Hollywood Pantages Theatre | Los Angeles, California
The greatest songwriter of all time comes to Los Angeles to perform a much-awaited three-night run at the Pantages Theatre. On June 15th, 2022, Bob Dylan will take over the iconic venue’s stage for a second night and entertain fans with songs from his new album, Rough and Rowdy Ways. The shows at the Pantages Theatre are part of Dylan’s extensive 2021 to 2024 tour. Apart from new songs, the legendary singer-songwriter may also be performing his timeless hits, such as “Blowin’ In the Wind,” “The Times They Are a’Changing,” “Like A Rolling Stone,” and many more! Get your tickets now and see Bob Dylan light up at the Pantages Theatre!
Revered as one of the greatest musicians to come out of the 20th century, Bob Dylan has inspired and influenced millions of listeners with his songs. During his prime in the ‘60s, his music style was ahead of its time. Bob Dylan blended folk and rock music. When the universally accepted element for folk was the acoustic guitar, Dylan used heavy distortion. Ultimately, he was responsible for bringing folk rock into the mainstream scene. Bob Dylan’s lyrics also heavily influenced the youth. He often includes political, social, philosophical, and literary references in his music. His song “Blowin’ In the Wind” questioned politics, freedom, and war, making it the unofficial song for civil rights and anti-war movements. Indeed, Dylan’s music made waves during his prime, and it has stood the test of time. Today, his songs enjoy millions of streams and youtube views.
Thanks to his lyrical work and musical prowess, Bob Dylan has earned numerous accolades. He has released 39 studio albums, which sold over 125 million copies worldwide. He has also earned multiple awards, including ten Grammy Awards, a Golden Globe Award, and a GMA Dove Award. In 1998, Bob Dylan was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, with Bruce Springsteen executing the induction speech. According to the Rock Hall, “Bob Dylan is one of the greatest songwriters of all time, a gifted wordsmith with a political conscience, incisive storytelling abilities, and a poet-like acumen for meter and language.” In 2016, Bob Dylan was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature for referencing classic writers and poets, such as William Blake, Edgar Allan Poe, and T.S. Elliot.
Tickets to see Bob Dylan at the Pantages Theatre on Wednesday 15th June 2022 are now available!