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Sounds Of The 60s Live With Tony Blackburn To Tour UK In 2020

Monday, 12 August 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

BBC Radio 2's Sounds Of The 60s Live hosted by DJ Tony Blackburn will tour the UK starting in January 2020.

The 18-date trek will feature songs, stories, and memories from the golden decade of pop with music performed live by the Sounds Of The 60s All Star Band and singers.

Stops include Swindon, Bradford, Leicester, Guildford, Basingstoke, Hayes, Yeovil, Leamington Spa, Cannock, Dudley, Warrington, Margate, Bolton, Wellingborough, Ipswich, Dorking, Cardiff, and Crawley between January 11 and May 28. Blackburn said:

"I'm absolutely thrilled that the Sounds of the 60s live tour has proved so popular and that we’re in a position to extend the run well into 2020. It's proof that the music of the 60s is as loved now as it was back then!"

Tickets go on general sale at 10am on August 16. Additionally, DJ Johnnie Walker will host BBC Radio 2's Sounds Of The 70s Live On Tourwhich also takes place in 2020.

Sounds Of The 60s Live With Tony Blackburn Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat January 11 2020 - SWINDON Wyvern Theatre
Thu January 16 2020 - BRADFORD St Georges Hall
Sat January 18 2020 - LEICESTER De Montfort Hall
Sat January 25 2020 - GUILDFORD G Live
Thu January 30 2020 - BASINGSTOKE Anvil
Sat February 01 2020 - HAYES Beck Theatre
Sat February 08 2020 - YEOVIL Westlands
Thu February 13 2020 - LEAMINGTON SPA Royal Spa Centre
Sat March 07 2020 - CANNOCK Prince Of Wales Theatre
Sat March 14 2020 - DUDLEY Town Hall
Sat March 21 2020 - WARRINGTON Pyramid
Sat March 28 2020 - MARGATE Winter Gardens
Sat April 11 2020 - BOLTON Albert Halls
Sat April 18 2020 - WELLINGBOROUGH Castle Theatre
Thu April 23 2020 - IPSWICH Regent Theatre
Sat May 09 2020 - DORKING Halls
Sat May 23 2020 - CARDIFF St Davids Hall
Thu May 28 2020 - CRAWLEY Hawth

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