Bob Dylan’s July 27 Victoria concert has been cancelled. Photo contributed

Bob Dylan concert in Victoria cancelled due to ‘scheduling issues’

Refunds automatic for online or phone ticket purchasers

Undetermined scheduling issues have prompted Bob Dylan and his band to cancel their July 27 concert date at Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre in Victoria.

Refunds are being done automatically for those who purchased tickets online or by phone, while those who bought their tickets at the Select Your Tickets box office at the arena must bring their tickets down for a refund.

There is no word of a rescheduled date for the concert, which would have been the last on a cross-country tour for the singer.

If you have any further questions please contact Select Your Tickets at 250-220-7777.

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