Lewis Capaldi ticket prices have been revealed ahead of his UK and European tour dates going on sale

Lewis Capaldi ticket prices have been revealed ahead of his tour going on sale.

Lewis Capaldi recently announced a headline UK and European arena tour – and ticket prices have been revealed.

The singer will head to venues across early 2023 in support of his latest album.

Tickets for his UK and European tour go on sale at 9am on 28 October via Ticketmaster and See Tickets.

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But before they’re released, fans might be wondering how much tickets cost for standing and seated sections.

The tour will start on 14 January in Leeds and head to the likes of Sheffield, Manchester, Liverpool and Newcastle.

There’s also dates planned for Aberdeen, Glasgow, Birmingham, Nottingham, Belfast, Cardiff and it finishes up in Exeter on 2 February.

He said on Instagram: “still amazes me I’ve gone from playing my tunes to next to no one in pubs around Scotland to hundreds of thousands of you around the world in a few short years.”

“Will always be hugely grateful for everything you lot have done for me since then,” the singer added.

 

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It’ll be in support of his upcoming second studio album, Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent.

The LP features lead single “Forget Me”, which reached number on the UK Singles Chart and saw him pay homage to Wham!’s “Club Tropicana” for the music video.

Ahead of tickets going on sale you can find out prices and the full tour schedule below.

What are Lewis Capaldi’s ticket prices?

It’s been confirmed that tickets for Lewis Capaldi’s UK tour dates will be priced at the following:

  • £47.70
  • £60.00
  • £71.50

When do Lewis Capaldi tickets go on sale?

They go on general sale at 9am on 28 October via Ticketmaster and See Tickets.

A presale takes place at 9am on 26 October for fans who pre-ordered his album from the official store. This has now closed, and those fans will be emailed details on how to access the presale

What are the tour dates?

  • 14 January – Leeds, First Direct Arena – tickets
  • 16 January – Sheffield, Utilita Arena – tickets
  • 18 January – Manchester, AO Arena – tickets
  • 19 January – Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena – tickets
  • 21 January – Newcastle, Utilita Arena – tickets
  • 23 January – Aberdeen, P&J Live – tickets
  • 24 January – Glasgow, OVO Hydro – tickets
  • 26 January – Birmingham, Utilita Arena – tickets
  • 27 January – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena – tickets
  • 29 January – Belfast, SSE Arena – tickets
  • 30 January – Dublin, 3Arena – tickets
  • 1 February – Cardiff, Cardiff International Arena – tickets
  • 2 February – Exeter, Westpoint Arena – tickets
  • 13 February – Warsaw, Torwar – tickets
  • 14 February – Vienna, Stadthalle – tickets
  • 16 February – Berlin, Mercedes Benz Arena – tickets
  • 17 February – Prague, O2 Arena – tickets
  • 19 February – Hamburg, Barclays Arena – tickets
  • 21 February – Frankfurt, Festhalle – tickets
  • 23 February – Antwerp, Sportpaleis – tickets
  • 25 February – Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome – tickets
  • 26 February – Paris, Accor Arena – tickets
  • 28 February – Cologne – Lanxess Arena – tickets
  • 2 March – Copenhagen, Royal Arena – tickets
  • 3 March – Oslo, Spektrum – tickets
  • 5 March – Stockholm, Avicii Arena – tickets
  • 7 March – Zurich, Hallenstadion – tickets
  • 8 March – Milan, Mediolanum Forum – tickets
  • 10 March – Barcelona, Palau Sant Jordi – tickets
  • 11 March – Madrid, Wizink Center – tickets
  • 14 March – Stuttgart, Schleyer-Halle – tickets
  • 15 March – Munich – Olympiahalle – tickets

 

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