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Bob Dylan Announces March Tour Dates in Florida, Georgia and North Carolina: 'Don't You Dare Miss It!'

Dylan is currently on his Rough and Rowdy Ways World Wide Tour, which began in Milwaukee on November 2, 2021

<p>Taylor Hill/FilmMagic</p> Bob Dylan in Rothbury, Michigan, on July 5, 2009

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Bob Dylan in Rothbury, Michigan, on July 5, 2009

Bob Dylan is revealing his March tour dates!

The iconic singer-songwriter, 82, is currently on his Rough and Rowdy Ways World Wide Tour, which kicked off in Milwaukee on Nov. 2, 2021.

“Bob Dylan to Tour North America in Spring 2024 JAN 22, 2024,” Dylan’s website read on Monday. “Bob Dylan and His Band present the Rough and Rowdy Ways tour this Spring in North America! See bobdylan.com/on-tour/ for Spring dates."

"Don’t you dare miss it!” the message concluded.

Per Pitchfork, the star’s new tour dates come after he appeared at Farm Aid in September 2023, and released the archival live album The Complete Budokan 1978.

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<p>Bobdylan.com</p> Bob Dylan's Rough and Rowdy Ways World Wide Tour poster

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Bob Dylan's Rough and Rowdy Ways World Wide Tour poster

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“Bob Dylan and his Band will perform in North America this Spring. Tickets go on sale this Friday, January 26,” a caption from the legend’s Instagram read. “See the first announced dates and ticket info at the link in bio.”

The photo from the post featured a silhouette of two people dancing together, alongside a skeleton dressed in a suit and black hat.

“Things aren’t what they were … BOB DYLAN," the photo read. ‘ROUGH AND ROWDY WAYS’ WORLD WIDE TOUR / 2021 - 2024. NORTH AMERICA THIS SPRING! SEE BOBDYLAN.COM FOR DATES AND INFO.”

Dylan’s March 2024 tour dates are:

  • March 1 and 2: Fort Lauderdale, Florida, at Broward Center for the Performing Arts

  • March 5 and 6: Clearwater, Florida, at Ruth Eckerd Hall

  • March 7 Fort Myers, Florida, at Suncoast Credit Union Arena

  • March 9 and 10: Orlando, Florida, at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

  • March 12: Jacksonville, Florida, at Jacksonville Center for the Performing Arts

  • March 14 and 15: Athens, Georgia, at The Classic Center

  • March 17: Charlotte, North Carolina, at Belk Theater

  • March 18: Fayetteville, North Carolina, at Crown Theatre

<p>Gary Miller/Getty Images</p> Bob Dylan performs at Farm Aid on Sept. 23, 2023, in Noblesville, Indiana

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Bob Dylan performs at Farm Aid on Sept. 23, 2023, in Noblesville, Indiana

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Having had a career that has spanned over six decades, Dylan has amassed millions of fans, which include many famous faces.

Last April, actress Juliette Lewis revealed to PEOPLE that she started sobbing when she unexpectedly came face to face with the icon.

“I met him in a tiny New York elevator," she said. "My brain had to tell me to act normal. I got out and into my van for work and told the driver I met him and then involuntarily started sobbing."

Meanwhile, in 2022, Dylan told The Wall Street Journal that he’s a "fan" of rappers like Eminem and Wu-Tang Clan, as he explained that he’s a fan of "anybody with a feeling for words and language" and "anybody whose vision parallels mine.”

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