This day in Willie Nelson History: Willie Nelson/Bob Dylan Ball Park Tour begins (2004)

 

On August 6, 2004 Willie Nelson and Bob Dylan launched their first joint concert tour, playing minor league baseball parks, beginning with at stop at Doubleday Field in Cooperstown, New York

 

6 – Cooperstown, NY – Doubleday Field
7 – New Haven, CT – Yale Field
8 – Brockton, MA – Campanelli Stadium
10 – Wappinger Falls, NY – Duchess Stadium
11 – Altoona, PA – Blair County Ballpark
12 – Aberdeen, MD – Ripken Stadium
14 – Salisbury, MD – Arthur W. Perdue Stadium
15 – Richmond, VA – The Diamond
17 – Charleston, SC – Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park
18 – Sevierville, TN – Smokies Stadium
20 – Jackson, TN – Pringles Park
21 – Lexington, KY – Applebee’s Park
22 – South Bend, IN – Coveleski Stadium
24 – Comstock Park, MI – Fifth-Third Ballpark
25 – Peoria, IL – O’Brien Field
27 – Madison, WI – Warner Park
28 – Des Moines, IA – Sec Taylor Stadium
29 – Sioux City, IA – Lewis & Clark Stadium
31 – Lincoln, NE – Haymarket ParkÂ

September 2004

1 – Wichita, KS – Lawrence-Dumont Stadium
3 – Oklahoma City, OK – SBC Bricktown Ballpark
4 – Kansas City, KS – Community America Ball Park

2 Responses to “This day in Willie Nelson History: Willie Nelson/Bob Dylan Ball Park Tour begins (2004)”

  1. laney says:

    I was at this show in Des Moines and when Bob came out, the crowd surged and about crushed me if not for my son holding his arms around me….it was kind of frightening to be in the midst of so many rabid Dylan fans…but a good time was had by all….

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