For two nights!

The Nobel Prize-winning bard this morning announced a fall headlining tour with his band, with a series of shows that will begin Oct. 13 in Valley Center, Calif.

The tour makes its Philadelphia stop Nov. 11 and 12 — Dylan's first since releasing Triplicate, his 2017 three-disc set of songs associated with Frank Sinatra, earlier this year. Gospel great Mavis Staples, whose new Jeff Tweedy-produced album, If All I Was Was Black, is due Nov. 17, is set to open both shows.

In other Dylan news, Conor McPherson's play Girl From the North Country, featuring loads of Dylan songs, is a big hit in London, and has to be coming to Broadway in the new year, doesn't it? And Joan Osborne has just released a Songs of Bob Dylan tribute album. Not to mention Old Crow Medicine Show, who rejuvenated a Dylan classic this year at the Philadelphia Folk Fest.