Yungblud announces UK arena tour including Newcastle date - full list of tour dates and how to get tickets

Yungblud will also be teaming up with Show Support to offer specialist mental health support for fans throughout this tour.

Multi-award winning singer Yungblud has announced an arena tour with a stop in Newcastle early next year.

After a sold-out date in London last year, ‘YUNGBLUD, the world tour’, will see him take the stage at seven arenas around the UK, and several headline shows in France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Mexico.

The announcement comes ahead of the release of Yungblud’s highly anticipated self-titled third studio album , which will be released on September 2.

The album features previously released fan favourites The Funeral,’ ‘Don’t Feel Like Feeling Sad Today,’ and ‘Memories’ Ft. Willow.

Throughout this tour, Yungblud  will also be teaming up with Show Support, to offer specialist mental health support for fans attending the concerts.

Yungblud is coming to Newcastle as part of his world tour

The aim is to provide a safe space for fans at shows, with access to qualified mental health professionals to help with any experiences related to panic attacks, anxiety, or other mental health related concerns.

Fans will be able to access this support before, during and after the shows. During the shows, a safe space, fully equipped with qualified counsellors, alongside a help desk to answer any questions will be available.

British pop-punk band Neck Deep will also be special guests across UK dates only in support of Yungblud .

When is Yungblud  coming to Newcastle?

Yungblud  is coming to Newcastle on February 21, 2023 and will be performing at Newcastle Utilita Arena.

How can I get tickets to the Yungblud  UK tour?

Tickets will be  on sale via Live Nation.

Pre-sale starts from August 24, 2022 at 9am and general ticket sale starts from August 25, 2022 at 9am.

Where else is Yungblud  performing in the UK?

  • February 16 - Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
  • February 18 - Birmingham Resorts World Arena
  • February 19 - Manchester AO Arena
  • February 22 - Glasgow OVO Hydro
  • February 24 - Sheffield Utilita Arena
  • February 25 - London OVO Arena Wembley

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