The Bob Dylan Show

The Bob Dylan Show Coca-Cola Park
Tuesday 14 July 2009

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With Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson and John Mellencamp

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Tuesday 14 July 2009

Coca-Cola Park

1050 IronPigs Way
Allentown, pa 18109
United States
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The Bob Dylan Show
Along with fellow troubadour Willie Nelson, this summer The Bob Dylan Show will also feature John Mellencamp,
marking just the second time in the past 24 years that these three performers have shared the concert stage. is happy to offer pre-sale tickets for all ballpark shows to its visitors. At each venue, the

gates will open 30 minutes early for holders of tickets purchased during the pre-sale.

Visit this page for pre-sale passwords, which will be posted in the table below before each pre-sale begins.

All concert tickets are priced at $67.50 and most shows are general admission, allowing fans to grab a seat in the
stands or find a place to watch from the field. Children 14 and under get in free with each adult ticket holder.

Showtime is 5:30pm and gates open at 5:00. Gates will open at 4:30 for holders of pre-sale tickets.

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  • paulshock21

    I've got to disagree... I saw nothing wrong with the crowd, as far as being boisterous or rude. Nelson surprised the hell out of me, Mellencamp could've at least played a few fan favorites. My only complaint from Dylan is a bit too much from Modern Times. He switched up the set a bit, from what I saw... I think his voice sounded pretty good (for what it's worth) and the set was pretty nicely constructed. All Along the Watchtower, Leopard Skin Pill Box Hat, Highway 61, Don't Think Twice and Ain't Talkin were my top 5. Excellent show all in all.

    16 Jul 2009 Reply
  • Togakure

    Now on to my quick remarks. Ignoring the surprisingly boisterous, rude, and trashy crowd (worst concert crowd I've ever witnessed) the show was a success. The opening band was a lot of fun, though regrettably I can not recall their name. A little help please? I'm not a particular fan of Nelson or Mellencamp, but sometimes you have to make sacrifices, ne? Anyway, Dylan opened on guitar for the first two tracks, which was a pleasant surprise. He was very active and playful all night, and unbelievably clear and articulate with vocals. Also, while the arrangements were not totally off the wall (every song was pretty clear what it was right away) nothing was done on autopilot. Dylan and his band cared about their performances tonight, and they were in top form. There was a particularly good performance of Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum (5th song) which I really enjoyed.

    15 Jul 2009 Reply
  • Togakure

    Well, to first address previous shouts 1. He certainly did play tracks from Together Through Life, two of em in fact. I was certainly excited when I heard them start. 2. Willie played well past his allotted time and it was very clear handlers were trying to get him off, and everyone including his band (except Willie himself) were aware of this. Quite comical actually. John therefore played a shorter set. They did not all play together. 3. This was relatively inexpensive. First time I saw him play was as the Virgin Mobile Fest and those tickets were over $200 I believe.

    15 Jul 2009 Reply
  • cutthroatkris

    Wow. Shit's expensive.

    7 Jul 2009 Reply
  • Crkdrain

    How do they divvy up the playing time? Do all three artists play the same amount of songs or what?

    17 Jun 2009 Reply

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