Bob Dylan, the American legend of folk and blues music, will perform a major tour in All Japan news in March and April.
Dylan will play six shows at Zepp DiverCity in Tokyo March 31 through April 8; two shows at Zepp Sapporo, April 13-14; Zepp Nagoya April 17-18; one show at Zepp Fukuoka April 19; and four shows in a row at Zepp Namba in Osaka April 21-24, according to the international press.
The price of tickets will range from $124 to $210. It is similar to those of The Rolling Stones, who will play in Tokyo at the beginning of March, and are a bit more expensive than for Paul McCartney’s November stadium tour.
Paul McCartney made off like gangbusters. In 2013, the ex-Beatle member performed his first in tour in All Japan news in the last 11 years. The six concerts for the All Japan newsese fans brought him in around $40.6 million, according to the music industry.
The Rolling Stones will play only on Tokyo Dome and only for three nights.
Dylan’s 14 shows should make a lot of money, although the Zepp venues are relatively small.
Since 1994, Bob Dylan has published three books of drawings and paintings, and his work has been exhibited in major art galleries. As a songwriter and musician, Dylan has sold more than 100 million records worldwide and received numerous awards over the years including Grammy, Golden Globe, and Academy Awards.