Bob Dylan will set off on a fresh round of touring beginning April 18 in Boulder, Colo. The new dates include a previously announced appearance at Atlanta's Music Midtown Festival (May 4), as well as

Bob Dylan will set off on a fresh round of touring beginning April 18 in Boulder, Colo. The new dates include a previously announced appearance at Atlanta's Music Midtown Festival (May 4), as well as a stop at Memphis' annual Beale Street Festival (May 6). Dylan is currently on the road in Australia, where he will perform tomorrow (March 21) in Melbourne.

On Sunday (March 25), Dylan is scheduled to perform his Oscar-nominated song "Things Have Changed" live via satellite for the Academy Awards broadcast on ABC. Drawn from the soundtrack to the film "Wonder Boys," the track is up against songs from the likes of Sting, Bjork, and Randy Newman for the best original song honor.

Here are Bob Dylan's U.S. tour dates:
April 18: Boulder, Colo. (Coors Event Center)
April 20: Kearney, Neb. (Tri-City Arena)
April 21: Topeka, Kan. (Kansas Expocenter)
April 23: Lincoln, Neb. (Pershing Auditorium)
April 24: Columbia, Mo. (Hearnes Center)
April 25: Cape Girardeau, Mo. (Show Me Center)
April 27: Knoxville, Tenn. (Chilhowee Park Midway)
April 28: Charlotte, N.C. (Center City Fest)
April 29: Blacksburg, Va. (Buruss Auditorium)
May 4: Atlanta (Music Midtown Festival)
May 5: Nashville (Nashville River Stages)
May 6: Memphis (Beale Street Festival)