Bob Dylan announces London Palladium dates

Dylan will play in April in support of new album Triplicate

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Bob Dylan will play a run of shows at the London Palladium.

Supporting his forthcoming triple album, Triplicate, out on May 31, Dylan and his band will perform for three nights at the West End theatre in April.

Tickets for Dylan’s previously announced UK tour are mostly sold out, but the London dates go on sale at 10.00am this Friday (February 10).

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The 30-song Triplicate is the singer and songwriter’s third set drawing from the classic American songbook, following 2015’s Shadows In The Night and 2016’s Fallen Angels, and is divided into three themed discs.

Bob Dylan plays:

London Palladium (April 28, 29, 30)
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena (May 3) – SOLD OUT
Bournemouth International Centre (4) – SOLD OUT
Nottingham Motorpoint Arena (5)
Glasgow SECC Clyde Auditorium (7) – SOLD OUT
Liverpool Echo Arena (8)
London Wembley SSE Arena (9)

Ticket information is available at the London Palladium and Bob Dylan’s own site.

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