Bob Dylan rumoured to play Hop Farm festival 2010

Dylan also announces Limerick show this July

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Bob Dylan is rumoured to be on the bill for this year’s Hop Farm festival in Kent.

A number of Dylan fansites, including Expectingrain.com are reporting that the songwriter will appear at the event, which is usually held every July. However, nothing official has been confirmed yet.

A Hop Farm spokesperson would neither confirm or deny that the singer will play the festival.

Dylan is set to play at Thomond Park Stadium in Limerick, Ireland on July 5, suggesting he could also play other gigs in the UK and Ireland around that time too.

Keep checking Uncut.co.uk for the latest Hop Farm news.

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