Bob Dylan will release his 37th studio album this spring and follow its arrival with a lengthy summer tour of the United States.

Titled Fallen Angels, the new LP is scheduled to drop on May 20 — just days before Dylan's 75th birthday — and will be made available via redemption code to most ticket buyers on the upcoming tour. According to Dylan's Facebook page, the summer dates will see him touring with Mavis Staples as the opening act.

Although nothing has been officially confirmed, rumors continue to suggest that Fallen Angels will be a sequel of sorts to Dylan's 2015 release, Shadows in the Night, which found him covering pop standards previously recorded by Frank Sinatra. According to sources in the fan community, the track listing is set to include “Melancholy Mood," “All or Nothing at All," “Come Rain or Come Shine” and “That Old Black Magic," among others.

Dylan's summer tour is booked starting June 4, when he plays the first of a pair of dates in Washington, and continues through July 17, when it's currently scheduled to conclude in New Hampshire. Take a look at Dylan's complete list of announced 2016 dates below, and visit his official site for ticketing information.

Bob Dylan 2016 Tour
4/02 — Tokyo, Japan
4/05 — Tokyo, Japan
4/06 — Tokyo, Japan
4/09 — Miyagi, Japan
4/11 — Osaka, Japan
4/12 — Osaka, Japan
4/13 — Osaka, Japan
4/15 — Nagoya, Japan
4/18 — Tokyo, Japan
4/19 — Tokyo, Japan
4/21 — Tokyo, Japan
4/22 — Tokyo, Japan
4/25 — Tokyo, Japan
4/26 — Tokyo, Japan
4/28 — Yokohama, Japan
6/04 — Woodinville, Wash.
6/05 — Woodinville, Wash.
6/07 — Eugene, Ore.
6/09 — Berkeley, Calif.
6/11 — Santa Barbara, Calif.
6/13 — San Diego, Calif.
6/14 — San Diego, Calif.
6/16 — Los Angeles, Calif.
6/19 — Morrison, Colo.
6/21 — Kansas City, Mo.
6/22 — Lincoln, Neb.
6/24 — Highland Park, Ill.
6/25 — Indianapolis, Ind.
6/26 — Nashville, Tenn.
6/28 — Kettering, Ohio
6/29 — Toledo, Ohio
6/30 — Lewiston, N.Y.
7/02 — Lenox, Mass.
7/03 — Mashantucket, Ct.
7/05 — Vienna, Va.
7/06 — Vienna, Va.
7/08 — Queens, N.Y.
7/12 — Canandaigua, N.Y.
7/13 — Philadelphia, Pa.
7/14 — Boston, Mass.
7/16 — Portland, Maine
7/17 — Gilford, N.H.

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