is my version of a pizza.'" - Wayne Coyne

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 10:03 AM

idiots.

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 10:06 AM

yeah kinda like when the flaming lips play a song, then play it again right after just stripped down and slower. then wayne talks about war or something for like 10 minutes. repeat.

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 10:07 AM

Go see him in NJ... Then again, I saw him open for Petty and he was god awful

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 10:11 AM

As always, its a gamble. He could be great, he could be terrible. One out of these three nights he'll probably be good.

It's like if you go to a Yankee game now...they've kinda been sucking lately, but they're still the Yankees and they can still pull it out...

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 10:14 AM

$73.45 buys a lot of hummus.

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 10:17 AM

Tangled up in Hummus

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 10:33 AM

so my 3 days before Thxgiving are dylan-newsom-dylan.

hell yes.

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 10:54 AM

I've seen Bob Dylan three times: Electric Factory, a basketball arena in Hartford, and the Bethel Arts Center in Woodstock, NY. Three very different venues, but all the shows were very enjoyable. The band is solid, Bob has tremendous presence onstage, and despite what Wayne Coyne has to say...it's real easy to know what song he's playing. He does change them up a bit, and that's preferable to hearing a note-for-note rendition for the 100th time.

Posted by Brian | October 5, 2010 10:59 AM

People who expect to hear Dylan in the 60s going to one of his current shows will always be disappointed. He is a very different performer now, but still better than most mainstream and indie artists out there. I always have a great time at his shows. I would not see him at Terminal 5 however. He plays often enough that it's not worth enduring that terrible place.

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 11:05 AM

This is such an old debate. Dylan has been playing under his 'new' approach for 20 years now. Everyone should know what to expect by now. If you don't like it, don't go. Simple as that.

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 11:20 AM

I saw Dylan in DC in 1986. It was nighmarish. Jerry's coma was next on the menu after that show.

so what

Posted by George in NJ | October 5, 2010 11:24 AM

George: if you read Chronicles, Dylan talks about how that tour is when he realized he needed to change his approach. That tour was such a lowpoint for both acts. . . . .

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 11:36 AM

$75? Pass and I love Dylan.

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 11:51 AM

o my god most his tix have ever cost

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 12:09 PM

Bob Dylan is a genius and without him the entire world would not be as it is today. He is probably one of the most influential musician of our time, and any negative comments about him clearly show signs of mental illness.

Bob Dylan once said when asked about his live shows... (and I paraphrase)

"If people wanna come out and hear my "hits" then that would make me a pop artist. I have never been a pop artist. If that's the sort of thing you want then go see Paul McCartney."

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 1:09 PM

OMG wayne coyne critics dylan.....wayne, you been playing the same show for over 10 years now......happy birthday, war is bad etc etc etc.....take a leaf out of dylans book

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 1:16 PM

Dylan at Terminal 5? ha ha ha ha... hey, I go to a LOT of Dylan shows, every time he comes to town. The median age of his audience is about 65. They sit down at the show. They NEED to sit down at the show. At Terminal 5? This is one of the year's most disastrous bookings.

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 1:25 PM

1:25-- bs, I've seen dozens of GA Dylan shows. they work. I think the problem is the NY venues he's been playing. Also, there are always as many people 25 as 65. In fact it's the younger fans who seem to appreciate him more as a live act.

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 1:30 PM

his tickets have cost more at other venues.

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 2:04 PM

I don't think there's been a problem with the NYC venues he's been playing. Until now that is. I'm passing this time.

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 2:15 PM

hey everrrbody, bob MOULD is playing the Rock Shop on November 6th...

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 2:28 PM

SMOKING WEED AND TAKING NAMES: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFJGQE8VLfk

Posted by VOMITOR | October 5, 2010 2:43 PM

terminal 5 has shit sound. i stopped patronizing long ago after they ruined a doves and zero7 show for me.

Posted by spuilt to spill | October 5, 2010 2:45 PM

dont talk shit on the yanks

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 3:08 PM

that dude looks like the dude that made my falafel and hummus sandwich at mamouns on st marks.

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 6:39 PM

i heard dylan lip syncs.

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 6:40 PM

everybody lip-syncs. what i want to know is how dylan takes his hummus.

Posted by Anonymous | October 5, 2010 8:58 PM

Dylan takes his hummus as a true artist does... With celery.

Posted by Anonymous | October 6, 2010 4:01 AM

general admission show for bob? i'm going and i'll be up front to get the sound direct from the stage amps... bob is the man... his influence on the latter half of 20th century american music is nothing less than monumental... it's difficult for you kids to understand the before and after bob because his influence permeates all pop music and you had to be there to experience it from the beginning... he's an american icon, the best... johnny cash acknowleged the fact that bob was/is a the best song writer in america... just to be in the same room with this guy is worth the price of admission, and cheap too, considering his last visits to the city... when bob's gone a large hole will open in american music and all those williamsburg, two year lifespan bands will fall in it...

Posted by Anonymous | October 6, 2010 10:32 AM

10:32- I love Dylan, but your post is garbage. How long did it take to write that nonsense?

Posted by Venkman | October 6, 2010 11:30 AM

"his influence on the latter half of 20th century american music is nothing less than monumental."

That part of 10:32's post is totally accurate. As far as whether the price of the ticket is worth it, that depends entirely on the person.

Posted by Anonymous | October 6, 2010 11:51 AM

I heard that Dylan likes to smoke his humus. Hence the raspy voice.

Posted by Anonymous | November 23, 2010 12:22 AM

his influence on the latter half of 20th century american music is nothing less than monumental."

That part of 10:32's post is totally accurate. As far as whether the price of the ticket is worth it, that depends entirely on the person.

Posted by ملوك | November 24, 2010 8:51 PM

heard that Dylan likes to smoke his humus. Hence the raspy voice.

Posted by سعودي كول | November 24, 2010 8:58 PM

Dylan takes his hummus as a true artist does... With celery.

Posted by شات ملوك | November 25, 2010 10:26 AM

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