Dolly Parton Announces 2014 European Tour

Dolly does Denmark, Ireland, Norway and more on Blue Smoke World Tour.

photo by JON LEMAY/ABC

Dolly Parton is taking the show on the road and overseas in 2014 with the Blue Smoke World Tour.

Starting in June, Dolly and crew will take country music to England, Ireland, Scotland, Denmark and Germany. This isn’t Dolly’s first time to visit the UK and Europe. Her 2011 Better Day World Tour broke attendance records from her previous visits in 2007 and 2008. “Every time I come to Europe I’m just as excited as I was my very first time, which was many, many years ago,” says Dolly. “I love that part of the world and I especially love the fans. We always have such a good time and I’ve put together a lot of things for this show that I think the fans will love.”

Dolly adds, “We had not planned to come back so soon, but we got so much fan mail and such a great reaction that I thought, ‘Well, why not. If they’re having a good time and we always do, let’s just do it.’”

For details and ticket information, go to dollypartonmusic.net.

Blue Smoke World Tour – UK & Europe Dates
DateLocationVenue
 
June8Liverpool, EnglandEcho Arena
 10Belfast, Northern IrelandOdyssey Arena
 11Dublin, IrelandO2 Arena
 12Cork, IrelandLive at the Marquee
 14Newcastle, EnglandMetro Radio Arena
 15Aberdeen, ScotlandGE Arena
 17Glasgow, ScotlandHydro Arena
 20Leeds, EnglandFirst Direct Arena
 21Manchester, EnglandPhones 4U Arena
 22Birmingham, EnglandLG Arena
 24Cardiff, WalesMotorpoint Arena
 27London, EnglandO2 Arena
July2Nottingham, EnglandThe Capitla FM Arena
 5Cologne, GermanyLanxess Arena
 6Berlin, GermanyO2 World
 8Copenhagen, DenmarkForum
 9Oslo, NorwaySpektrum

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