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.
bobdylan.com is happy to offer pre-sale tickets for all ballpark shows to its visitors, going on sale starting on Monday, April 27. At each venue, the gates will open 30 minutes early for holders of tickets purchased during the bobdylan.com pre-sale. For details, see the bobdylan.com Tour page.
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 free admittance for children*, these tours draw a multi-generational fan base rarely seen on the concert circuit, causing one reporter to describe it as, “more like a backyard party than a rock concert.” The Boston Globe ranked the tour amongst “the most relaxed, enjoyable shows of the year. “You Can’t Beat Fun At The Old Ballpark,” came a headline from the Chicago Sun Times.
All concert tickets are priced at $67.50 and most shows are general admission, allowing fans to grab a seat in the stands or find a place to watch from the field. Tickets will go on sale throughout the month of May and will be available at the local ballpark ticket office and affiliated ticket outlets. There is no baseball game on the day of the show. *Children 14 and under get in free with each adult ticket holder.
Showtime is 5:30pm and gates open at 5:00. Gates will open at 4:30 for holders of bobdylan.com pre-sale tickets.
For more information about Bob Dylan’s summer tour dates and pre-sale opportunities, visit bobdylan.com
Date City On-Sale Pre-Sale
7/1 Milwaukee, WI at Marcus Amphitheater – Summerfest (Bob & Willie only)
7/2 Sauget, IL at GCS Ballpark 5/2 4/27
7/4 South Bend, IN at Coveleski Stadium 5/2 4/27
7/8 Louisville, KY at Louisville Slugger Field 5/9 5/4
7/10 Dayton, OH at Fifth Third Field 5/2 4/27
7/11 Eastlake, OH at Classic Park 5/2 4/27
7/13 Washington, PA at Consol Energy Park 5/2 4/27
7/14 Allentown, PA at Coca-Cola Park 5/2 4/27
7/15 New Britain, CT at New Britain Stadium 5/9 5/4
7/19 Syracuse, NY at Alliance Bank Stadium 5/9 5/4
7/21 Pawtucket, RI at McCoy Stadium 5/9 5/4
7/23 Lakewood, NJ at FirstEnergy Park 5/2 4/27
7/24 Aberdeen, MD at Ripken Stadium 5/9 5/4
7/25 Norfolk, VA at Harbor Park 5/9 5/4
7/28 Durham, NC at Durham Bulls Athletic Park 5/9 5/4
7/29 Sevierville, TN at Smokies Park 5/16 5/11
8/4 Round Rock, TX at The Dell Diamond 5/16 5/11
8/5 Corpus Christi, TX at Whataburger Field 5/16 5/11
8/7 Grand Prairie, TX at QuikTrip Park 5/30 5/25
8/11 Glendale, AZ at Camelback Ranch 5/16 5/11
8/12 Las Vegas, NV at Cashman Field 5/30 5/25
8/14 Fresno, CA at Chukchansi Park 5/30 5/25
8/15 Stockton, CA at Banner Island Ballpark 5/30 5/25