Sam Fender is on the top of his game at the moment. Since the rollout for the release of his second album, Seventeen Going under, the singer songwriter has been awarded a number one chart spot for the record in addition to a personal high on the singles chart.
On 18 November the North Shields local sold out his largest Newcastle headline gig and was met with a rapturous reception at the Utilita Arena, and he’s already announced dates for his big return in 2022.
When is Sam Fender’s next gig in Newcastle?
A week after the release of Fender’s second album, he announced a series of arena gigs across the country, with the tour culminating in two nights back on Tyneside at the arena.
These are taking place on 5-6 April 2022 following tour dates in Liverpool, Nottingham, Dublin, Glasgow, Birmingham, Brighton and London.
How can I get Sam Fender tickets for Newcastle 2022?
After the initial tour schedule only offered one date in Newcastle on 5 April, a quick sell out saw Fender’s team announce a second date for the following day.
Tickets for the second night are still available for those needing disabled seating but standard seating and standing are sold out for the time being.
Resale tickets can be arranged through Ticketmaster’s official app or website where fans can exchange tickets with the company doing all the admin to ensure the names on tickets are changed to that of the new seller.
Alternatively, Twickets is an organic community ticket resale website and app which allows fans to exchange tickets with a guarantee all tickets are sold at face value. The company allows users to set up alerts for tickets to any gig they may want to attend if there are no current tickets available.
Twickets is often used in the days before a gig as sellers need to prove they have the ticket in their possession before putting it up for sale.
Where else is Sam Fender playing soon?
Fender still has a series of gigs to see out the year including dates at London’s Alexandra Palace, arenas in Cardiff and Leeds as well as intimate gigs in Bristol, Southampton and Paris.