Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Brandeis University students had been planning to bring the famed performer to Waltham.
Bob Dylan will not be coming to Waltham to perform, at least for now, according to the Brandeis University student newspaper, The Justice. Brandeis students had been pushing to bring the famed performer to campus to perform in the spring, but Brandeis administartors declined to approve Dylan coming to campus by the required deadline, according to the student newspaper. Students had been pushing to bring Dylan to an on-campus music festival planned for the spring. Now, students are reworking plans for the spring music festival, according to The Justice.
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
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Monday, November 19, 2012
Bob Dylan may visit Waltham soon to perform.
Brandeis University is considering bring famed musician Bob Dylan to their campus to perform in the spring. While plans are not yet final, the concert could be open to the general public as well as students. Do you want Bob Dylan to come to Waltham? Tell us in the comments section below.
Friday, November 9, 2012
Bob Dylan could be coming to Waltham next year.
Brandeis University students are pushing school officials to host a folk music festival next spring that would bring famed singer Bob Dylan to its Waltham campus, according The Justice, the student newspaper. While a university official said the college was open to the idea, Senior Vice President of Students & Enrollment Andrew Flgael said the idea poses several challenges, according to The Justice. It could cost as much as $300,000 to host Dylan and the university would have to address whether it would open the concert to attendees other than students, Flagel told The Justice. The plan, at this point, would bring Dylan to campus for the first day of a two-day festival that would be free for students, according to The Justice. Non-…