The Old Town Center for the Arts hosts the annual Bob Dylan Birthday Concert Saturday, May 21, from 7 to 10 p.m., on the Old Town Center for the Arts in Cottonwood.
For 14 years, from 2006 by 2019, this annual occasion has celebrated the musical legacy of Bob Dylan. It resumes once more this 12 months, and is carried out by a few of the greatest musicians within the Sedona/Verde Valley space.
If You Go …
• What: Bob Dylan Birthday Concert (Saturday)
• When: Saturday, May 21, 7 p.m.
• Where: Old Town Center for the Arts, Fifth Street & Main, Cottonwood
• How Much: $25 advance $28 door, $30 precedence.
• More Info: (928) 634-0940,
This occasion has been one of the vital well-liked music occasions at OTCA and all of northern Arizona.
Bob Dylan, an American singer-songwriter, writer, visible artist, Grammy winner, Academy Award winner, Nobel Prize laureate, and numerous different accolades, is considered one of many best songwriters of all time. He has been a significant determine in well-liked tradition spanning the previous 60 years, starting his profession within the early Nineteen Sixties, with songs similar to “Blowin’ in the Wind” and “The Times They Are a-Changin’.”
Dylan can be 81 years previous (younger) on May 24 and continues to be going sturdy at present along with his “Rough and Rowdy Ways” tour, the newest model of his well-known Never Ending Tour, in full swing.
Joe Neri, founder, producer and performer of those many Dylan tribute concert events, can be again along with his normal nice line-up of native and not-so-local musicians. This 12 months’s performers embody Tommy Anderson, Tyler Barrett, the Salt Miners (Nora Bolles, Mike McReynolds, Mark Gifford), Gary Every, Dave and Luke Harvey, Suzie Schomaker, Tim Young, and the Mystery Tramps home band (Joe Neri, Larry Hill, J.J. Corcoran, Hutch Hutchison, Alan Albert).
“I’ve been a Bob Dylan fan since 1962, the year it all began,” says Neri. “Bob and I share the same birth date – May 24 – and I organized the first concert in 2006 kind of as a lark to celebrate both of our birthdays with music. Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine just how popular it would be. Each year, the concert got bigger and bigger, in terms of both audience and musicians. I am honored to be able to bring this edition of the Bob Dylan Birthday Concert to all of his fans here in the Sedona/Verde Valley area and I am thankful to the Old Town Center for the Arts for making it happen. It’s going to be a truly great show.”
The night time earlier than, Friday, May 20, at 7 p.m., the OTCA will host Joe Neri’s Blues Dawg Reunion Concert. Come to at least one live performance or each! Both concert events are sponsored by the Best Western Cottonwood Inn and Lee Worthen.
Old Town Center for the Arts Is positioned at fifth Street & Main in Old Town Cottonwood. Tickets for The Bob Dylan Birthday Celebration Concert are $25 prematurely, $28 on the door, and $30 for precedence seating within the first three rows. Tickets for Fridays Blues Dawg Reunion Concert are, $18 advance, $20 on the door, and $25 for precedence seating within the first three rows. A particular mixture bundle is obtainable for each concert events, $35 advance normal seating and $45 precedence normal seating. Tickets for each occasions can be found on-line at showtix4u.com or in Cottonwood at Mount Hope Foods and Mysterium and In Sedona, you could find tickets at The Mary D. Fisher Theater. For ticket costs and extra details about these and different upcoming occasions, go to oldtowncenter.org, or name Elena Bullard at 928 634 0940.