Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi, arrived in Newcastle at the weekend to perform at the Utilita Arena as part of his Broken by Desire to Be Heavenly Sent Tour.
But before his gig which took place on Saturday, January 21, Lewis was spotted to be enjoying a bit of life as a Geordie.
On Friday, the 26-year-old who has achieved number one hits such Someone You Loved and Forget Me, was seen in North Shields chip shop, The Waterfront. The star was photographed with the staff of the chip shop, who were delighted to serve him his dinner.
The Waterfront posted the images to Facebook, with a caption that read: “So, we had the lovely pleasure of Lewis Capaldi in for his dinner this evening all before his performance at the Utilita Arena tomorrow, what a lovely guy he is.”
Lewis also popped in to Newcastle vintage shop Waceland, located in Newcastle’s Central Arcade. He purchased a jacket and complimented the owner Georgia Stanley on the store.
Lewis was also given the gift of Greggs, as the Newcastle-based bakery sent the star a box containing fifteen sausage rolls. In a photo uploaded by Lewis to his Instagram Stories, he was seen holding a sausage roll with the box containing the rest on his lap.
The star was grinning from ear to ear, holding a Greggs paper bag in his other hand that read: “Lewis, there’s nothing pointless about these pastries”, referencing the star’s recent number one hit, Pointless.
Lewis then performed to a sold-out arena of Newcastle fans. The singer posted a selection of clips of his performance to his Instagram Stories. On the posts he thanked fans for coming to watch the show, said that he will “never forget” the show, and wrote: “Newcastle f***ing love ya.”