News Sam Fender announces ‘Live From Finsbury Park’ album
Relive his huge summer performance…
After playing a sold-out show in front of 45,000 fans in London’s Finsbury Park this summer, Sam Fender is giving us all a chance to relive the magic, announcing his new album ‘Live From Finsbury Park’.
The album will be released as a standalone double coloured vinyl on 9th December through Polydor Records, and you can check out his performance of ‘Getting Started’ from Finsbury Park now.
The news of his latest release comes just a few days after after the singer announced his biggest show so far - a massive appearance at Newcastle’s St James’ Park next June. Tickets for that show go on general sale this Friday 9th September.
His second album ‘Seventeen Going Under’ has also been shortlisted for the 2022 Mercury Prize with FREE NOW; the winner of which will be announced this Thursday 8th September.
See Sam Fender live at the following dates:
12 – Capital One Arena, Washington DC (w/ Florence & The Machine)
14 – TD Garden, Boston (w/ Florence & The Machine)
16 – Madison Square Garden, New York (w/ Florence & The Machine)
18 – Life Is Beautiful Festival, Las Vegas
22 – Wonder Ballroom, Portland SOLD OUT
24 – The Showbox, Seattle SOLD OUT
25 – The Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver SOLD OUT
18 – Palace Foreshore, Melbourne SOLD OUT
22 – Enmore Theatre, Sydney SOLD OUT
22 – Harvest Rock Festival, Adelaide
24 – Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane SOLD OUT
26 – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney *New Date*
09 – St. James’ Park, Newcastle *New Date*
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