Bob Dylan announces November UK tour – ticket details

He will play nine shows in Glasgow, Blackpool and London this autumn

Bob Dylan announces November UK tour – ticket details

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Bob Dylan has announced a string of UK tour dates set for this November.

He will play three shows at Glasgow Clyde Auditorium, three at Blackpool Opera House and three at London Royal Albert Hall, starting on November 18 in Scotland. Tickets go on sale June 14 at 9am [BST].

Bob Dylan will play:

Glasgow Clyde Auditorium (November 18, 19, 20)
Blackpool Opera House (22, 23, 24)
London Royal Albert Hall (26, 27, 28)


Bob Dylan was recently nominated for France's Légion d'Honneur. The legendary US singer had his first nomination reportedly thrown out by the deciding council over his marijuana use and his opposition to the Vietnam War.

The approval by the Légion d'Honneur council means France's minister of culture may soon decorate Dylan with the honour, which is the country's highest distinction. Previous performers awarded the honour include The Beatles' Paul McCartney and France's Charles Aznavour.

Last year Dylan was honoured with the Medal Of Freedom by US president Barack Obama at the White House. The singer-songwriter, among 13 new recipients of the US' highest civilian award, was paid a glowing tribute by Obama, who said there was "no bigger giant in the history of American music".

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