The US singer-songwriter Bob Dylan is scheduled to play a concert in Brno on Sunday night. The 76-year-old Nobel Prize-winner has performed in the Czech Republic repeatedly, but it is his first concert in the south Moravian city.
Dylan’s last concert in the capital was in July 2014, while he performed in Ostrava in 2008. According to organizers, Sunday’s concert in Brno’s Vodova City Hall has been sold-out completely.
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