Bob Dylan to resume “Never Ending Tour” in November
Bob Dylan will call of the break he was forced to take from his “Never Ending Tour” owing to the Covid-19 pandemic.
USAToday reports that the music legend, “relentlessly playing shows for the so-called “Never Ending Tour,” Bob Dylan had to take an extended break from the road — his longest since the 1980s — because of the COVID-19 pandemic”.
However, Dylan, who turned 80 in May, is ready to get back to work — beginning with a show at the Riverside Theater in Milwaukee on November 2.
It will be the first date of Dylan’s latest run, with 21 shows in 17 cities announced Monday. The tour wraps up December 2 in Washington.
It also will be Dylan’s first tour since releasing Rough and Rowdy Ways, his 39th studio album, in June 2020. The album was one of the best-reviewed of the year, ending up on several critics’ year-end lists.