There's just no stopping Bob Dylan these days.
The 75-year-old songwriting legend, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature last fall and has a new triple album, Triplicate, due out on March 31, also announced a North American tour this summer that stops at the MTS Centre July 12.
Tickets go on sale March 24 at 10 a.m. at Ticketmaster and sell for $58 or $88 plus fees.
Triplicate, an album of American standards that includes Stormy Weather, Stardust and As Time Goes By, is Dylan's 38th studio album and the third-consecutive collection of songs from the era before rock 'n' roll gained prominence.
2015's Shadows in the Night, which focused on songs initially performed by Frank Sinatra, shot to No. 1 upon its release and Fallen Angels, which came out last year and included classics from songwriters such as Johnny Mercer and Harold Arlen, reached No. 7 on the Billboard 200 album chart. It was Dylan's 22nd top-10 album during his recording career, which began with his self-titled debut in 1962.