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Sam Fender has announced his biggest headline show to date

He's curating the bill for his day at This Is Tomorrow next year.
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Published: 4:10 pm, December 03, 2019
Sam Fender has announced his biggest headline show to date

Sam Fender has announced a huge headline show as part of Newcastle's 'This Is Tomorrow' festival.

Curating the line-up for the outdoor hometown event next May, he's enlisted the likes of fellow Geordie Nadine Shah, Arlo Parks, Loyle Carner, Declan McKenna and current tour support Brooke Bentham for the date, with more to be announced shortly.

It all follows on a sold out run this December, followed by another sell out arena tour in March and April of 2020. He's doing well, our Sam.

The 24th May date at Newcastle's Exhibition Park will also see The Pale White, A Festival A Parade, Boniface and Hector Gannet in support.

Sam's 2020 live dates read:

March
20 O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester SOLD OUT
21 O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester SOLD OUT
23 Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow SOLD OUT
24 Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow SOLD OUT
26 Alexandra Palace, London SOLD OUT
27 Alexandra Palace, London SOLD OUT
30 De Montfort Hall, Leicester SOLD OUT
31 Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff SOLD OUT

April
2 First Direct Arena, Leeds SOLD OUT
3 Utilita Arena, Newcastle SOLD OUT

May
24 Exhibition Park, Newcastle
w/ Loyle Carner, Declan McKenna, Nadine Shah, Arlo Parks, The Pale White, Brooke Bentham, A Festival A Parade, Boniface, Hector Gannet

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