News Sam Fender announces second stadium show
He’s playing Newcastle’s St James’ Park twice next summer.
Sam Fender has added another date to his summer stadium shows, confirming that he’ll now be playing two consecutive nights at Newcastle’s St James’ Park on 9th and 10th June next year.
“Ever since I started this band, I always used to joke with the boys that one day we might play St James’ Park in Newcastle,” Sam previously said. “This is literally gonna be the biggest show we’ve ever done - our first stadium show, which is so weird to say! I can’t wait, it’s gonna be absolutely lush and I hope to see yas all there.”
Holly Humberstone and Inhaler will be joining Sam as support on the 9th, with news of the support acts for the 10th coming soon.
Check out the announcement below.
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*
10 – St. James’ Park, Newcastle *New Date*
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