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April 2020
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Lewis Capaldi has announced a new London show at The O2

The show will also feature the LIVELIVE mental health initiative.
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Published: 10:10 pm, February 20, 2020
Lewis Capaldi has announced a new London show at The O2

Lewis Capaldi has announced a new London show.

Following his Brits wins for Best New Artist and Song of the Year, he's going to play a night at the O2 Arena on 2nd October. Tickets go on general sale from 11am on Friday, 21st February.

The show will also feature the LIVELIVE mental health initiative for fans that launches officially at his upcoming UK headline arena tour, which kicks off next month on March 2nd at Manchester Apollo.

The project's blurb explains: "The aim of the project is to provide mental health support to fans who love live music, yet suffer from anxiety and/or panic attacks whilst in busy concert environments.

"The concept was born from personal and fan experiences, and all proceeds from a compulsory 50p extra charge at checkout for each ticket sale has gone solely 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."

You can also catch Lewis live at Isle of Wight Festival, Parklife, Sounds of the City and TRNSMT.

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