McFly at O2 City Hall Newcastle: Times, setlist, support information and more
The hugely popular act are heading to Tyneside today and this is everything you need to know about the gig.
McFly, best known for 00s singles such as Star Girl, Obviously and Five Colours In Her Hair, are back on the road as part of the promotion for their new album Power To Play, which was released back in June and this is everything you need to know about the night in Newcastle.
The band already played one show of the two night stint in the North East on Sunday night and will entertain another audience tonight.
When is the McFly concert in Newcastle on Monday?
The show will be taking place on the evening of Monday, November 6.
What are the times for the McFly gig in Newcastle?
The venue’s website claims doors for the show will open at 7pm while previous nights of the tour have seen the headline set start at around 8:45pm.
The support slot is expected to start at around 7:30pm.
Who is supporting McFly on their UK tour?
The opener for Power to Play tour is LostAlone and they will appear at every show throughout the tour.
Formed in 2005, the Derbyshire band have released four albums with their most recent, The Warring Twenties, having been released in 2022.
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Are tickets still available for Mcfly in Newcastle?
Standing tickets for the show are still on sale at the time of writing. Tickets cost £47 plus fees and can be picked up through Ticketmaster. Seated tickets are also available through Ticketmaster’s resale platform.
How to get to O2 City Hall Newcastle
Because of the venue’s city centre location, there is no specific parking for the site, although some nearby public parking is available.
What is the MyFly Setlist for their Power To Play Tour?
Based on previous setlists from the tour, fans can expect something similar to the following:
Where Did All The Guitars Go?
Land Of The Bees
One For The Radio
God Of Rock and Roll
Too Close For Comfort
All About You
Forever’s Not Enough
Honey I’m Home
Five Colours In Her Hair