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Bob Dylan and Neil Young to co-headline British Summer Time gig in Hyde Park (2019)

Bob Dylan

Story by Jack Foley

SINGING legends Bob Dylan and Neil Young are to co-headliner a major UK music festival in London in the summer of 2019.

The iconic duo will play London’s Hyde Park as part of British Summer Time on July 12 – although it has yet to be announced in which order they will play.

The pair have shared a stage many times previously, beginning in 1976 at a farewell show for Dylan’s backing band. They have also named-checked each other in several songs.

Dylan, who won the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature, toured the UK last summer, while Young played the O2 in London two years ago.

The British Summer Time events in Hyde Park are among the most sought after concert tickets of any years. Earlier this year, artists including Roger Waters, Bruno Mars and Michael Buble played the event.

Tickets for Dylan and Young go on pre-sale today (Tuesday) and general sale on Friday, November 30.