Singer Bob Dylan has decided to ban smartphone use on his new UK tour.
The 81-year-old music star decided that fans should seal their devices in special bags so they can watch the show.
Grants will be provided by the event production itself. The fan puts the cell phone in there, shuts it off, and can get in. The mobile phone remains with the person, but without access to it during the performance.
To open the ball, it is necessary to return to the place where it was closed. For cell phone use, a special area will also be set up at the concert venues. After using the cell phone, the fan can return to the presentation as long as it re-closes the device.
The idea is that the audience can enjoy the tour Rough and noisy roads Without major distractions.
Bud Dylan hasn’t toured the UK in over five years. The singer will perform four times at the legendary Palladium Stadium in London between October 19-24. After that, he travels to other locations in the country.
Bob Dylan’s last UK performance in 2019, along with Neil Young, was at BST Hyde Park in London.
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