Bob Dylan's Facebook may be hinting at a show with McCartney, The Who, Rolling Stones


Update: Yep. Here's Dylan's announcement with details.

This video was posted to Bob Dylan's Facebook page recently:

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What is it in reference to? The video itself doesn't say – but Billboard has a good idea.

Dylan, 74, is rumored to be taking part in a gargantuan show – with Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, Roger Waters of Pink Floyd, and The Who as fellow headliners, Billboard previously reported.

And as Billboard said Monday, McCartney, the Rolling Stones, Roger Waters and The Who all have similar videos promising "October" at the end on their Facebook pages now.

The Los Angeles Times has said the unannounced shows would be part of a three-day festival at the site of Coachella ... and it's scheduled for October (the 7-9 to be exact).

An official announcement could come in the next few weeks.

Meanwhile Dylan has a new album coming out on May 20 called "Fallen Angels." Click here for more info on it.

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