PULLMAN, Wash. — There are still tickets available for the March 21 Bob
Dylan concert set for 7:30 p.m. at Washington State University’s Beasley
Performing Arts Coliseum.
The tickets are $36 and $26 and are available at the Coliseum box office and all
G&B Select-A-Seat outlets. Tickets also can be ordered by phone at
800/325-SEAT and over the Internet at www.ticketswest.com.
Critics say Dylan’s influence as a singer-songwriter on the development of
20th century popular music is indisputable. His achievements encompass
almost four decades of constantly changing modes of creativity, always
innovative, but always based on American musical traditions and roots.
Starting with folk music and reaching the heights of critical and public fame, he
set aside the rules of the day, appearing no longer alone with his acoustic
guitar, but in the company of a rock-and-roll band. It was a development that
required both integrity and determination, a move that cemented his role as
one of the greatest rock artists of our time.
Recent Grammy Award winners Asleep at the Wheel will be opening for Dylan.