Sam Fender adds new dates to 2022 UK Seventeen Going Under tour
15 October 2021, 13:20
The singer-songwriter has added fresh dates to his 2022 Seventeen Going Under tour. Find out where he's headed and how to buy tickets.
Sam Fender has added new dates to his 2022 Seventeen Going Under tour.
The singer-songwriter confirmed he'd be playing dates up and down the country from 20 March, which included gigs at London's SSE Arena, Wembley and a homecoming gig at Newcastle's Utilita Arena.
Now, after his tickets went on sale, Get You Down singer has added extra dates at London's Wembley SSE Arena on 2 April and another home coming gig at Newcastle's Utilita Arena on 6 April.
Fender has also lined up a summer show at Manchester's Castlefield Bowl on 6 July.
Tickets are on sale now.
Sam Fender UK Tour Dates 2022
- 20 March – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
- 21 March – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
- 24 March - 3Arena, Dublin
- 26 March – SSE Hydro Arena, Glasgow
- 27 March – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
- 30 March - Brighton Centre
- 1 April – The SSE Arena, Wembley, London
- 2 April – The SSE Arena, Wembley, London *JUST ADDED*
- 5 April – Utilita Arena, Newcastle
- 6 April – Utilita Arena, Newcastle *JUST ADDED*
- 6 July – Castlefield Bowl, Manchester
The news comes after Fender announced intimate live dates in small venues for December 2021.
The gigs, which sees him partner with independent record stores such as Banquet Records, Rough Trade and Bear Tree Records, will see him play the likes of Kingston's Pryzm, Leeds' Brudenell Social Club and Fat Sams in Dundee.
The musician's rescheduled shows will take place later this month and into November, with two nights at London’s Alexandra Palace, and shows in Glasgow, Cardiff, Leeds, and Newcastle.
Fender has also recently revealed the visuals for his Spit Of You single, which sees him star alongside Line of Duty and The Irishman actor Stephen Graham.
Watch them in action here:
“Spit Of You is a song about boys and their dads,” Fender explained about the single.
“It’s based around my own relationship with my old man, and how we both struggle as blokes to communicate the way we feel to each other without it becoming a stand off.
"It’s about how the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, as I get further into my twenties I see so much of myself in him, especially when it comes to being stubborn."
He added: “The second half of the song talks about seeing him with my grandma when she passed away, and how I saw him as a son, and how that moment reminded me to make the most of my time with him. If anything, it’s a declaration of love for him."