Duluth Dylan Fest
Celebrating Duluth’s Native Son
The Duluth Dylan Fest’s mission is to celebrate the spirit of artistic freedom, intellectual honesty, and integrity of Bob Dylan. The festival is coordinated by volunteers committed to providing creative activities that tap the talents of artists, poets, and musicians in Duluth, the surrounding region, and beyond.
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October 22nd at 7:00 PM at Sacred Heart Music Center – the Duluth Dylan Fest and KUMD celebrates this milestone with a special celebration featuring a performance from Los Angeles-based rock and folk duo Andy & Renee. Multi-instrumentalist and longtime Duluth musician Marc Gartman will open.
Tickets $20 in advance on Eventbrite and
$25 at door.
KUMD hosts a one-hour radio program dedicated to Bob Dylan’s music, including live and studio performances as well as different versions of his songs performed by other artists, airing weekly on Saturdays and Mondays at 5 p.m
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Duluth Dylan Fest!
Bob Dylan Way
In May 2006, the City of Duluth designated a cultural pathway in honor of Duluth’s native son, Bob Dylan, to commemorate his 65th birthday. The 1.8 mile Bob Dylan Way winds through Duluth’s downtown, extending from Michigan Street at 5th Avenue West to 15th Avenue East and London Road. It follows segments of three major arteries: Michigan Street, Superior Street and London Road (Historical Highway 61) linking cultural assets from the Depot to the History Armory.
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