- 08 Jun 20
The Newcastle artist has made waves since releasing his debut album.
Geordie musician Sam Fender has officially moved all upcoming performances scheduled for 2020 to 2021 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The indie singer-songwriter took to social media this morning to inform his followers about the gig-related news, expressing his disappointment at missing out on the concerts.
"Hope everyone is safe and well in these mental times. What the f-k happened to 2020?! With the current state that the UK is in, we're pushing all shows back until next year - it sucks eggs but it's unavoidable," the 'Hypersonic Missiles' singer wrote on his Instagram page.
"The silver lining is that by the time these shows come around, there will be loads of new music to play you. And you can only imagine the energy as it will be 13 months since our last show. I haven't gone this long without playing a show since I was 16!" he added.
"We can't wait to get back out there and start sharing music again. So keep hold of your tickets, because it's gonna be insane. See you then. Much love, Sam x
The singer was scheduled to play Malahide Castle on June 16th and 17th - supporting The Killers but the concert has since been postponed until June 15th and 16th 2021.
Watch Sam's full post to his fans below: