Rock legend Bob Dylan to take the stage at Cornell University

If hearing Bob Dylan sing a set of his legendary songs is on your concert bucket-list, listen up.

The rock legend will perform at Cornell University this spring, according to The Cornell Daily Sun, the universityâ??s daily-student newspaper.

Dylan, who rose to fame in the 1960's, will take the stage at Barton Hall on April 14th. It is his first stop at Cornell in more than 15 years.

Tickets go on sale to students next Wednesday, March 12, and will be available to alumni and the general public starting March 13 through Cornellâ??s ticket offices. The rock band Dawes will open for Dylan.

Dylan's stop in Ithaca is part of a tour that includes a handful of other colleges and universities around the northeast, including a performance at the State University of Buffalo set for April 5.

Dylan is 71-years-old and his career has spanned more than 50 years.

Dylan last took the Barton Hall stage in November 1999, sharing the stage with Phil Lesh & Friends, according to Daily Sun chronicles. He also previously performed at Cornell in March and November of 1965.