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American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan is headed on the road again.

Iowans will have the opportunity to see the legend on Oct. 23 at Stephens Auditorium on the Iowa State University campus in Ames.

This isn't the Minnesota native's first rodeo in Iowa. Dylan has performed in the Hawkeye State numerous times since his 1980s "Never Ending Tour" — most recently in October 2017 at the same venue.

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The Nobel Prize winner's Ames show will start at 8 p.m. Tickets go on sale at noon on Friday and range from $65-$89.50. Students can save $25 on tickets with a valid student ID at the venue's box office. Tickets are also available at, through Ticketmaster, or at the Iowa State Center Box Office from noon to 6 p.m. on weekdays.

Dylan will kick off his tour Oct. 11 in Irvine, California on and wrap it up Nov. 21 in Philadelphia.

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