Sam Fender announces huge Newcastle gig at Tynemouth Castle

11 February 2019, 10:50 | Updated: 11 February 2019, 12:16

The BRITs Critics' Choice winner has finally confirmed a homecoming date this summer at Mouth Of The Tyne festival.

Sam Fender has finally announced a homecoming live date for 2019.

The BRITs Critics' Choice winner has confirmed the details of a huge headline show on the stunning grounds of Tynemouth Priory & Castle on 11 July this year, as part of Mouth of the Tyne Festival.

Fender shared the news in a humorous video on social media, which you can watch above.

The 4000-capacity venue will be Fender’s biggest headline show to date.

Tickets go on pre-sale on 9am on Wednesday 13 February with all remaining tickets going on sale on Friday 15 February from at or at See Tickets.

READ MORE: Everything you need to know about Sam Fender

Fender will hand-pick a full supporting line-up of his favourite local acts, with Little Comets already confirmed.

Sam Fender’s previously announced UK dates for 2019 are now fully sold out, including a night at London’s Electric Brixton later this month, and two nights at Shepherd’s Bush Empire in May.

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Mouth of the Tyne Festival takes place in the picturesque conservation status village of Tynemouth in North Tyneside 8 miles east of Newcastle upon Tyne.

It is a four-day cultural celebration of live music, dance and arts by the sea and attracts around 100,000 people.

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