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Thu, 23 May

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Palais Theatre

Forever Young - The Songs of Bob Dylan @ The Palais, St.Kilda

Bob Dylan's vast catalog of songs remarkably still remain as wondrous, relevant and life affirming as ever. A body of work indeed Forever Young. Join fellow Dylan devotees Ross Wilson, Adalita, Rebecca Barnard, Mick Thomas, Lisa Miller, Charles Jenkins & Rob Snarksi to celebrate all things BOB

Forever Young - The Songs of Bob Dylan @ The Palais, St.Kilda
Forever Young - The Songs of Bob Dylan @ The Palais, St.Kilda

Time & Location

23 May 2024, 8:00 pm

Palais Theatre, Lower Esplanade, St Kilda VIC 3182, Australia

About the event

Presented by Caravan Music & Leicashow Presents, and featuring Ross Wilson, Adalita, Rebecca Barnard, Mick Thomas, Lisa Miller, Charles Jenkins, Rob Snarski and more, with Musical Director Shane O’Mara and aptly named house band The Luminaries

Continuing a tradition that began at the Caravan Club's original location in Oakleigh in 2011 for Bob’s 70th, Leicashow and Caravan are upping the ante to bring their beloved Bob Dylan Birthday Bash to Bendigo.

It's a tradition that has seen some of the biggest and brightest in Australian music - including Vika & Linda, Joe Camilleri, Tex Perkins and Tim Rogers - perform songs that are enmeshed in the very fabric of their musical lives and to wish Bob a good one!

Revered vocalists and long-established Dylan fan favourites Ross Wilson, Adalita, Rebecca Barnard, Mick Thomas, Lisa Miller, Charles Jenkins and Rob Snarski are all on board, and there are other vocalists to be announced. They'll all be backed as always by the incredible house band, The Luminaries featuring MD Shane O’Mara, Shane Reilly, Adrian Whitehead, Rick Plant and Ben Wiesner. As is the case every year, everybody will dig deep and give their very best - for you and for Bob.

None of us are getting any younger, but certain things are apparently ageless. And while Bob Dylan may be turning 83, his vast catalogue of songs - songs written over a period now spanning over 60 years - remains as wondrous, relevant and life-affirming as ever. It is a body of work that has, indeed, remained Forever Young.

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