Bob Dylan will land in Spain this summer with his 82 years recently fulfilled (which will celebrate on May 24) and his tour ‘Rough and Rowdy Ways Tour‘. He will do it with a proposal “phone free show“. In Spanish: mobile phones will be strictly prohibited during concerts. A total of 12 in our country. tickets for his tour in Spain this one has gone on sale Wednesday March 15including the tickets for his concert in Huesca, Alicante, Granada and Seville.
The first to enjoy Nobel Prize for Literature (by the lyrics of their songs) live will be the people of Madrid or those who come to the capital. There he will perform on June 7 and 8 in the Botanical Nights. A few days (June 10 and 11) he will act in Seville, in FIBES. On the 13th at the Teatro del Generalife in Granada and on the 15th it will arrive at the Alicante bullring.
Two days later, on the 17th, at the bullring of Huesca. On June 19 and 20, the Kursaal Auditorium will perform in San Sebastián and the following day it will offer its repertoire at the Palacio de Deportes de La Rioja in Logroño. He will end his tour of Spain in Barcelona, at the Gran Teatre Liceu, where he will perform on June 23 and 24. In total, 12 concerts in just over two weeks.
Where can you buy tickets to see Bob Dylan?
Tickets for all dates can be purchased now through bobdylan.com and riffmusic. Their prices vary from one city to another. What does not change is the ultimate meaning of the performances: not using mobile phones to open our senses and fully enjoy the experience.
And how will they achieve this? As explained by the ticket sales portal, a company will be in charge of distributing covers for closed and safe phones. Even so, attendees will have their mobile phones throughout the performance. In the event of an emergency, there will be marked areas to be able to use cell phones.
Bob Dylan concert tickets price in Spain
The tickets for the Bob Dylan concerts in Spain they have gone on sale this morning. In some cities the cheapest ones have already been sold out, leaving the following price breakdowns (consulted on March 15 at 1:30 p.m.):
- Madrid (June 7 and 8): tickets from 85 to 225 euros.
- Seville (June 10 and 11): tickets from 81 to 199 euros.
- Granada (June 13): tickets from 64 to 254 euros.
- Alicante (June 15): tickets from 60 to 185 euros.
- Huesca (June 17): tickets from 105 to 185 euros.
- Donostia (June 19 and 20): tickets from 65 to 205 euros.
- Logroño (June 21): tickets from 145 to 185 euros.
- Barcelona (June 23 and 24): tickets from 90 to 215 euros.
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