Sam Fender adds new dates to 2022 UK arena tour

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Sam Fender has added additional dates for his upcoming UK headline tour of 2022.

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The North Shields singer-songwriter will hit the road next year in support of her second album, Seventeen Going Under.

They announced nine shows earlier this month, including an appearance at Wembley Arena in London on 1 April, in Nottingham (20 March), Liverpool (21 March), Glasgow (26 March) and Newcastle (5 April). ) will also have programs.

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They have now added a second date at Wembley Arena on 2 April and Newcastle’s Utility Arena on 6 April.

Sam Fender Credit: Press

Following the spring dates, the musicians will play Manchester’s Castlefield Bowl on 6 July.

Here are the updated dates for Sam Fender’s 2022 tour:

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20 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
21 – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
24 – 3Arena, Dublin
26 – SSE Hydro Arena, Glasgow
27 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
30 – Brighton Center

April
1 – SSE Arena Wembley, London
2 – SSE Arena Wembley, London
5 – Utilita Arena, Newcastle
6 – Utilita Arena, Newcastle

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July
6 – Castlefield Bowl, Manchester

Meanwhile, Fender is expected to score his second UK number one album with ‘Seventeen Going Under’ later today (15 October).

In a mid-week chart update, the singer-songwriter was jointly outselling the rest of the top ten.

In a four-star review of ‘Seventeen Going Under’, Granthshala wrote: “[The album] Fender realizes it can kick back too hard, and he makes every blow and injury count. But he seems to have found that time passes and most wounds – even the deepest ones – will eventually heal, if he can allow them.”

Following the album’s release, Fender informed fans that some deliveries of his new album had been delayed due to “Brexit customs issues” and “lack of fuel”.

“Absolutely buzzing with the album response. Thank you all very much,” Fender wrote on Twitter, adding that the delay suggests UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson “is disappointing the music industry once again” “

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