James Blunt to play Glastonbury for third time + tour dates

Fast becoming a Glastonbury regular, James Blunt has announced he will play the festival for the third time this Summer. With album sales in excess of 14 million, Blunt is the most successful singer songwriter of his generation and a captivating live performer.

James will be on the Pyramid stage at 4PM on Saturday June 28th, 2008.

Backed by his incredibly tight live band, James will be performing tracks from his latest hit album 'All The Lost Souls' as well as 'Back To Bedlam', his critically acclaimed multi platinum album.

Currently on the road in Australia, Blunt is set to perform at a series of festivals across Europe before he embarks on his eagerly anticipated new UK tour.

James Blunt - All The Lost Souls UK Tour Dates 2008

Dates could change!

October 2008

3rd CARDIFF, Cardiff International Arena
4th SHEFFIELD, Arena
7th BIRMINGHAM, National Indoor Arena
8th MANCHESTER, Manchester Evening News Arena
10th GLASGOW, Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre
11th ABERDEEN, Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre
14th LONDON, O2 Arena

Tickets are priced at £32.50 plus booking fee regionally (except Scottish dates, £30 plus booking fee)

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