Legend-of-legends, Bob Dylan, will be playing a date at the Roundhouse, London, later this year.
As part of the announcement for a series of 10 UK dates including the London O2 Arena, SECC (Glasgow) and the CIA (Cardiff), the sneaky singer will play an intimate gig at the revered Roundhouse in Camden on 26th April. The venue seats just 2000 people, making it the smallest and most-wanted date on his current global tour.
Dylan's musical career spans over 40 years, during which he has won a myriad of awards for his songwriting, recording and performing including Grammy, Golden Globe, Academy Awards as well as numerous others. The UK series of his world tour will start in Sheffield on April 24th and end at the Edinburgh Playhouse on May 3rd.
Tickets are on sale today (March 25th) and are exclusively available through the Dylan's website (www.bobdylan.com) using a password system. The tickets will be restricted to just two per purchase. Good luck!