THE BOB DYLAN CONCERTS AND TOURS PROGRAMMES

1961 Nov 4, Carnegie Chapter Hall

1962 September 22, Carnegie Hall

1963 April 12, Town Hall, NYC

1963 May 17-19, Monterey Festival

1963 July 26-28, Newport Festival

1963 August 19, NYC, Forest Hills

1963 October 26, Carnegie Hall

1964 February 8, Atlanta

1964 May 17, London

1964 June 17, Ravinia Festival

1964 July 23-26, Newport Festival

1964 October 31, Philharmonic Hall

1964 November 20, Chicago, Ill

1965 April 24, Seattle

1965 May 9-12, Royal Albert Hal

1965 July 22-25, Newport Festival

1965 October 1st, Carnegie Hall

1966 April, Australia Tour

1966 May, Europe Tour

1966 May 24, L'Olympia, Paris

1966 UK, unofficial

1969 Aug 31, Isle Of Wight Festival

1976 January 25, 'Hurricane II'

1978 World Tour

1978 July 15, Picnic At Blackbushe

1981 Europe Tour

1982 June 6, Peace Sunday

1984 Europe Tour

1984 July 8, Slane Castle

1985 July 13, Live Aid

1985 September 22, Farm Aid I

1986 True Confessions Tour

1987 Temples In Flame Tour

1987 September 17, East Berlin

1988 Never Ending Tour

1989 June 26, Patras, Greece

1990 February 24, Orbison Tribute

1990 June 5-7, Toronto, Canada

1990 Never Ending Tour, Europe

1991 Never Ending Tour, Argentina

1992 Never Ending Tour

1992 October 16, 30th Anniversary

1993 Fleadh Festival

1994 May 20-22 Nara, Japan

1994 August 13, Woodstock II

1996 June 29, Prince's Trust

1996 July 21, Pori Jazz Festival

1997 Never Ending Tour, Japan

1998 May 31, Nüremberg Festival

1998 February 1st, Newark

1998 June 28, Glastonbury Festival
2000 June 15, Portland, Or

2001 June 28, Langesund, Norway

2002 Never Ending Tour, Europe

2002 August 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

2007 Never Ending Tour, Europe

2007 October 16, Dayton, OH
2008 July 5, Jaén, Spain

2009 Never Ending Tour

2010 Never Ending Tour

2010 September 4-6,  Bumbershoot

2011 April 15, Singapore

2011 June 18, London Feis

2012 April 26-30, Buenos Aires

2013 Never Ending Tour
2013 April 9, Lowell, Ma.
2014 Never Ending Tour, Japan
2015 Never Ending Tour, Europe
2016 Never Ending Tour, Japan
2017 Never Ending Tour, Europe
2018 April 3-5, Roma, Italy
2018 April 23, Baden-Baden
2019 Never Ending Tour, Europe
 
 

MASTERS OF MUSIC CONCERT London, Hyde Park, Saturday 29 June 1996,
THE PRINCE'S TRUST,
MasterCard Masters of Music Concert.
The Prince's Trust is a charity in the United Kingdom founded in 1976 by Charles, Prince of Wales to help vulnerable young people get their lives on track. It supports 11 to 30 year-olds who are unemployed and those struggling at school and at risk of exclusion. Many of the young people helped by The Trust are in or leaving care, facing issues such as homelessness or mental health problems, or have been in trouble with the law.
Hyde Park is a Grade I-listed major park in Central London. It is the largest of four Royal Parks that form a chain from the entrance of Kensington Palace through Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, via Hyde Park Corner and Green Park past the main entrance to Buckingham Palace. The park is divided by the Serpentine and the Long Water.

 

The Trust held the first rock concert in Hyde Park for over 20 years and began its partnership with the Premier League, Football Foundation and Professional Footballers’ Association. The Trust realised that it could tap into young people’s passions – fashion, music, media and sport – to engage them in programmes which would change their lives.
In 1996 Bob Dylan performed at the concert on Saturday 29 June; other artists were Alanis Morissette, Eric Clapton, Imogen Heap, Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra, and The Who

Ticket for the concert

Bob Dylan prince's trust 1996 Programme Programme, front cover;  2 Dylan pages inside (below):

                

With Ron Wood:

Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat

All Along The Watchtower

Positively 4th Street

Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues

Tangled Up In Blue

Don't Think Twice, It's All Right

Silvio (Bob Dylan & Robert Hunter)

Seven Days