Sam Fender's Virgin Money Unity Arena gig: Get the weather forecast
13 August 2020, 10:44
The Hypersonic Missiles singer is set to open the UK's first socially distanced venue this Tuesday and Thursday, but what will the weather be like? Get the latest forecast here.
Sam Fender is playing his second night at the Virgin Money Unity Arena this Thursday 13 August, seeing him play the UK's first socially distanced venue once again.
Although the weather has been scorching so far this week, what can be expected from the forecast at the open-air gig? Will you need to take your sunnies as well as your waterproofs?
Find out what to expect here...
What's the weather forecast for Sam Fender's Newcastle gig?
The Met Office put out a yellow weather warning in the UK this week, as thunderstorms and floods were expected to blight Britain.
According to their website, Thursday when the Play God singer plays his second night at the venue will witness cloud and fog, with temperatures cooling to highs of only 16 degrees. However, his fans might just get away with keeping dry as there's only a 10% chance of rain from 6pm to 8pm, which increases to 20% when Sam Fender hits the stage at 9pm.
See the Virgin Money Unity Arena line-up for August - September 2020
Thurs 13 August - Sam Fender
Sat 15 August - Two Door Cinema Club
Sun 16 August - The Bootleg Beatles (afternoon show)
Sun 16 August - Adam Kay (evening show)
Wed 19 August - Rumours of Fleetwood Mac
Sat 22 August 2020 - Supergrass
Sun 23 August - Love at the Musicals feat. Collabro, Joe McElderry & Sophie Evans
Wed 26 Aug - Elvana
Thurs 27 August - Tom Grennan
Fri 28 August - Klub Kids: Summer Mania
Sat 29 August - The Libertines (afternoon and evening)
Sun 30 August - Bongo's Bingo (afternoon show)
Sun 30 August - Jason Manford
Mon 31 August – Jimmy Carr
Tues 1 September - Bill Bailey
Thursday 3 September – Van Morrison
Sat 5 September - Maximo Park
Wed 9 September – Craig Charles (*please note this date has changed from Friday 14th August)
Thursday 10 Sept– Alfie Boe
Friday 11 September – Ronan Keating
Sat 12 September – Bongo's Bingo
Sun 13 September – Becky Hill