Bob Dylan's Solo Tour this Fall Gains Momentum from Desert Trip Festival Slot; Tickets Rising!
Bob Dylan will hit the road this fall in support of his latest record, Fallen Angels, which was released back in May. The 27-date trek will span across North America making stops in cities such as El Paso, Tulsa, Baton Rouge and many more. Dylan's solo tour will follow his highly-anticipated appearance at the first-ever Desert Trip Music Festival in California.
Tickets to see Bob Dylan this fall are currently averaging $219 on the secondary market, with prices across several markets rising. Dylan will kick off his tour on Oct. 16 in Phoenix, Arizona at the Comerica Theatre, where tickets are currently averaging $226, with the cheapest ticket priced at $89.
Other stops include Durham, North Carolina at the Durham Performing Arts Center on Nov. 4, where tickets are averaging $181, with thee cheapest ticket priced at $97. His fall route will wrap up on Nov. 23 at the Au-Rene Theater in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where tickets are averaging $357, with a get-in ticket going for $177, according to data provided by TicketIQ.
Just before Dylan kicks off his own headlining tour, he will join several other rock-and-roll legends for two consecutive weekends at the Desert Trip Music Festival. At Empire Polo Grounds in Indio, California, this three-night event will feature complete sets from iconic artists like The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Roger Waters and The Who.
Three-day admission passes and single-day tickets for the sold out Desert Trip Festival remain in high demand and are continuing to rise across the secondary market. Passes for Weekend 1, which will take place Oct. 7-9, are currently averaging $2,247, with the cheapest pass found for $550. Weekend 2, which is scheduled for Oct. 14-17, are averaging $2,002, with cheapest pass priced at $533.
The lineup for Desert Trip remains the same for both weekends, with The Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan kicking things off on Friday night, Paul McCartney and Neil Young going on Saturday, and Roger Waters and The Who set to close the show on Sunday.