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Bob Dylan Plans New Livestream Concert

Bob Dylan is giving his first broadcasted performance in almost three decades.

The legendary singer-songwriter will play a livestream concert called Shadow Kingdom this summer. Live Nation–owned livestreaming company Veeps is taking care of production. The concert will take place July 18 and more information - as well as tickets - can be found here.

Shadow Kingdom will mark Bob Dylan’s first live performance since the release of his most recent album, Rough and Rowdy Ways in 2020. In May, it was announced the 80-year-old musician's legacy would be honored with a new museum called the Bob Dylan Center. It will open in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 2022.

Additionally, a U.S. exhibit featuring Dylan's artwork will open this fall at Florida International University, and a new biopic of Dylan's life, titled Going Electric, is in the works. Timothée Chalamet will play the famed singer-songwriter.

See the announcement for Shadow Kingdom below.

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Article Image: Bob Dylan and his band performing in Shanghai, China in April 2011. (ChinaImages via DepositPhotos.)

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