Dylan seeks concert noise waiver before he gets loud at Midway Stadium


Minnesota music legend Bob Dylan needs to get an OK from city of St. Paul before he gets loud at his Midway Stadium concert next month, The Associated Press reports.

A request for a variance for an outdoor concert noise waiver is pending before the St. Paul City Council because the amplified sound Dylan's July 11 concert will echo in the air late into the night.

The application for the variance will be heard Wednesday night. Such applications are considered necessary but routine, The AP says.

Dylan's "AmericanaramA" tour will also feature Wilco, My Morning Jacket and Richard Thompson.

The Duluth-born and Hibbing-raised Dylan's tour will also play Bayfront Festival Park in Duluth July 10.

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