Stormzy at Newcastle's Utilita Arena: Set times, setlist news as well as support slots and how to get tickets

The superstar rapper is heading to Newcastle this week as part of his Heavy Is The Head tour, and here’s all you need to know about the set.

Stormzy will play in Newcastle on Tuesday March 15. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)
Stormzy will play in Newcastle on Tuesday March 15. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

London rapper Stormzy will play the second night of his UK tour on Tuesday March 15 at Newcastle’s Utilita arena.

The opening show of his UK tour took place in Cardiff on Sunday 13 March, but the tour was initially scheduled for September 2020 before Coronavirus restrictions and two sets of postponements pushed the tour back to March and April 2022.

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    The night will begin with a performance from Rachael Anson, who is Stormzy’s sister and is also a talented DJ.

    What are the set times for Stormzy’s concert in Newcastle?

    So far in the tour, doors for the show have opened at 6:30pm with Rachael Anson getting the music started from 7:30. Her set has lasted around one hour before Stormzy takes the stage at 9:00pm. Curfew for the show is at 11:00pm.

    Are tickets still available for Stormzy in Newcastle?

    In addition to official ticket resale sites such as Twickets, limited tickets remain on sale in all areas of the arena including standing tickets for the arena floor.

    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.

    What will the setlist be for the Stormzy gig in Newcastle?

    Based on the first night of the tour, fans can expect something similar to the following:

    Big Michael

    Audacity

    Know Me From

    Cold

    Handsome

    First Things First

    Crown

    Superheroes

    Own It

    Do Better

    One Second

    Cigarettes & Cush

    Rachael’s Little Brother

    Lessons

    Rainfall

    100 Bags

    Clash

    Big For Your Boots

    Shut Up

    Blinded By Your Grace, Part 2

    Vossi Bop