Dolly Parton looks to have time to hit Glastonbury Festival next year amidst her UK and European tour.
Is legendary country star Dolly Parton in line for Glastonbury 2014? A suspicious gap in her UK June touring schedule suggests it could be a possibility.
The 'Jolene' singer would make a wonderful addition to next year's Glastonbury Festival line-up and, although nothing has yet been confirmed, it looks like there's a major gap to fill on her 2014 UK summer tour. The festival is set for June 25th - 29th 2014 with bands playing, as per usual, on the last three days. Although Dolly will be hitting London's O2 Arena on Friday 27th, she has the following weekend free which would certainly open up a Glastonbury opportunity. Exciting stuff! Plus, her fellow country star and 'Islands In The Stream' collaborator Kenny Rogers hit up the Pyramid Stage at this year's event and, after a show like that, there's definitely a fresh demand for country legends.
We are hoping, of course, that Dolly doesn't wind up in any more accidents while hitting her UK tour next year, following yesterday's 'fender bender' which took place in Nashville. She revealed in a statement yesterday (October 21st 2013): 'I was in a fender bender this morning, here in Nashville. But I am all good. Just a little tired and sore, resting at home.'
Her Europe 2014 tour will kick off on June 8th at Liverpool's Echo Arena, with dates currently running through until July 9th. She'll be playing all around the UK and Ireland, Germany, Denmark and Norway.
The UK dates are sure to sell out
Dolly Parton UK & Europe Dates:
June 8th - England, Liverpool, Echo Arena
June 10th - Northern Ireland, Belfast, Odyssey Arena
June 11th - Ireland, Dublin, O2 Arena
June 12th - Ireland, Cork, Live At The Marquee
June 14th - England, Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena
June 15th - Scotland, Aberdeen, GE Arena
June 17th - Scotland, Glasgow, Hydro Arena
June 20th - England, Leeds, First Direct Arena
June 21st - England, Manchester, Phones 4U Arena
June 22nd - England, Birmingham, LG Arena
June 24th - Wales, Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
June 27th - England, London, O2 Arena
July 2nd - England, Nottingham, Arena
July 5th - Germany, Cologne, Lanxess Arena
July 6th - Germany, Berlin, O2 World
July 8th - Denmark, Copenhagen, Forum
July 9th - Norway, Oslo, Spektrum