Teddy Swims at O2 City Hall Newcastle: Setlist, times, remaining tickets and more

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The US singer songwriter is currently touring the UK and will be in Newcastle very soon.

With several EPs and a debut album to his name, Teddy Swims is currently in the UK on the latest leg of his ‘I’ve Tried Everything But Therapy’ tour.

This is everything you need to know about the date in Newcastle including support slots, ticket information and more.

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When is Teddy Swims in Newcastle?

The US star will be heading to the North East for a show on Saturday, May 25.

What are the times for Teddy Swims in Newcastle?

The venue’s website claims doors for the show open at 7pm while no support times have been announced.

Who is supporting Teddy Swims on his UK tour?

Support in Newcastle will come from Victor Ray. The Uganda-born, North East-raised and London-based singer signed with his first record label in January and has a series of singles and EPs to his name. His most recent release was Falling Into Place, which was released in mid May.

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Are tickets still available for Teddy Swims in Newcastle?

Tickets for the show have sold out ahead of the night, although some tickets may become available through Ticketmaster’s resale platform closer to the date.

What is the Teddy Swims setlist fot his current tour?

Based on previous shows, fans of the Atlanta-born star can expect a similar setlist to the following:

Goodbye’s Been Good To You

What More Can I Say

Broke

911

Dose

Hammer To My Heart

All That Really Matters

Devil In A Dress

Apple Juice

Suitcase

Simple Things

Amazing

Some Things I’ll Never Know

You’re Still The One (Shania Twain cover)

Growing Up Is Getting Old

Bed On Fire

Tell Me

Lose Control

The Door

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