WORCESTER, Mass. — The Worcester Art Museum is offering free admission to anyone who dresses up like Bob Dylan on May 24, which will be the musician’s 72nd birthday.
Museum officials say images of Dylan are included in its photography exhibit, “Kennedy to Kent State: Images of a Generation,” which closes in June.
They say fans are also welcome to bring harmonicas with them that day.
The images in the exhibit date from 1958 to 1975.
They include photographs from the civil rights movement, the Vietnam War, the American space program and John F. Kennedy’s presidency.