Lewis Capaldi announces major Scottish show date this year – here’s how to get tickets

LEWIS Capaldi has announced that he will play a third gig in Scotland this year.

The Scots hitmaker, 26, revealed that he will be performing at a huge outdoor gig in 2023.

Lewis will be playing a huge outdoor gig in Edinburgh


Lewis will be playing a huge outdoor gig in EdinburghCredit: Getty

The announcement comes ahead of his sold out shows at the P&J Live in Aberdeen and the OVO Hydro in Glasgow later this month.

Lewis will perform at the Royal Highland Showgrounds in Edinburgh on Friday, September 1.

Fans can get their hands on tickets from 9am on Friday, January 20 via Gigs in Scotland and Ticketmaster.

Presale tickets will go on sale at 10am on January 19.

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The singer has already released two singles from his upcoming album Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent which is set to be released in May.

Lewis went straight to the top of the UK singles charts back in September last year with his comeback single ‘Forget Me’ – his third UK number one.

The single smashed 100 millions streams globally, making him the fifth artist in 2022 to have a single go straight in at number one in its first week,.

The global superstar sold out his upcoming 2023 UK arena tour in seconds, with further shows around the world selling out in record time.

And he was recently crowned the ‘King Of Streaming’ with his global hit single ‘Someone You Loved’ becoming the UK’s most streamed song of all time.

It comes after Lewis was selling signed CDs of his latest single for just 99p after someone in his team ordered too many copies.

Pointless was released after it dropped last month shortly after the success of Forget Me, which was the first song released from the album.

But a member of his team ordered 6,000 more copies of the song on CD than was needed – leaving Capaldi with thousands of CDs leftover.

As a result, the crafty Scot has decided to sign and sell them for just 99p in a bid to try and get rid of them.

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