Rick Astley at Newcastle Arena: Remaining tickets, setlist, times, parking and more

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The 80s pop star is back with a new album, as well as a new tour.

After a hugely successful summer which saw him play on Glastonbury's iconic Pyramid Stage, Rick Astley is heading across the UK as part of the rollout for his 2023 album 'Are We There Yet?'

This is everything you need to know about the Newcastle Utilita Arena show ahead of the huge date.

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When is Rick Astley at Newcastle Utilita Arena?

The show will take place on Friday, February 23. This will be the second date of the tour after Astley and his band play in Nottingham the previous night.

Who is supporting Rick Astley on his UK tour?

Each night will be opened with two support acts - Belinda Carlisle and The Lottery Winners.

Carlisle is well known as the singer of the Go-Gos in addition to her iconic track Heaven Is A Place On Earth while Manchester act The Lottery Winners are will loved within the festival circuit and released their second album, Anxiety Replacement Therapy, in April 2023.

What are the times for Rick Astley in Newcastle?

The venue's website claims the opening support act - which is likely to be The Lottery Winners - will start at 7pm after doors open at 6pm.

The show is expected to end by 10:30pm.

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Are tickets still available for Rick Astley in Newcastle?

Anyone still looking for tickets for the arena show may be dissapointed to hear the North East show has sold out.

Some tickets may become available through Ticketmaster's resale portal.

Where to park for Newcastle’s Utilita Arena?

There are 600 official car parking places to the rear of the arena which can be reached either by Arena Way or Railway Terrace to the east.

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If this car park is full, the arena recommends gig goes use the NCP car park next to the Arena, with its entrance on Redheugh Bridge Road.

The usual fee for events is £8.

Other car parks around the arena include Arena Square Car Park on Ord Street and the Times Square Car Park which can be accessed from Railway Street.

What will the Rick Astley setlist be for his UK tour?

Based on the star's previous recent setlists, fans can expect something similar to the following:

Together Forever

Beautiful Life

Dippin My Feet

Keep Singing

Never Gonna Stop

Cry For Help

WHenever You Need Somebody

Good Times


Driving Me Crazy

As It Was (Harry Styles cover)

Angels On My Side

She Wants To Dance With Me

Never Gonna Give You Up

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