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Dennis Locorriere Announces 50th Anniversary Dr. Hook UK Tour

Thursday, 06 September 2018 Written by Huw Baines

Dennis Locorriere will celebrate 50 years of Dr. Hook with a UK tour.

The vocalist will take the band’s catalogue of soft-rock classics around the country late next year, with things kicking off in Aylesbury on October 31 and running through to a December 13 date at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall. Tickets are on sale now.

Dr Hook Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Thu October 31 2019 - AYLESBURY Waterside
Fri November 01 2019 - BLACKPOOL Opera House
Sat November 02 2019 - BIRMINGHAM Symphony Hall
Sun November 03 2019 - CANTERBURY Marlowe Theatre
Thu November 07 2019 - ABERDEEN Music Hall
Fri November 08 2019 - DUNDEE Caird Hall
Sat November 09 2019 - EDINBURGH Usher Hall
Sun November 10 2019 - LIVERPOOL Philharmonic Hall
Wed November 13 2019 - LLANDUDNO Venue Cymru
Fri November 15 2019 - YORK York Barbican
Sat November 16 2019 - SCARBOROUGH Spa
Tue November 19 2019 - GLASGOW Royal Concert Hall
Wed November 20 2019 - GLASGOW Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Thu November 21 2019 - KILMARNOCK Grand Hall
Fri November 22 2019 - MOTHERWELL Concert Hall
Sat November 23 2019 - NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE City Hall
Fri November 29 2019 - CARLISLE Sands Centre
Sat November 30 2019 - HULL Bonus Arena
Wed December 04 2019 - LEICESTER De Montfort Hall
Fri December 06 2019 - POOLE Lighthouse
Sat December 07 2019 - LONDON Indigo2
Tue December 10 2019 - BELFAST Waterfront
Thu December 12 2019 - SHEFFIELD City Hall
Fri December 13 2019 - NOTTINGHAM Royal Concert Hall

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