Bob Dylan Tickets
The Hollywood Pantages Theatre
The Pantages Theatre welcomes the legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, for a three-night run this summer. On Tuesday, 16th June 2022, Bob Dylan will perform his third night at the iconic venue in Los Angeles! The shows are part of Bob Dylan’s 2022 tour entitled, Rough and Rowdy Ways. The Rough and Rowdy tour will promote Dylan’s latest release with the same name, released in 2020. Fans can expect the award-winning singer to perform tracks from his latest effort, as well as timeless hits, such as “Blowin’ In the Wind” and “The Times They Are a’Changing.” Get your tickets now to see Bob Dylan take over the Pantages Theater!
Bob Dylan is considered one of the greatest songwriters of all time. His music has inspired millions and his lyrics have a significant impact on listeners. Dylan’s biggest hit song, “Blowin’ In the Wind,” had rhetorical questions on politics, war, and freedom. The lyrics resonated so well with listeners that “Blowin’ In The Wind” became the unofficial song of the civil rights and anti-war movements in the ‘60s. Bob Dylan’s music defies pop culture norms, and his folk music bravely uses loud guitar distortion compared to the massively accepted acoustic guitar elements for the genre. Still, listeners embraced Dylan’s unique style, which led to the singer’s stellar success.
Bob Dylan has released 39 studio albums and sold over 125 million albums throughout his six-decade career. He has won multiple awards, including ten Grammy Awards, a Golden Globe Award, a GMA Dove Award, and many more. In 1988, Bob Dylan was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame by Bruce Springsteen. According to the Rock Hall, Bob Dylan “has shaped popular music in innumerable ways—from inspiring the Beatles and bringing folk-rock into the mainstream to proving that electric guitars could be as revolutionary as acoustic ones.” In 2016, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. Dylan often used literature influences and references on his lyrics. Some of Dylan’s songs used references from works by great writers, including William Blake, Edgar Allan Poe, T.S Elliot, and James Joyce.
Visit the Pantages Theatre on Tuesday 1gth June 2022 and witness one of the greatest songwriters from the 20th century perform his timeless hits!