Miles Kane 2022: how to get tickets for Newcastle show, support act and full UK tour dates

Miles Kane is bringing his tour to Newcastle.

Miles Kane is currently touring the UK in support of his latest album Change The Show.

The tour was originally scheduled for January - February 2022, but it has since been rescheduled to throughout the month of May.

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The tour was announced in support of his fourth, and most recent album, Change The Show, which was released on 21 January 2022.

So, when is Miles Kane coming to Newcastle?

Here’s everything you need to know about his upcoming shows.

When is Miles Kane playing Newcastle?

Miles Kane is scheduled to play the Newcastle University Student Union on Thursday 19 May.

Doors are scheduled to open at 7pm.

Can I still get tickets?

Tickets are still available for the upcoming show via Ticketmaster. However, there is low availability so fans will have to act fast.

At the time of publishing, prices for the remaining tickets started from £24.75. This price does not include any additional booking or admin fees.

Where else in the UK is he playing?

Miles Kane will be touring the UK throughout the month of May. The musician is scheduled to play in the following cities:

  • Manchester
  • Sheffield
  • Newcastle
  • Birmingham
  • Cardiff
  • Bristol
  • Oxford
  • Southampton
  • Norwich
  • Cambridge
  • Northampton
  • London
  • Nottingham
  • Liverpool

What is the setlist?

There has been no official set list released for the tour, however, fans will no doubt hear some of Kane’s most popular singles such as Cry on My Guitar.

Setlistfm.com has released the setlist from Kane’s most recent show at Concorde 2, in Brighton on 11 May 2022. The setlist went as follows:

  • Don’t Let It Get You Down
  • Rearrange
  • Cry On My Guitar
  • Coup de grace
  • Change the Show
  • Nothing’s Ever Gonna Be Good Enough
  • Caroline
  • Aviation
  • Blame It on the Summertime
  • Give Up
  • Never Get Tired of Dancing 
  • Don’t Let Me Down
  • Colour of the Trap
  • Standing Next to Me 
  • Don’t Forget Who You Are
  • Come Closer

Who is the support act?

The Support act for Miles Kane’s 2022 shows will come from Scottish singer Brooke Combe.

Who is Miles Kane?

Miles Kane kicked off his UK tour in Brighton on Tuesday

Born in Liverpool, Miles Kane was surrounded by music growing up.

The musician first learned to play the saxophone and guitar as a child, and two of his cousins, James and Ian Skelly, became the founding members of popular band The Coral.

Kane went on to start his own group, The Last Shadow Puppets, in which he was the frontman alongside Arctic Monkeys’ frontman Alex Turner.

The indie supergroup garnered fans all around the world and gained great popularity with singles such as The Age of the Understatement. Their first album went straight to number one in the UK Albums Chart. The band disbanded in 2016.

Miles Kane released his debut solo single Inhaler on 22 November 2010. He released his debut solo record The Colour Of The Trap in 2011, which saw great success and admiration from critics and fans alike.

Since his debut album Kane has released three other studio albums, and three extended plays. The records released have spawned 16 singles.