Lewis Capaldi To Play His Debut Album With Full Orchestra At One-Off Liverpool Show
The fast-rising Scottish singer will play Liverpool’s Croxteth Park for a one-off BBC Radio 1 performance on 5 August.
Lewis Capaldi has announced details of a one-off performance that will see him playing his debut album, accompanied by a live orchestra. The fast-rising Scottish singer will play Liverpool’s Croxteth Park for a one-off BBC Radio 1 performance on Monday, 5 August.
“PLAYING THE ALBUM LIVE WITH AN ORCHESTRA!,” wrote Capaldi on Twitter. “Honestly so buzzing for this!! show is in Liverpool in august!!!”
While the majority of tickets have been snapped up, there are still some remaining. For further information, visit the artist’s official website.
The announcement of the Liverpool show comes after one fan proved their devotion to Capaldi by getting a tattoo of his face. Twitter user Milly Moore shared her new ink with the Scottish singer, based around an iconic Instagram photo he took of himself with sunglasses on and a towel around his head. It comes complete with the caption “HELLOOO LAYDISSS”.
Capaldi recently made a splash at the Glastonbury Festival. He joining Bastille for their performance of ‘Joy’ and playing a secret set on the BBC Introducing stage. It was a big first Glastonbury for the singer, who released his debut album Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent earlier this year and has enjoyed huge hits with ‘Someone You Love’ and ‘Hold Me While You Wait’.
Elsewhere in Lewis Capaldi news, the singer last week announced that he will headline this year’s Kew The Music festival. The ‘Someone You Loved’ singer tops the bill at the London event on 10 July. Nina Nesbitt and Dusky Grey are the support acts.
Kew The Music, which is held at The Royal Botanic Gardens in London sees Beverley Knight and Billy Ocean perform on 9 July; Jools Holland And His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra on 11 July; Craig David on 12 July; Garbage on 13 July and Rick Astley on July 14. Capaldi will replace Jess Glynn who was forced withdraw from the Kew event due to vocal health issues.