Lewis Capaldi adds EXTRA DATE in Dublin’s 3Arena for his Irish fans
Scottish-born singer and nephew of Peter Capaldi, Lewis Capaldi, has won hearts all over the nation with his HILARIOUS social media antics and voice of a gravelly angel.
His new album, Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent, is out May 17 and features his UK Number 1 platinum-selling single Someone You Loved. It's officially the longest running number one single of the past 25 years, so he's hit the big time.
Part of the reason why he's found chart success is his campaigning on Twitter and Instagram, using absolutely gas photos of himself sporting various eccentric sunglasses and filming his strange antics.
If you haven't seen the thread of him having to unclog his toilet, you've missed out. Our personal fave is the stream of himself listening to Ariana Grande's latest album, which was set to knock his tune out of the charts.
In fact, his song made it back into the top 10, reaching number one and staying there. We're SO glad it did, because this down-to-earth chap with a love for Tinder deserves it.
‘AV GOT FUCKN NEW YORK WALLPAPER’ pic.twitter.com/eaYItwdsUd
— Yer Da (@Yerdasliability) April 24, 2019
After supporting Picture This at their five consecutive 3Arena nights recently, Capaldi is coming back to Dublin for his very own 2020 arena tour.
Sunday March 8, 2020 at Dublin's 3Arena sold out in minutes, as well as the rest of the UK tour dates, but our boy has hooked us up with an extra date on March 9, 2020.
He's also initiating his special LIVELIVE programme to support fans experiencing emotional difficulties and have concerns about attending shows.
WE SOLD OUT THE ENTIRE UK & IRELAND ARENA TOUR IN MINUTES HAVE NO WORDS AT ALL
SO FAR BEYOND ANY DREAM.
THANK U ALL pic.twitter.com/TZuHnsPHME
— Lewis Calamari (@LewisCapaldi) April 26, 2019
There'll be a team at each venue who are expertly trained and qualified in assisting with panic, anxiety or any other concerns fans may have. Capaldi created the scheme after his own experiences with anxiety had a dramatic effect on him.
Speaking about the idea, the singer said; "I really wanted to put something in place to help those people feel comfortable and offer them support to allow them to experience the shows."
The 22-year-old's tunes have been streamed over 600,000 times, and the youngster was shortlisted for the BBC Critics Choice Award. Tickets from €37.35 are on sale now via Ticketmaster, grab yours now.
Feature image: Instagram/@lewiscapaldi