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Announcement: Sam Fender – Spring 2020 Tour – Utilita Arena on Friday 3rd April 2020

SAM FENDER Announces huge spring 2020 uk headline tour
UTILITA ARENA NEWCASTLE FRIDAY 3RD APRIL 2020

Nine Date Tour Includes Biggest Headline Shows to date including Newcastle’s Utilita Arena. The Critically Acclaimed Debut Album “Hypersonic Missiles” Rockets Straight To Number 1.

Sam Fender is very pleased to celebrate his debut album hitting number 1 last week, with news of a new headline tour for next Spring.

The shows will include a night at London’s Alexandra Palace, and feature three arena dates, ending the tour with a hometown show at Newcastle’s Utilita Arena on 3rd April 2020.

The new dates follow Sam’s forthcoming Winter headline tour of the UK in November and December. All shows, including two nights at Brixton Academy and four nights at Newcastle Academy are long since sold out.

Ticket purchase terms and conditions:

  • THE NAME OF THE LEAD BOOKER WILL BE PRINTED ON ALL TICKETS THEY PURCHASE; THIS PERSON MUST BE IN ATTENDANCE AT THE CONCERT.
  • The name cannot be changed once the purchase has been made.
  • When the lead booker attends the show they will be asked to present matching PHOTO ID to gain entry to the venue. IF THE ID DOES NOT MATCH ENTRY WILL BE REFUSED.
  • The ticket purchaser must enter the concert accompanied by all their guests. Guests will not be allowed entry without the lead booker present and ID matching the name on the tickets.

Tickets will go on sale at 9.00am Friday 27th September and are available online, from the booking hotline number 0844 493 6666* or from 11.00am in person from the Utilita Arena Box Office.  To book accessible seating, please call the Accessible Hotline on 0800 988 4440.  Please note venue facility and booking fees will apply. Tickets are limited to 4 per person. Under 14’s must be accompanied by an adult. No under 14s on the standing floor.
*Call cost 7p per minute plus your phone company’s access charge.