Bob Dylan and His Band
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, The Hot Club Of Cowtown
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The Bob Dylan performance scheduled for July 11th at the Champlain Valley Exposition has been cancelled. The following is a message from Bob Dylan’s Management:
In the interest of public health and safety and after many attempts to try and reschedule these shows for a workable timeframe this year, it is with deep regret that we announce the US Bob Dylan shows originally scheduled for June/July are cancelled. We hope to be back out on the road at the earliest possible time once we are confident that it is safe for both fans and concert staff.
All tickets will be automatically refunded to the original method of purchase within the next 30 business days. If your credit card has expired or has been cancelled or compromised since your ticket purchase, you must contact the Flynn Box Office immediately to make other refund arrangements. To do so, please e-mail email@example.com . In the subject line of the e-mail, please note “Bob Dylan Refund” + your last name and your order number if you have it. In the e-mail, please note that you need to refund to a different card and provide a daytime phone number where you can be reached so Box Office staff can contact you.
Bob Dylan and His Band
Bob Dylan’s career has lasted the better part of fifty years now. What is more impressive is that Dylan has remained not only active for almost all of that period, but controversial. He has never gotten by on sentimentality or nostalgia. He has never repeated his successes. For better or for worse, Dylan has always pushed his work ahead.
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
Rateliff has always been an omnivorous listener and player. Growing up in Hermann, Missouri, a small town with a booming tourism industry as well as a rampant meth epidemic, he started his music career playing in his family’s band at church, but that came to a tragic end when his father was killed in a car accident. Music became an obsession for him and his friends. “We would walk around these deserted country roads and talk about music all the time, how it can change the world and how it could change our world,” recalls Night Sweats bassist Joseph Pope III. “Music was what we thought would save us.”
Champlain Valley Expo
3625, 105 Pearl St
Essex Junction, VT, 05452