'ROLLING STONE' called it 'The Concert of the Decade'. For Sinead O'Connor it must have been the worst night of her life. For the 18,000 people packed into Madison Square Garden on 16 Oct 1992, it was simply unforgettable. The Bob Dylan 30th Anniversary Concert brought together a line-up to rival Woodstock's: Stevie Wonder, Nancy Griffith, Lou Reed, Chrissie Hynde, Willie Nelson, George Harrison, Roger McGuinn, Johnny Cash and, finally, Dylan himself all turned up to celebrate the great man's career. Inevitably there were low points - O'Connor was booed from the stage - but the best moments were pure delight, and Neil Young has never been better. This week the concert is released on video. The double-cassette package costs pounds 16.99, but we have 20 copies to give away. To win, simply answer the following question:
What character did Dylan play in Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid?
Answers on a p/c to: Dylan, Arts, IoS, 40 City Rd, London EC1Y 2DB, by Fri 22 Oct. Usual rules apply; the editor's decision is final.