Bob Dylan England Tour 1965
|Bob Dylan England Tour 1965|
Bob Dylan performing in an unknown concert venue on his 1965 tour of England. This tour would be his last performed solo and acoustic.
|Tour by Bob Dylan|
|Start date||April 30, 1965|
|End date||May 10, 1965|
|Bob Dylan tour chronology|
Bob Dylan's 1965 England Tour was a tour that Bob Dylan gave in England during late April and early May 1965. It was widely documented by filmmaker D. A. Pennebaker, who used the footage of the tour in the documentary Dont Look Back.
Tour dates 
|April 30, 1965||Sheffield||England||Sheffield City Hall|
|May 1, 1965||Liverpool||Liverpool Empire Theatre|
|May 2, 1965||Leicester||De Montfort Hall|
|May 5, 1965||Birmingham||Birmingham Town Hall|
|May 6, 1965||Newcastle||Newcastle City Hall|
|May 7, 1965||Manchester||Free Trade Hall|
|May 9, 1965||London||Royal Albert Hall|
|May 10, 1965|
Set lists 
As Dylan was still playing exclusively folk music live, much of the material performed during this tour was pre-1965, although several songs performed had been recently recorded for Dylan's then-recent album, Bringing It All Back Home. Each show was divided into two halves, with seven songs performed during the first, and eight during the second.
- Fist half
- "The Times They Are a-Changin'"
- "To Ramona"
- "Gates of Eden"
- "If You Gotta Go, Go Now (Or Else You Got to Stay All Night)"
- "It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)"
- "Love Minus Zero/No Limit"
- "Mr. Tambourine Man"
- Second Half
- "Talkin' World War III Blues"
- "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right"
- "With God on Our Side"
- "She Belongs to Me"
- "It Ain't Me Babe"
- "The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll"
- "All I Really Want to Do"
- "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue"
Set list per Olof Bjorner.
Joan Baez accompanied him on the tour, but she was never invited to play with him in concert. In fact, they did not tour together again until 1975. After this tour, Dylan was hailed as a hero of folk music, but two months later, at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival, he would alienate his fans and go electric. Dylan was the only artist apart from the Beatles to sell out the DeMontfort Hall in the 1960s. Even the Rolling Stones did not sell out this venue.
- Bjorner (August 7, 2000) Manchester, England, May 7, 1965 Bjorner's Still on the Road. Retrieved July 27, 2010
- Howard Sounes: Down the Highway. The Life of Bob Dylan.. 2001.