Orpheum Theatre | Boston, Massachusetts
Get ready to witness one of the greatest songwriters of all time! Bob Dylan is gracing the Orpheum Theatre Boston stage on Friday 3rd November 2023 with his much awaited Rough and Rowdy Ways World Wide Tour. AMAZING!
The folk icon has had a career that spans 65 incredible years and boasts 39 legendary albums, ten Grammy awards, and the 2016 Nobel Prize "for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition."
Bob Dylan’s Tour comes hot off the heels of his acclaimed Rough and Rowdy Ways studio album.
“Dylan’s solos flow luxuriantly, from the rippling coda of an old-timey Watching the River Flow to some emphatic honky-tonk attacks on the much newer False Prophet.” - Review of the Rough and Rowdy Ways World Wide Tour by the Guardian
This is a must attend event! Snap up your tickets while you still have a chance!
Soak up the Bob Dylan magic with his latest music at the Orpheum Theatre Boston in Massachusetts with the hotly awaited Rough and Rowdy Ways World Wide Tour. Standing tall since 1852, this epic venue is regarded as one of the oldest theaters in the US!!
Bob Dylan's 39th studio album, "Rough and Rowdy Ways World," stands out as one of his most diverse musical geniuses to date. It effortlessly blends the distinct sounds of Americana, folk, blues, and rhythm and blues. In the album, fans can find acoustic folk treasures like "I Contain Multitudes," "Black Rider," "Mother of Muses," and "Key West (Philosopher Pirate)," electrifying blues hits such as "False Prophet," "Goodbye Jimmy Reed," and "Crossing the Rubicon." There's also a torch anthem in "I've Made Up My Mind to Give Myself to You," as well as genre-defying songs such as "My Own Version of You" and "Murder Most Foul."
This rock 'n' roll legend has continued to amaze audiences with his latest concerts, featuring covers of Grateful Dead's "West L.A. Fadeaway," "Truckin'," "Brokedown Palace," and "Stella Blue," Merle Haggard's "Bad Actor," Van Morrison's "Into the Mystic," as well as debuting the Bobby Weir original "Only a River."
The 2020 “Rough and Rowdy Ways” studio album has already risen to global fame, climbing to the coveted second spot on the Billboard 200 charts. With a career that spans 65 incredible years and 39 legendary albums, ten Grammy awards, and a Nobel Prize to his name, it’s clear Bob Dylan has no intentions of slowing down! This year, he disrupted the scene with "Shadow Kingdom," a collection of new tracks that complement Alma Har'el's movie "Shadow Kingdom: The Early Songs of Bob Dylan," followed by "Fragments – Time Out of Mind Sessions (1996-1997): The Bootleg Series, Vol. 17."
This is your opportunity to witness Bob Dylan's epic keyboard skills up close and personal! As described in The Guardian's review of the Rough and Rowdy Ways World Wide Tour, "Dylan's solos flow gracefully, from the intricate conclusion of the classic 'Watching the River Flow' to his emphatic honky-tonk performances in the more recent 'False Prophet.'"
Don’t miss out!! Secure your tickets now and prepare to watch history unfold before your very eyes!