Monday, 23 September 2019

NEWS: Sam Fender announces 2019 Spring National headline tour

Sam Fender Announces Huge Spring 2020 UK Headline Tour

Nine Date Tour Includes Biggest Headline Shows To Date Including London’s Alexandra Palace and Newcastle Arena

The Critically Acclaimed Debut Album “Hypersonic Missiles” Rockets Straight To Number 1

+ Biggest First Week Of Vinyl Album Sales By A New ArtistIn The UK Since The Official Charts Began
“[It’s] hard not to imagine the stadium potential of these songs… skyscraper guitars and choruses that accelerate into a surging, full-throttle blast” **** - Q
“excels at documenting small-town frustration…there are no easy answers here, but Sam Fender’s asking the right questions” **** - NME
“Gloriously anthemic… an album that sounds not just like a hit, but a loud announcement of a striking talent with the space and potential to mature and develop. Which might make it a perfect debut.” **** - The Guardian
“[an] astonishing debut…the early indications of somebody who could be the voice of a generation.” **** - The Independent
“vital and exciting” - **** - The Times
“Superb.” – The Sunday Times
“What a joy to find a young British guitar-playing singer-songwriter wrestling with big issues of the world at large… Every song bristles with explosive ideas.”**** - The Telegraph

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 Arena on 3rd April.

Tickets will go on fan pre-sale from Wednesday 25th September, and then on general sale from Friday 27th September over at

Sam Fender Live 2020: 

20th March – O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
21st March – O2 Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
23rd March – Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow
24th March - Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow
27th March – Alexandra Palace, London
30th March – De Montfort Hall, Leicester
31st March – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
2nd April –First Direct Arena, Leeds
3rd April – Utilita Arena, Newcastle

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