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Bob Dylan is coming to Ithaca!
Bob Dylan is coming to Ithaca!

Bob Dylan has announced the first 13 dates of his 2013 itinerary. Dylan will kick off his spring tour in upstate New York at SUNY Buffalo Alumni Arena and, as of now, wind things down on on April 21st at Ohio’s Bowling Green State University. The trek, which will likely be extended, will take in stops primarily in secondary markets.

JUST ANNOUNCED: Bob Dylan tour dates (subject to change):
April 5 – Buffalo, NY – SUNY Buffalo Alumni Arena
April 6 – Amherst, MA – Mullins Center
April 8 – Kingston, RI – Ryan Center
April 9 – Lowell, MA – Tsongas Center At UMass Lowell
April 10 – Lewiston, ME – Androscoggin Bank Colisee
April 12 – Newark, DE – Bob Carpenter Center
April 13 – California, PA – California University
April 14 – Ithaca, NY – Barton Hall
April 16 – Richmond, VA – Landmark Theater
April 18 – Bethlehem, PA – Stabler Arena
April 19 – Akron, OH – E.J. Thomas Hall
April 20 – Kalamazoo, MI – Wings Stadium
April 21 – Bowling Green, OH – Bowling Green State University

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