Ever-dapper singer Leonard Cohen has announced that he’ll be embarking on a second leg of his U.S. tour this fall, and if you live near any of the 15 cities on its itinerary, I strongly suggest you make time this fall and head to the concert nearest you. The bulk of the dates are on the eastern side of the country, with only dates in Las Vegas and San Jose, Calif., announced as West Coast cities so far. Full slate of dates after the jump.

Oct. 17: Sunrise, Fla. (BankAtlantic Center)
Oct. 19: Tampa, Fla. (St. Pete Times Forum)
Oct. 20: Atlanta (Fox Theatre)
Oct. 22: Philadelphia (The Wachovia Spectrum)
Oct. 23: New York (Madison Square Garden)
Oct. 25: Cleveland (Allen Theatre)
Oct. 27: Columbus, Ohio (Palace Theatre)
Oct. 29: Chicago (Rosemont Theatre)
Nov. 1: Asheville, N.C. (Thomas Wolfe Auditorium)
Nov. 3: Durham, N.C. (Durham Performing Arts Center)
Nov. 5: Nashville (Tennessee Performing Arts Center)
Nov. 7: St. Louis (Fox Theatre)
Nov. 9: Kansas City, Mo. (The Midland by AMC)
Nov. 12: Las Vegas (The Colosseum at Caesars Palace)
Nov. 13: San Jose, Calif. (HP Pavilion)

  • bbernardini

    Looks like this will be one of the last concerts at the legendary Spectrum in Philadelphia. (The last two shows are to be Pearl Jam on October 28 and 30.)

    I saw many fine shows there, including Rush, Billy Joel, Eric Clapton, and a particularly amazing performance by The Cure and 65daysofstatic. I believe I’ve even seen the circus, a monster truck show, and the Ice Capades there as well.

    Oh, right, Leonard Cohen. My point is that I think it’s great that such an (underappreciated by the masses beyond “Hallelujah”) icon will be doing one of the last shows in this building.

  • ObtuseIntolerant

    Oooh, I am SO going to the Spectrum!!!!

    The only other show I’ve seen there in memory has been The Wiggles.

    Can’t wait.