On Oct. 24, Bob Dylan will begin a three-night stay in Hollywood, Calif., when he takes the stage at the city's state-of-the-art Dolby Theatre. Be there on Friday night to witness firsthand as Dylan kicks off the trio of performances from this Hollywood Boulevard landmark. From Dylan's 1962 self-titled debut to his 2012 studio album, "Tempest," the legend has written hundreds of songs that may make their way onto the set list for this night's concert. Watch Dylan showcase his mastery of music as he performs everything from folk staples like "Tangled Up in Blue" to more modern compositions from his more than 50 years on stage.
Dolby Theatre Seating Information
Hollywood's Dolby Theatre is complete with six different seating levels that span the height of the venue. The main floor closest to the stage where Bob Dylan will perform includes the Pit Level, which makes up the first two rows in the theater. The Pit is followed by the Orchestra Level's three sections: Left, Right, and Center. Slightly above the Orchestra is the Parterre Level, which also consists of three different sections. Finally, there are three unique Mezzanine tiers that provide the farthest seating from the stage. These include the Lower, Middle, and Upper Mezzanine Levels. For fans looking for a more exclusive viewing experience, you may be able to find seats in one of the many boxes that line the sides of the theater. The odd-numbered boxes stand to stage right, while the even-numbered boxes are situated to stage left.
Dolby Theatre General Information
No food or beverages purchased outside Dolby Theatre can be brought inside to the concert, but the venue typically offers a variety of concessions for sale on site. Any children attending the Bob Dylan show will need to have a ticket to enter regardless of age.
Dolby Theatre Parking Information
You can find self-service parking available in one of the lots located within walking distance of the theater. You should expect to pay for your parking on the day of the show, although advance parking passes may be on sale depending on availability. Additionally, Bob Dylan fans can use Metro Rail to arrive at the Dolby Theatre. The Red Line drops fans just steps away from the theater at the Hollywood and Highland Station.
Dolby Theatre Gate Times
Bob Dylan is expecting to begin this first Dolby Theatre concert at 8 p.m. local time, and fans should be able to enter the venue at least an hour before that. Early arrival is encouraged, as the theater reserves the right to restrict late entry.