Calvin Harris Hampden 2022: How to get tickets for Calvin Harris Belsonic tour date - and how much they cost
Producer, DJ and songwriter Calvin Harris, who has topped the charts across the globe with his many hits, will announced a huge headline show at Hampden Park stadium in Glasgow on Saturday 2 July.
The musical powerhouse, known for his infectious, triumphant EDM hooks and an expansive catalogue of high-profile collaborations, has amassed 27 top 10 singles in the UK alone, and the return to Hampden Park is sure to be a sell-out for the Scottish star, his first home country gig in six years.
When and where can I get tickets?
Tickets to Calvin Harris’ show at Hampden Park stadium will go on general sale on Friday 4 March at 9am via Ticketmaster.
You can sign up for ticket pre-sale to get your tickets early, from Wednesday 2 March at 10am.
The price for the tickets will be revealed when they go on sale, and the show is due to begin at 4pm on Saturday 2 July.
Fans can expect to hear some of Calvin’s top 10 singles, along with exhilarating dance music at this one night only special event.
Who is Calvin Harris?
Calvin Harris, whose real name is Adam Richard Wiles, is a 38-year-old producer, DJ and songwriter who was born in Dumfries, Scotland.
He has over 35 billion combined audio and video streams in his career history, making him one of the most viewed artists on YouTube and one of Sony Music’s biggest streaming artists.
Calvin has collaborated with global artists including Frank Ocean, Pharrell Williams, Rihanna, The Weeknd, and Travis Scott, to name a few.
His work has achieved a number of top music awards and nominations, including 14 MTV VMA nominations and 2 wins, 5 Grammy nominations and a 2013 Grammy Award win in the Best Music Video category for “We Found Love”.
When did Calvin Harris last perform in Scotland?
The Dumfries-born DJ will be returning to Scotland this summer for the first time in six years.
The event will be his first in Scotland since he headlined the Saturday of the T in the Park festival in July 2016.
He had planned to perform at Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Dundee in the summer of 2020, but this was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.