Leonard Cohen Adds New UK Show Date

Another chance to see the legend live goes on sale

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From his home at the top of the Pennines

Leonard Cohen has added another new date in the UK to his world tour, his first in fifteen years.

Another chance to see the legend in Manchester at the MEN on November 30 has gone on sale today (August 15) in addition to the recently announced extra date at London’s O2 Arena on November 14.

All dates so far on his extended UK tour have sold out quickly so fans are being urged to grab their chance to see him perform his two hour career-spanning set.

To read UNCUT’s full review of his recent London O2 Arena show, and see the setlist, click here.

Tickets for the newly announced shows are available here.

Leonard Cohen’s remaining 2008 tour dates are:

Bucharest Arcul De Trumpf (September 21)
Vienna Konzerthaus (24, 25)
Prague HC Sparta (27)
Wroclaw Hala Orbita (29)
Berlin O2 (October 4)
Munich Olympiahalle (6)
Helsinki Hartwell Arena (10)
Gothenberg Scandanavium (12)
Stockholm Globen (15)
Copenhagen Forum (17)
Brussels Forest National (19, 20)
Milan Teatro Degli Arcimboldi (23)
Zurich Hallenstadion (25)
Geneva SEG Arena (27)
Frankfurt Festhalle (29)
Hamburg Colorline Arena (31)
Oberhausen Arena (November 2)
Rotterdam Ahoy (3)
GLASGOW CLYDE (5)
CARDIFF CIA ARENA (8)
BOURNEMOUTH BIC (11)
LONDON O2 ARENA (13, 14)
BIRMINGHAM NEC (22)
Paris Olympia (24, 25. 26)
BRIGHTON CENTRE (28)
MANCHESTER MEN (30)


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