Tom Walker at O2 City Hall Newcastle: Times, reminaing tickets, tour setlist and more

The singer-songwriter is heading to the North East very soon.

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Scottish artist Tom Walker is preparing to release just his second studio album ‘I Am’ on the final Friday in May, and the ‘Leave The Light On’ star is currently on tour across the UK to promote the record and perform new songs to his fans.

This is everything you need to know about the show at O2 City Hall Newcastle.

When is Tom Walker performing at O2 City Hall Newcastle?

The show will be taking place on Friday, May 3.

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What are the times for Tom Walker at O2 City Hall Newcastle?

The venue’s website has confirmed doors for the show will open at 7pm while other dates on the tour have seen support start at 8pm before the headline set at 9pm.

Who is supporting Tom Walker on his UK tour?

Support throughout the tour, including the Newcastle date, is coming from Kingfishr. The three piece released their first single in April 2022 and have released a steady string of material since, including the Shadow EP earlier this year. They are yet to release a debut album.

Are tickets still available for Tom Walker at O2 City Hall Newcastle?

The show is officially sold out, although some tickets remain available through Ticketmaster’s resale platform.

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What is the Tom Walker setlist for his current UK tour?

Based on previous shows, fans heading to the Newcastle date can expect something similar to the following:

Holy Ghost


Wait For You

Head Underwater

I Am


Just You And I


Fly Away With Me


The Best If Yet To Come

Cry Out

Not Giving In


Better Half Of Me

Leave A Light On

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