Sam Fender, Lewis Capaldi, The 1975 and Tom Grennan: 11 gigs and concerts coming to Newcastle in 2023

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Music lovers in Newcastle can enjoy a great 2023 with a whole host of world renowned artists to perform in the city including Sam Fender and Lewis Capaldi

Newcastle is preparing to welcome some of the world’s most famous musicians to the city in 2023. Last year was a great one for music lovers as the likes of Rod Stewart and Kendrick Lamar performed in the city.

Newcastle is able to welcome some of these world renowned performers due in part to the Utilita Arena. The arena has a capacity of 11,000, which entices performers who can draw a large crowd.

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One concert almost everyone will have their eye on in 2023 is Sam Fender. The artist, who is from the area, has become one of the most in demand performers from the UK and will be performing at St James’ Park this year.

Fender shot to fame in 2019 with the release of his album ‘Hypersonic Missiles’ which has racked up over 90 million streams on Spotify. He was also recently announced to be headlining the Reading and Leeds Festival after a string of headline shows in 2022.

NewcastleWorld has compiled a list of 11 of the biggest concerts and gigs to be performed in the city in 2023.

11 concerts and gigs coming to Newcastle in 2023

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Lewis Capaldi - January 21 - 22, Utilita Arena

The 1975 - January 25, Utilita Arena

Yungblud - February 21, Utilita Arena

Joel Corry - March 4 - 5, NX Newcastle

Tom Grennan, March 14, Utilita Arena

Sam Ryder - March 23 - 24, O2 City Hall

Olly Murs - April 22, Utilita Arena

Ozzy Osbourne - June 2, Utilita Arena

Sam Fender - June 9 - 10, St James’ Park

Alfie Boe - September 29, O2 City Hall

Sophie Ellis-Bextor - November 26, O2 City Hall

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