Lewis Capaldi in Nottingham: tickets, songs played, start time - full list of venues on UK tour
The Scottish singer songwriter is playing tracks from his forthcoming Broken by Desire to Be Heavenly Sent album
and live on Freeview channel 276
Lewis Capaldi has kicked off his huge UK stadium tour ahead of the release of his second album.
The Scottish singer confirmed Broken by Desire to Be Heavenly Sent is coming in May 2023. In support, he will be hitting the road for a world tour.
Capaldi will be playing arenas across the British Isles, including the OVO Hydro in Glasgow, AO Arena in Manchester and 3Arena in Dublin, Ireland. The singer played headline shows at The O2 in London in 2022, but there are no dates in the capital announced for the 2023 tour.
His next stop on the tour will be in Nottingham and will be followed by stops in other major cities. Here is all you need to know:
When and where will Lewis Capaldi play in Nottingham
His next show on the 2023 tour will be at the Motorpoint Arena in Nottingham on Friday (27 January).
What time will the concert start?
The doors will open at 6pm and the concert will begin at 7.30pm, according to the venue’s website. Times are subject to change.
During the tour, the support act has performed from 7.30pm until the interval at 8.15pm. Lewis Capaldi is expected on stage at 8.45pm and the curfew for the venue is 10.30pm.
Who is the support act?
RAYE wil be the opening act for Lewis Capaldi.
What is the setlist for the 2023 UK tour?
Lewis Capaldi kicked off his domestic run of shows in Leeds on 14 January. The setlist he performed at the First Direct Arena has been confirmed and reveals what to expect throughout the tour.
The songs he played were as follows, according to Setlist.fm:
- Forget Me
- Lost on You
- Heavenly Kind of State of Mind (Live Debut)
- Before You Go
- Wish You the Best (Live Debut)
- Leave Me Slowly (Live Debut)
- Fade (Remix)
- Hold Me While You Wait
- How I’m Feeling Now (Live Debut)
- Someone You Loved
Where is Lewis Capaldi playing on his UK tour?
- Saturday 14 January - First Direct Arena, Leeds
- Monday 16 January - Utilita Arena, Sheffield
- Wednesday 18 January - AO Arena, Manchester
- Thursday 19 January - M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
- Saturday 21 January - Utilita Arena, Newcastle
- Monday 23 January - P&J Live, Aberdeen
- Tuesday 24 January - OVO Hydro, Glasgow
- Thursday 26 January - Utilita Arena, Birmingham
- Friday 27 January - Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
- Sunday 29 January - The SSE Arena, Belfast
- Monday 30 January - 3Arena, Dublin, Ireland
- Wednesday 1 February - International Arena, Cardiff
- Thursday 2 February - Westpoint Arena, Exeter
Capaldi will also play shows across Europe, North America and in Australia through February to July 2023. He recently played shows at The O2 arena in London prior to announcing his first new song since 2019 - Forget Me.
Can you get tickets for Lewis Capaldi?
Demand was high for tickets to Lewis Capaldi’s tour was very high. Most of the dates on the tour have sold out, or have very low numbers left.
Tickets for the remaining dates on the tour have either limited or low availability of tickets, according to Ticketmaster’s website.
How can you access the pre-sale?
If you want to gain access to the pre-sale for Lewis Capaldi’s 2023 UK tour you need to pre-order his second album. Fans need to purchase any format of the album via the singer’s official album before 4pm on Tuesday (25 October).
Fans who do pre-order the album in time will receive a pre-sale code & ticket link after 6pm on Tuesday. The pre-sale will start on Wednesday at 9am.
Album options availale for purchase include standard CD, standard Vinyl, cassette, signed bundle, and more. Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent will release in 2023.
When is Lewis Capaldi’s new album released?
The Someone You Love singer released his debut album Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent in May 2019. A deluxe version of the album with extra tracks followed in November of that year.
Capaldi has finally announced his second album, arriving four years after his debut release. His sophmore work Broken by Desire to Be Heavenly Sent will be released on 19 May 2023.
The album will include his new single Forget Me, which was his first new song in three years. The track list for his second album has not been revealed.