Sam Fender St. James’ Park Newcastle 2023 concert confirmed: how to buy tickets and will there be a pre sale?

North Shield’s own Sam Fender announces a huge hometown show in Newcaslte  in 2023.

Sam Fender has announced a huge hometown show in Newcastle to take place next year.

In a tweet on 2 September, the North Shields local wrote: “I always joked that one day we might play St James’ Park in Newcastle, and now we’re actually gonna play it.

“It’s gonna be such a special moment and I hope you all join us for it.”

The show is set to be Fender’s biggest solo show to date, and certainly the biggest in Newcastle since his performance at the Utilita Arena earlier this year.

When is Sam Fender playing St. James Park?

Sam Fender returns to Newcastle for his huge hometown show on Friday 9 June 2023 at St. James’ Park, Strawberry Place, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4ST.

The stadium, home to Premier League football team Newcastle United, has a capacity of 52,405 - which demonstrates just how big of a show this is set to be.

When are tickets on sale for Sam Fender’s show at St. James Park?

Pre-sale tickets for Sam Fender’s show at St. James Park will go on sale Wednesday 7 September 2022 at 10am, and in his tweet Fender has advised fans to sign up to his mailing list before 5pm on Tuesday 6th 2022 to get automatic access to the pre-sales.

General sales will commence Friday 9 September 2022 through Ticketmaster.

What could Sam Fender perform at his St. James Park show?

Sam Fender made a triumphant appearance earlier this year at Sheffield’s Tramlines festival as one of the headliners on the main stage. During that performance, he performed the following set according to

  • Will We Talk?
  • Getting Started
  • Dead Boys
  • Mantra
  • Better of Me
  • The Borders
  • Spice
  • Howdon Aldi Death Queue
  • Get You Down
  • Spit of You
  • Alright
  • Play God
  • The Dying Light
  • Seventeen Going Under
  • Hypersonic Missiles

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