Bob Dylan will finally accept his Nobel Prize for Literature that he was awarded last December. The famed singer and songwriter from Hibbing, Minnesota will receive his medal and diploma this weekend in Stockholm, Sweden where he’s scheduled to perform. The news comes as an auction takes place today (Thursday) for Dylan’s 1961 handwritten lyrics for a song draft about Wisconsin where he spent his summers. His Nobel Prize caused controversy, and the 75-year-old Dylan failed for weeks to acknowledge the honor and then failed to show up to accept it at a banquet in December — but he did submit an acceptance speech then. Still, Dylan will forfeit the 903-thousand dollar financial prize if he does not deliver a lecture by June tenth — and the Swedish Academy says it won’t happen this weekend but it expects a video of it later.