Leonard Cohen Day Tickets Released

The Big Chill Festival make day tickets for Cohen

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Fans have been given one more chance to see Leonard Cohen perform in the UK.

A limited number of special ‘Leonard Cohen’ day tickets for The Big Chill festival in Ledbury will be released today (June 25).

Cohen, who is currently midway through his world tour, will make his last live UK appearance on Sunday August 3 on the main stage.

Tickets are £65 and available from www.bigchill.net .

The remaining tour dates are:

Montreal, QC, Canada Place Des Arts (June 25)
Glastonbury, United Kingdom Glastonbury Festival (29)
Oslo, Norway Aliset Stadium (July 1)
Helsingborg, Sweden Open Air (3)
Copenhagen, Denmark Rosenborg Castle (5)
Arhuus, Denmark Raadhus (6)
Montreux, Switzerland Montreux Jazz Festival (8)
Lyon, France Les Nuits De Fourvieres (9)
Bruges, Belgium Cactus (10)
Amsterdam, Holland Westerdam (12)
Edinburgh, United Kingdom Castle (16)
London, United Kingdom O2 Arena (17)
Lisbon, Portugal Passeio Maritimo (19)
Nice, France Jazz Festival (22)
Lorrach, Stimmen De Welt (25)
Lucca, Summer Festival (27)
Athens, Lykabettus Theatre (29)
Ledbury, Big Chill (August 3)
Istanbul, Arena (5/6)
Prague, Castle (10)
Budapest, Sziget (12)
Girona, Cap Roig (14/15)
Vienna, Opera House (28/29)

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