How to get tickets for Lewis Capaldi at Croxteth Park

Lewis Capaldi performs at Glastonbury Festival 2019
Lewis Capaldi is set to perform his debut album accompanied by a live orchestra in Liverpool (Picture: PA)

Lewis Capaldi has become one of the breakout stars of 2019 – and now hes gearing up to play what could be his biggest show yet.

The Someone You Loved singer is set to play his chart-topping album Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent with a live orchestra in Croxteth Park, Liverpool.

The show, which will be aired on BBC Radio 1, is set to take place on Monday 5 August, and tickets are on sale already – but how can you get yours?

Heres what you need to know…

How can you get tickets for Lewis Capaldis show at Croxteth Park?

Tickets went on sale on Monday – but the bad news that they seem to be pretty much sold out already.

Of the tickets sold, 60 per cent have been allocated for those within the Liverpool area, with the remaining 40 per cent available for general sale.

Lewis Capaldi performs at Shepherds Bush Empire in 2018
Lewis is heading out on tour again later this year (Picture: Getty Images)

However its worth keeping an eye on the Ticketmaster website in case any more are released.



Lewis himself urged fans to snap up tickets before they were sold out when he announced the concert on Twitter on Monday.

Honestly so buzzing for this!! he said, saying of the tickets: Be quick ma sens!

Is Lewis Capaldi playing any other dates?


The singer, who is fresh from playing the Other Stage at Glastonbury last month, is heading on tour later this year, as well as playing Kew The Music at Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, on Wednesday 10 July.

Tickets for that show are still available, and you can purchase them here.

Many of his other tour dates are already sold out, but its always worth keeping an eye on his official website see if more tickets become available or more dates are announced.

His UK and Ireland tour dates are as follows.

  • 20 July Scarborough, Open Air Theatre
  • 30 August Scarborough, Open Air Theatre
  • 21 November Olympia Theatre, Dublin
  • 22 November Ulster Hall, Belfast
  • 23 November Manchester Academy
  • 25 November 02 Academy, Birmingham
  • 26 November 02 Academy, Bristol
  • 28 November 02 Guildhall, Southampton
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