Sam Fender Seventeen Going Under tour in Newcastle: Set times, setlist news and support act
The North East’s very own Sam Fender will play his second sold-out show at the Utilita Arena tonight
and live on Freeview channel 276
Geordie boy Sam Fender is coming to the end of his Seventeen Going Under Tour for 2022 but there is still one more sold-out show to play at Newcastle’s Utilita Arena.
The opening show of the UK tour took place in Nottingham on Sunday March 20 and tonight’s show is the last until Manchester later this year.
Fender’s tour has taken him to the Dublin 3Arena, the Birmingham Utilita Arena and two nights at London’s SSE Arena Wembley before last night’s unforgettable set in Newcastle.
Who will be supporting Sam Fender on his UK tour?
The night will begin with a performance from Goat Girl, a four-piece post-punk band from South London.
Goat Girl will also be supporting Sam Fender at his landmark Finsbury Park show this summer.
What are the set times for Sam Fender’s Seventeen Going Under tour?
So far in the tour, doors for the show have opened at 7 pm, although some arenas are opening doors at 6:30 pm. Goat Girl have been coming to stage at 7:45 pm and playing until 8:25 pm. Sam Fender has been taking to stage at 9 pm and his set has lasted around an hour and a half.
Stage times will differ from venue to venue.
Are tickets still available for the Sam Fender Seventeen Going Under Tour 2022?
All tickets for tonight’s show at the Utilita Arena are sold-out. Those tempted to buy tickets online via re-sale or social media are advised to do so with caution.
What will the setlist be for Sam Fender’s Seventeen Going Under tour?
Based on the first night of the tour, fans can expect something similar to the following:
Will We Talk?
Better of Me
Howdon Aldi Death Queue
Get You Down
Spit of You
The Dying Light
Seventeen Going Under
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.
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.