Bob Dylan announces UK arena tour – ticket details

Mark Knopfler is set to join the folk legend on his October tour

Bob Dylan announces UK arena tour – ticket details

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Bob Dylan has announced an October UK arena tour.

The folk legend, who headlined London's Feis Festival last month, will play six arena dates in the middle of October.

The trek begins with two nights at Glasgow's Braehead Arena on October 8 and 9 and runs until October 14, when Dylan plays Bournemouth International Centre. There is currently no show scheduled in London.

Dylan will be joined on all dates by former Dire Straits frontman Mark Knopfler and his band.

Bob Dylan will play:

Glasgow Braehead Arena (October 8, 9)
Manchester Evening News Arena (10)
Nottingham Capital FM Arena (11)
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena (13)
Bournemouth International Centre (14)


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