Bob Dylan adds new dates to his first UK tour in over five years

Bob Dylan has added three new concerts to his upcoming UK tour – tickets are available now.

The legendary musician’s next visit to these shores is part of his “Rough And Rowdy Ways” world tour, which begins in the United States in late 2021.

Dylan will be coming to the UK next October, starting with an intimate four-night run at the London Palladium (October 19, 20, 23 and 34). He will then visit Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena (26), Hull’s Bonus Arena (27) and Nottingham’s Motorpoint Arena (28), before finishing the tour with back-to-back performances at Glasgow’s SEC Armadillo (30, 31).

Now, new dates have been announced at the O2 Apollo in Manchester, the New Theater in Oxford and the BIC in Bournemouth on 2, 4 and 5 November. Tickets for the shows go on sale on Monday (September 5) at 10am and can be purchased here. You can see the new dates below.

Upcoming shows are advertised as “phone-free events.” The public must place their mobile devices in a Yondr bag, which they can keep until after the performance.

The singer-songwriter has not performed in the UK since co-hosting London’s BST Hyde Park in 2019 with Neil Young. Before that, he brought his “Never Ending Tour” to the UK in 2017.

Dylan’s “Rough And Rowdy Ways” world tour began in the United States in March.

A series of European dates are scheduled between September 25 and October 17, with stops in Oslo, Paris (three nights), Brussels and Amsterdam (two nights).

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