Bob Dylan Announces First Broadcast In Almost 30 Years

– Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan is taking his performance into the digital space with his first broadcast performance in nearly three decades on July 18 at 2 p.m. PT through Veeps.

The show is also the Enigma’s first public performance since December 2019, since his 2020 touring plans were nixed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The show will mark the first performance of his latest album, Rough And Rowdy Ways, and will feature songs from his wider catalogue.

Tickets go on sale today at 9 a.m. PT for $25 apiece and purchasers will have access to the show for 48 hours.

“It’s an incredible honor and a high point for us all at Veeps to have the opportunity to be working with Bob Dylan, and to be a part of what is sure to be a truly special and historic performance, not only as professionals, but as music fans too,” Joel Madden, co-founder of Veeps said in a statement.

Benji and Joel Madden were featured on the cover of Pollstar for their work with the livestreaming platform Veeps in August 2020.

Veeps was acquired by Live Nation in January of this year, which Joel told Pollstar was “all upside.”

Veeps Co-Founder and Chief Relationship Officer Sherry Saeedi was named to Pollstar’s annual Impact 50 list this year.