Barclays Center already has some big names playing this year—Barbra Streisand, Justin Bieber, Jay-Z, Neil Young—and now folk/rock legend Bob Dylan will be coming to Brooklyn on November 21st, for what may just be his second show in the borough.

According to the Star-Ledger, tickets are scheduled to go on sale September 14th, and Dire Straits' Mark Knopfler is also on the bill.

ArtsBeat notes that Dylan played Prospect Park in 2008, and they turn to an old Brownstoner post to determine if the singer ever lived in the borough. While he did sing about Brooklyn Heights in "Tangled Up In Blue" ("I lived with them on Montague Street / In a basement down the stairs / There was music in the cafes at night / And revolution in the air"), and about Red Hook in "Joey," it's unclear if he ever lived there, or anywhere other than Manhattan once he got to New York City. He also has other Brooklyn ties, via Dave Van Ronk and Woody Guthrie (he says he first came to New York to visit the latter at a Brooklyn hospital).