CHUGG ENTERTAINMENT announced today Bob Dylan has just added a second and final Sydney performance to take place at the historic Enmore Theatre on Sunday 19th August. Tickets to this just-added show will go on-sale Monday, 6 August at 9am AEST.
Bob Dylan’s tour of Australia and New Zealand begins August 8th in Perth. Last tickets are available for previously announced performances at Melbourne’s Margaret Court Arena on Tuesday 14th August and Sydney’s ICC Theatre on Saturday 18th August, with tickets in Perth, Adelaide (with Vance Joy – SOLO), Wollongong, Newcastle and Brisbane selling fast.
TICKETS FOR NEW SYDNEY SHOW ON SALE MONDAY 6TH AUGUST, 9AM AEST
TICKETS FOR ALL OTHER SHOWS ON SALE NOW
BOB DYLAN | 2018 TOUR DATES
Presented by Chugg Entertainment
Wednesday 8th August – Perth Arena (All Ages) – SELLING FAST
Saturday 11th August – Bonython Park, Under The Heated & Seated Grand Marquee (All Ages) – SELLING FAST
With Vance Joy (SOLO)
Monday 13th August – Margaret Court Arena (All Ages) – LAST TICKETS
Tuesday 14th August – Margaret Court Arena (All Ages) – LAST TICKETS
Saturday 18th August – ICC Sydney Theatre (All Ages) – LAST TICKETS
Sunday 19th August – Enmore Theatre (All Ages) – JUST ADDED!
Monday 20th August – WIN Entertainment Centre (All Ages) – SELLING FAST
Wednesday 22nd August – Entertainment Centre (All Ages) – SELLING FAST
Friday 24th August – Entertainment Centre (All Ages) – SELLING FAST
Sunday 26th August – Spark Arena (All Ages) – SELLING FAST
Tuesday 28th August – Horncastle Arena (All Ages) – SELLING FAST
In celebration of the forthcoming shows, Sony Music Entertainment Australia have announced the release of Live 1962 – 1966: Rare Performances From The Copyright Collections out Friday 27th July. The 2CD compilation will feature exceptionally rare performances of previously released tracks.
Bob Dylan’s impact on popular music and culture is immeasurable. The recipient of the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature, he is responsible for some of the most influential albums of all time, such as The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan, Highway 61 Revisited, and Blonde on Blonde. During his distinguished career, Bob Dylan has received 10 GRAMMY Awards (including wins for Love And Theft, Modern Times and the Album of the Year GRAMMY for Time Out of Mind), as well as the Academy Award for Best Original Song for ‘Things Have Changed’ in 2002.
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