Bob Dylan is going to spend his entire summer touring in North America to promote the latest album.
Grammy Award-winning songwriter and singer Bob Dylan is going to roam even further in North America this summer. He had extended his summer tour to support 2006's "Modern Times".
After announcing early jaunt that kicks off June 22 in Atlantic City, N.J., the legend is now wrapping up July 28 in Kelseyville, C.A.. According to his official website, there are 'hot seats' available for fans who want to see the performance up front and personal. These premium tickets come in a package with exclusive Bob Dylan Tour gift item and collectible laminate. Interested fans can click the "Hot Seats" icon next to the venue on the official website.
The 65 years old singer is now is process to complete the European tour that will end May 5 in Herning. "Modern Times" sold 192,000 units the first week it hit US stores and entered the Billboard chart at #1.