Lewis Capaldi announces Manchester outdoor gig at Wythenshawe Park - pre-sale and how to buy tickets

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Here’s how to get pre-sale tickets for the chart-topping singer’s outdoor concert in Manchester.

Scottish singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi has announced a big outdoor gig in Manchester this summer.

Capaldi, who is currently number one in the singles charts with Pointless, will play Wythenshawe Park as part of his 2023 tour. It’s another big-name coup for the park, which will also host a concert by Noel Gallagher and the High-Flying Birds on the same weekend in August. Lewis will hold the Manchester gig a day before he plays the Reading Festival, followed by its partner festival, Leeds Festival.

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The singer, who first hit the charts in 2017, is already playing Manchester’s AO Arena soon, in a sold-out gig on Wednesday 18 January, as part of his mega 2023 tour of the UK and Europe. He also played Castlefield Bowl in Manchester in 2022 as part of the Sounds of the City series of summer gigs.

And Lewis’ Wythenshawe Park gig will take place on Friday 25 August - one day before Noel’s band play the same venue, in a jam-packed bank holiday weekend of music which also features Primal Scream as support for High Flying Birds.

Lewis Calpaldi pre-sale tickets for Manchester

For fans who want to get ahead of the crowds, a pre-sale will be held for anyone who pre-orders Lewis’ much-anticipated new album, Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent, via his official website here. You need to order by 4pm on Wednesday 18 January and you will then be sent a pre-sale code and ticket link after 6pm on 18 January.

The pre-sale tickets will then be on sale from 9am on Thursday 19 January via Ticketmaster and See Tickets.

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General release tickets will then go on sale from 9am on Friday 20 January via Ticketmaster. Prices have yet to be confirmed.

Lewis’ new album, on which he co-wrote some tracks with Ed Sheeran, is the hotly-anticipated follow up to 2019’s Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent, which was that year’s best-selling album.

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