Via the LA Times music blog... I'm sooo there.
Now that legendary songwriter Bob Dylan is about to wrap up a unique tour with John Mellencamp and Willie Nelson in minor league baseball parks (Shea Stadium wasn't on the itinerary, and tonight the trio perform at Whataburger Field in Corpus Christi, Texas), he has announced several dates for a West Coast tour in more-traditional venues.
Included with stops in Seattle, Portland and Berkeley, the 68-year-old legend will come to Los Angeles unaccompanied with other veteran headliners, but will perform a three-night stand at the Hollywood Palladium in support of his 33rd studio release, "Together Through Life," which debuted at No. 1 on the U.S. pop chart this spring.
Tickets are currently in the pre-sale state and require a password, which can easily be retrieved by going to BobDylan.com/#/tour -- or here.