Well here’s a nice bit of news to lead us into the weekend (close enough). Titan, hero, legend – choose your superlative – folk champion Bob Dylan is set to return to Hong Kong for the first time in seven years when he plays the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on Saturday August 4.
Dylan – who in 2016 won the Nobel Prize in Literature, a first for a musician – is showing no signs of stepping away from the stage despite turning 77 later this month. Expect many all-time classics on the night – personally, we’re keeping our fingers crossed for some lesser-known gems like Tomorrow is a Long Time and Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright.
Tickets go on sale Monday morning, May 14, at 10am over at hkticketing.com. Dylan sold out two shows last time he was in town, so best get in there quick.