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1961 Nov 4, Carnegie Chapter Hall, NYC

1962 Sept 22, Carnegie Hall, NYC

1963 Apr 12, Town Hall NYC

1963 May, 17-19 Monterey Festival

1963 July 26-28, Newport Folk Festival

1963 Oct 26, Carnegie Hall, NYC

1964 Feb 8, Atlanta

1964 May 17, Royal Festival Hall, London

1964 July 23-26 Newport Festival

1964 Oct 17, Detroit

1964 Oct 31, Philharmonic Hall, NYC

1965 Apr 24, Seattle

1965 May, Royal Albert Hall, London

1965 July 22-25, Newport Festival

1965 Oct 1st, NYC, Carnegie Hall

1966 Feb 12, Norfolk, USA

1966 April, Australia Tour

1966 May, Europe Tour

1966 May 24, L'Olympia, Paris

1966 UK, unofficial

1966 May, Royal Albert Hall, London

1969 Aug 31, Isle Of Wight Festival

1976 Jan 25, 'Hurricane II", Houston

1978 World Tour

1978 Jul 15, Picnic At Blackbushe

1981 Europe Tour

1982 June 6, Peace Sunday, Pasadena

1984 Europe Tour

1984 July 8, Slane Castle

1985 Philadelphia, Live Aid

1985 Sep 22, Champaign, Ill.,

1986 True Confessions Tour

1987 Temples In Flame Tour, Europe

1987 Sep 17, East Berlin

1988 Rock n Roll Hall Of Fame

1988 Never Ending Tour USA & Canada

1989 Patras, Greece

1990 Roy Orbison Concert Tribute

1990 Never Ending Tour, Europe

1991 Never Ending Tour, Argentina

1992 Never Ending Tour

1992 Oct 16, 30th Anniversary, NYC

1993 Fleadh Festival

1994 Great Music Experience, Nara

1994 Woodstock II Festival

1996 June 29, Prince's Trust, London

1998 May 31, Nüremberg Festival

1998 Feb 1st, Newark

1998 June 28, Glastonbury Festival
1999 July 6, Detroit

2000 Stockholm, Polar Prize

2001 June 28, Langesund, Norway

2002 Never Ending Tour, Europe

2002 Aug 19, Southampton, NY

2002 Oct Never Ending Tour USA

2003 Never Ending Tour, Europe

2004 Never Ending Tour, Europe

2004 June 20 Fleadh Festival

2005 Never Ending Tour, Europe

2007 Never Ending Tour, Europe

2007 Oct 16, Dayton, OH

2009 Never Ending Tour, Europe

2010 Never Ending Tour, Japan

2010 Sept 4-6  Bumbershoot Festival

2011 Apr 15, Singapore

2011 June 18, London Feis

2011 Tour with Mark Knopfler

2012 Apr 26-30 Buenos Aires

2013 Never Ending Tour, Europe
2015 Never Ending Tour, Europe
2017 Never Ending Tour, Europe
 
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ISLE OF WIGHT FESTIVAL,  31 August 1969

The 1969 Isle of Wight Festival was held on 29–31 August 1969 at the English town of Wootton, on the Isle of Wight. The festival attracted an audience of approximately 150,000 to see acts including Bob Dylan, The Band, The Who, Free, Joe Cocker, the Bonzo Dog Band and The Moody Blues. It was the second of three music festivals held on the island between 1968 and 1970. Organised by Ronnie and Ray Foulk's Fiery Creations,[2] it became a legendary event, largely owing to the participation of Dylan, who had spent the previous three years in semi-retirement. See some documents below:

   She Belongs to Me

   I Threw It All Away

   Maggie's Farm

   Wild Mountain Thyme

   It Ain't Me, Babe

   To Ramona

   Mr. Tambourine Man

   I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine

   Lay, Lady, Lay

   Highway 61 Revisited

   One Too Many Mornings

   I Pity the Poor Immigrant

   Like a Rolling Stone

   I'll Be Your Baby Tonight

   The Mighty Quinn (Quinn the Eskimo)

   Minstrel Boy

   Rainy Day Women #12 & 35

  

Programme, front

Programme, back

handbill [0113]

Book of 25 tickets for the Festival. Each ticket measures 17cm x 10.5cm (6.75 inches x 4.25 inches). [0112]

Unofficial Souvenir Brochure, pre-festival production issue, notable for what might have been! Centre page double spread has stock shot of Bob Dylan with message that he is to come out of obscurity and fly to England to appear at the festival. Pink Floyd are incorrectly listed as playing, so are The Soft Machine, John Surman and Chicken Shack. 12 pages (6.5"x 9"). Thanks to Wil for scan & info. [1211]