Donovan announces first UK tour in 10 years

The 50th Anniversary Tour begins in October

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Donovan has announced his first UK tour in 10 years.

Titled the 50th Anniversary Tour, the dates begin in October on October 3 in Glasgow and finish up on October 31 in London.

“I am delighted to be going on tour in October, to thank all who have followed my work from the beginning and to all who have just discovered me,” Donovan said.

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Ticket prices vary from £25-£30. Tickets are available direct from the venues themselves,  Ticketline (0161 832 1111) or from wegottickets.com.

Donovan will play:

October 3: The Pavilion Glasgow
4: Queens Hall Edinburgh
7: The Gardyne Dundee
8: Tyne Theatre Newcastle
9: Spa Theatre Scarborough
10: Town Hall Leeds
11: Truck Theatre Hull
13: Liverpool Philharmonic
15: Albert Hall Nottingham
16: The Montgomery Sheffield
17: Rncm Manchester
18: Rncm Manchester
20: The Key Peterborough
21: The Guildhall Gloucester
23: Birmingham Town Hall
24: The Guildhall Portsmouth
25: Colston Hall Bristol
26: New Theatre Cardiff
27: Town Hall Oxford
28: The Pavilion Bournemouth
30: The Assembly Hall Worthing
31: Cadogan Hall London

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