- 23 Sep 19
The Scottish singer songwriter cant keep up with the demand.
He's sold out the Olympia Theatre next month and has nearly done the same with his back-to-back shows at the 3Arena in March. To keep up with demand, Lewis Capaldi today announces his biggest Irish shows to date at Irish Independent Park in Cork on 18 June and Malahide Castle on 20 June 2020. The two outdoor gigs will be the largest Irish venues Capaldi has played.
Capaldi catapulted to stardom this year with his debut album, Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent, spending six weeks total at the No. 1 spot and going certified platinum in just 10 weeks.
"He's got a huge voice and what feels like a bottomless well of heartache," wrote Hot Press's Ed Power after speaking to Capaldi earlier this year.
Success is manifesting worldwide, with sold-out tours everywhere he goes, and hit single, ‘Someone You Loved’, rapidly climbing the Billboard Hot 100 in the U.S, where it’s fast on the heels of breaking the Top 10. With memorable performances on The Late Late Show with James Corden, he is being taken under the wing of every country he sets foot in, with no exception here in Ireland.
Lewis also helped wrap up Ed Sheeran’s two-year World Tour and played at Glastonbury and TRNSMT to warm up for his own winter headline tour and 2020 arena tour that sold out before his debut album was even released.
Tickets go on sale this Friday, 27 September at 9AM for €49.90 including booking fees, available here.
Irish Tour Dates
18 June – Irish Independent Park, Cork
20 June – Malahide Castle, Dublin