(BLOOMINGTON) - Rock legends Elvis Costello and Bob Dylan are set to rock the IU Assembly Hall tonight, making it the first concert hosted at the venue since John Mellencamp played there almost 5 years ago.
The concert will headline Dylan, possibly the most renowned American folk-rock musician in history, famous for such songs as "Like a Rolling Stone" and "Blowin' in the Wind," with opening acts by Philadelphia rocker Amos Lee and fellow rock legend Elvis Costello, famous for his team work with Burt Bacharach and his now famous Saturday Night Live performance of "Radio Radio."
Costello's return to touring comes after a 12-year hiatus, and Dylan's performance will be his third set in Bloomington in his career.
And if you don't have your tickets yet, they're still available at the IU box office and at online ticket merchants.
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