Oh No, Dylan Does Another Ballpark Tour

 

And of course those ballparks have the
BEST acoustics on the planet!

 

By Blurt Staff

 

Bob Dylan has
just announced an ambitious line-up for this year’s summer concert tour. 
Along with fellow troubadour Willie Nelson, this summer The Bob Dylan Show will
also feature John Mellencamp, marking just the second time in the past 24 years
that these three performers have shared the concert stage.

 

 

Since first
embarking on a tour of minor league baseball parks in 2004, over a half-million
fans have come together to spend a night under the stars with the Bard, whose new
studio album arrives next week, April 28 through Columbia Records.  Watch
BLURT next week for a review of Together Through Life.

 

All concert
tickets are priced at $67.50 and most shows are general admission (kids get in
free). Showtime is 5:30pm and gates open at 5:00.  There is no baseball
game on the day of the show.  For more information about the tour and
presale opportunities, visit www.bobdylan.com .

 

 

 

      Date            
Market                                                                   
On-Sale

 

7/2               
Sauget, IL
at GCS
Ballpark                                      
5/2

7/4               
South Bend, IN at Coveleski
Stadium                       
5/2

7/8               
Louisville, KY
at Louisville
Slugger
Field                   
5/9

7/10             
Dayton, OH
at Fifth Third
Field                                
5/2

7/11             
Eastlake, OH
at Classic
Park                                    
5/2

7/13             
Washington, PA at Consol Energy
Park                    
5/2

7/14             
Allentown, PA at Coca-Cola
Park                            
5/2

7/15             
New Britain, CT
at New Britain
Stadium                   
5/9

7/19             
Syracuse, NY
at Alliance Bank Stadium                    
5/9

7/21             
Pawtucket, RI at McCoy
Stadium                             
5/9

7/23             
Lakewood, NJ
at FirstEnergy
Park                           
5/2

7/24             
Aberdeen, MD
at Ripken
Stadium                            
5/9

7/25             
Norfolk, VA
at Harbor
Park                                     
5/9

7/28             
Durham, NC at Durham Bulls Athletic
Park               
5/9

7/29             
Sevierville, TN at Smokies
Park                                
5/16

8/4               
Round Rock, TX at The Dell
Diamond                      
5/16

8/5               
Corpus Christi, TX at Whataburger
Field                  
5/16

8/7               
Grand Prairie, TX at QuikTrip
Park                          
5/30

8/11             
Glendale, AZ
at Camelback
Ranch                           
5/16

8/12             
Las Vegas, NV at Cashman
Field                             
5/30

8/14             
Fresno, CA
at Chukchansi
Park                                
5/30

8/15             
Stockton, CA at
Banner Island
Ballpark                    
5/30

 

 

 

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