Lewis Capaldi has announced his biggest headline gig to date. The ‘Someone You Loved’ vocalist’ will play the 02 on October 2, his final live date of 2020. Tickets for his final show will be going on general sale at 11 AM from Friday (February 21).
The 02 date follows Capaldi’s already extensive tour schedule this year. His tour is in aid of the mental health initiative LIVELIVE. The campaign intends to provide mental health support for those who “who love live music, yet suffer from anxiety and/or panic attacks whilst in busy concert environments”.
For every ticket, a 50p donation will go towards “providing a fully qualified team at venues who are expertly trained and qualified in assisting with panic, anxiety or any other general mental health enquiries fans may have”.
2/3/20 – O2 Apollo, Manchester – SOLD OUT.
3/2 – O2 Apollo, Manchester – SOLD OUT.
5/2 – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow – SOLD OUT.
6/2 – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow – SOLD OUT.
8/2 – 3Arena, Dublin – SOLD OUT.
9/2 – 3Arena, Dublin – SOLD OUT.
11/2 – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff – SOLD OUT.
12/2 – The SSE Arena Wembley, London – SOLD OUT.
13/2 – The SSE Arena Wembley, London – SOLD OUT.
15/2 – P&J Live, Aberdeen – SOLD OUT.
12/6 – Isle Of Wight Festival.
13/6 – Parklife Festival, Heaton Park, Manchester.
21/6 – Belsonic, Ormeau Park, Belfast.
2/7 – Lytham Festival, Lancashire.
8/7 – Sounds Of The City, Castlefield Bowl, Manchester.
12/7 – TRNSMT Festival, Glasgow.
2/10 – O2 Arena, London.
Last night, Lewis Capaldi won awards for Song Of The Year and Best New Artist at the Brits Awards 2020. Rapper Dave won Best Album Of The Year for his acclaimed ‘Psychodrama’, while Foals won the award for Best Group. Elsewhere, Billie Eilish took home the prize for International Female Solo Artist, and Tyler The Creator took the same award for the male category.
Recently, Capaldi was confirmed as a headliner for Manchester’s Parklife 2020. Tyler The Creator and Skepta will also headline the UK’s largest metropolitan festival. Meanwhile, JME will be bringing his Grime MC FM project to Manchester.
Other acts scheduled include Robyn, Jorja Smith, Giggs, Fatboy Slim, Khalid, and AJ Tracey. The festival will run from June 14-15, celebrating its eleventh year.