Bob Dylan's East Coast fans have something to be happy about later this fall when he returns for a seven-night residency at Manhattan's Beacon Theatre as well as a tour-closing gig at The Met in Philadelphia. Dylan will hit the Beacon on November 23rd, 24th, 26th, 27th, 28th, 30th and December 1st before winding his down 42-date fall trek when he plays the re-opening of The Met Philadelphia.

Dylan's Philly concert at The Met will mark the historic venue's first show upon undergoing a $56 million restoration project. His Beacon stand follows his 2017 five-night run at the famed Upper West Side theatre.

BrooklynVegan.com announced "Tickets go on sale Friday, September 21st at 10 a.m. with Citi/VIP presales starting Tuesday, September 18th at 10 a.m."

It's safe to say that among all of the rock legends still walking this Earth, Bob Dylan has historically been the one least concerned with the cult of celebrity and keeping up public appearances. A while back he admitted that he's clueless to all of that type of business: "I don’t know what people think of me, see, I only know about what record companies say to you and managers and people like that; y’know, people watchin’ you do things. I only know. . . I only hear about that stuff."

AUDIO: BOB DYLAN ON HOW HE'S VIEWED