Dolly Parton rumoured for Glastonbury Festival 'legends' slot

The country singer has never appeared at the iconic music event before

Dolly Parton rumoured for Glastonbury Festival 'legends' slot

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Dolly Parton is strongly rumoured to be playing Glastonbury Festival 2014.

The country music icon is reportedly making her Worthy Farm debut next June, according to The Sun, and will take the Sunday night 'legends' slot, on June 29, 2014. The supposed date would fit in perfectly with her 2014 UK tour, which sees Parton playing London's O2 Arena on June 27, but leaves her with an open schedule until her Nottingham Arena tour on July 2. Arcade Fire and Lily Allen have already confirmed themselves for the festival.

Parton's 'Blue Smoke World Tour' visits the UK for 13 shows, starting on June 8 in Liverpool. Scroll down to see the full list of UK dates and ticket details.

Dolly Parton will play:

Liverpool, Echo Arena (June 8, 2014)
Belfast, Odyssey Arena (June 10)
Dublin, O2 Arena (June 11)
Cork, Live At The Marquee (June 12)
Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena (June 14)
Aberdeen, GE Arena (June 15)
Glasgow, Hydro Arena (June 17)
Leeds, First Direct Arena (June 20)
Manchester, Phones 4U Arena (June 21)
Birmingham, LG Arena (June 22)
Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (June 24)
London, O2 Arena (June 27)
Nottingham, Arena (July 2)


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