Musician Bob Dylan onstage during the 17th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards held at The Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, California, January 12, 2012.(Christopher Polk/Getty Images for VH1)

In December, at a ceremony in Sweden, Patti Smith accepted Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize in Literature on behalf of the crooner who compared the likelihood of the recognition to having “the same odds as standing on the moon.” Now, even though he skipped the awards banquet months ago, Dylan will in fact formally receive his medal and diploma, the academy announced, when he travels to Stockholm to give a couple concerts this weekend. No media will be allowed.

With the news, the Dylan Nobel saga seems to be wrapping up into a neat bow after all, although The New York Times reports that “some uncertainty still remains.”

Nobel laureates, who are awarded 8 million Swedish krona, or about $900,000, are required to give a lecture on their subject within six months of the prize ceremony, which was held on Dec. 10. Mr. Dylan will not deliver his this weekend. His deadline is in June.

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