Lewis Capaldi annouces 2020 UK Arena Tour + new anxiety and support system for attendees

Powered by his incredible music and cracking personality, man of the moment Lewis Capaldi, continues his rise into stardom, as today he has shared the exciting news of a UK arena tour set for next spring. Making his mark in history with the news, as he serves as one of the first artists to announce a set of dates in venues of that capacity, before their debut album is even released.

The 2020 tour will span across 6 dates, kicking off on March 2nd at Manchester’s O2 Apollo, before hitting Glasgow, Dublin, Cardiff and wrapping up in London’s SSE Wembley Arena on March 12th.

Lewis Capaldi has also launched LIVELIVE, a special new system that he will be putting in place throughout all of his shows, to help attendees who may experience anxiety or panic attacks to acquire support on the night. The brilliant structure will be delivered by an expertly trained team at the venues, funded by an extra 50p added to each ticket sale. It can also be arranged for gig-goers to be met and taken into the venue to help put them at ease, as well as the new project also putting in place a buddy system for fans that may be travelling alone.

Those that are attending the shows can get in touch with any concerns they may have by using the email address: livelive@lewiscapaldi.co.uk

For more info and tickets to the tour visit: https://store.lewiscapaldi.com

 

Capaldi’s stunning single ‘Someone You Loved’, is currently occupying the No.1 position in the Official Charts, where it has continued to sit comfortably for the past seven weeks. His debut album Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent will be released on 17th May and is available for pre-order here

 

 

 

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