Lewis Capaldi at Latitude Festival: Time, Cardiff Castle set list, songs, tickets, banned items, tour dates

“Someone You Loved” singer will be the headline act at Latitude Festival

Lewis Capaldi will be the headline act at Latitude Festival tonight.

He will be joining a huge range of artists performing throughout the day in Suffolk - including Phoebe Bridgers, Maggie Rogers and Modest Mouse.

It comes 24 hours after he played a huge show at Cardiff Castle.

If you are heading to the festival there is plenty of important information you need to know.

Here is the most essential details:

When is Lewis Capaldi playing Latitude Festival?

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He is playing the festival today (22 July).

Capaldi is the headline act for Friday, with Foals and Snow Patrol headlining on Saturday and Sunday.

He will be playing the Obelisk Arena.

What time does it start?

The arena at Latitude Festival opens as 10am today.

It will be open until 3am.

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When will Lewis Capaldi be on?

He is due to be on stage at the Obelisk Arena ay 9.40pm.

Are there any tickets left?

Ticketmaster’s shows there are Day and Weekend tickets left for the Festival.

A ticket for Friday is £89.50.

A weekend ticket will set you back £254 for adu

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What songs is Lewis Capaldi known for?

His most famous songs according to Spotify are:

  • Someone You Loved
  • Before You Go
  • Bruises
  • Hold Me While You Wait
  • Forever
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND - JULY 10: Lewis Capaldi performs on the main stage during day three of the TRNSMT Festival at Glasgow Green on July 10, 2022 in Glasgow, Scotland. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

What is his potential set list?

Setlist.fm has confirmed the songs Lewis Capaldi played at TRNSMT Festival earlier in July.

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It was as follows:

  • Grace
  • Forever
  • Don't Get Me Wrong
  • One
  • Hollywood
  • Hold Me While You Wait
  • Headspace
  • Bruises
  • Maybe
  • A Thousand Miles (Vanessa Carlton cover)
  • Happy Birthday to You (Mildred J. Hill & Patty Hill cover) (Sang for Capaldi’s tour manager Scott)
  • Leaving My Love Behind
  • Fade
  • Before You Go

Encore

  • Dancing Queen (ABBA cover)
  • Someone You Loved

What are the banned items?

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Here are all the things you can’t bring into the festival or campsite.

  • Aerosols over 250ml (arena no, campsite no)
  • Airhorns and megaphones (arena no, campsite no)
  • Alcohol (arena no, campsite yes, reasonable ammount)
  • Animals (Other than Guide Dogs or Hearing Dogs) (arena no, campsite no)
  • Any Alcohol in possession of anyone under 18 (arena no, campsite no)
  • Any Good for unauthorised trading (arena no, campsite no)
  • Any Good with unauthorised Latitude festival logos (arena no, campsite no)
  • Any items which may cause danger, offence or disruption to any other person (arena no, campsite no)
  • Any items which may reasonably be considered for use as a weapon (arena no, campsite no)
  • Bikes (arena no, campsite no)
  • Blowtorches (arena no, campsite no)
  • Cameras, film or video equipment (Lens must be <6”) (arena yes, campsite yes)
  • Camping Equipment (arena no, campsite yes)
  • Cans (arena no, campsite no)
  • Deodorant Roll On (arena yes, campsite yes)
  • Disposable barbeques (arena no, campsite yes)
  • Drinks Bottles (other than sealed plastic water/soft drinks bottles under 500ml, sealed cartons of juice OR empty reusable bottles for water points) (arena no, campsite yes)
  • Drones (arena no, campsite no)
  • Electrical Generators (including in Campervans) (arena no, campsite no)
  • Excessive Amounts of Cigarettes (more than personal consumption) (arena no, campsite no)
  • Excessive Amounts of Food (more than personal consumption) (arena no, campsite no) Firewood N N
  • Fireworks/Pyrotechnics (arena no, campsite no)
  • Flags with Poles (arena yes, campsite yes)
  • Flags without Poles (arena yes, campsite yes)
  • Flares/Distress Flares (arena no, campsite no)
  • Food Hampers / Cool Bag / Boxes (if food is for personal consumption) (arena no, campsite yes)
  • Gazebos (arena no, campsite yes)
  • Generators (Exemption for generators in caravans) (arena no, campsite no)
  • Glass (arena no, campsite no)
  • Illegal Substances (arena no, campsite no)
  • Laser Pens (arena no, campsite no)
  • Leatherman Multi Tools (arena no, campsite yes)
  • Legal Highs (arena no, campsite no)
  • Medication (if accompanied by a doctor’s note / prescription or if it is recognisable) (arena yes, campsite yes)
  • New Psychoactive Substances (NPS) (arena no, campsite no)
  • Nitrus Oxide and any associated equipmen (Balloons, Co2 dispensers, cream dispensers) (arena no, campsite no)
  • Oversized Lighters (arena no, campsite no)
  • Paper Lanterns (arena no, campsite no)
  • Paddle Boards (arena no, campsite no)
  • Perfume in small bottles under 100ml (arena yes, campsite yes)
  • Petrol Burners (arena no, campsite no)
  • Portable Laser Equipment and Pens (arena no, campsite no)
  • Selfie Sticks (arena no, campsite yes)
  • Small hammers for pitching tents (arena no, campsite yes)
  • Sound systems (arena no, campsite no)
  • Spray Cans (arena no, campsite no)
  • Tin Openers (arena no, campsite yes)
  • Umbrellas (arena no, campsite yes)
  • Unidentifiable Substances (arena no, campsite no)
  • Unofficial Tabards or Reflective Jackets (arena no, campsite no)

What are Lewis Capaldi’s tour dates for 2022?

He will be playing the following shows in the UK this year:

  • 11 August - Scarborough Open Air Theatre - Scarborough
  • 1 September - The O2 Arena, London
  • 2 September - The O2 Arena, London

Who is Lewis Capaldi?

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He is a Scottish singer and songwriter.

His first track Bruises was released on 31 March 2017 and quickly became a hit on Spotify.

It racked up 28 million listens and he became the fastest ever unsigned act to pass 25 million plays on the platform at that time.

His debut album Divinely Unispirted to a Hellish Extend was released in May 2019.

It was the best selling album in the UK in 2019 and 2020.

Among the hit singles spawned by the album were Someone You Loved and Hold Me While You Wait.

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Lewis Capaldi released an extended edition of the album in November 201.