Bob Dylan will end his fall tour with a bang. The legendary singer-songwriter has announced a residency in New York City.
The 78-year-old will play 10 shows at the Beacon Theatre starting on November 23 to wrap up 2019. The concerts will conclude his U.S. trek that begins on October 11 in Irvine, CA.
The Beacon run will be Dylan’s longest stay at a New York venue since he set up shop in the folk clubs of Greenwich Village in the early 60s. Dylan played seven dates at the Beacon in 2018 and five in 2017.
Dylan is the subject of a new Martin Scorsese Netflix documentary called “Rolling Thunder Revue.” It chronicles Dylan’s 1975 tour with never-before-seen footage and interviews.
Earlier this year, Dylan celebrated the 50th anniversary of his Nashville Skyline album by announcing plans to open a whiskey distillery in the city next year.