How To Buy Lewis Capaldi Tickets 2023 World Tour

by Ami Dalsania

How To Buy Lewis Capaldi Presale Tickets 2023 World Tour: Lewis Capaldi just announced a world tour for 2023, and tickets are already on sale.

How To Buy Lewis Capaldi Tickets 2023 World Tour

The popular Scot teased his fans on Twitter by writing “New album and tour, anyone?” before announcing his brand new album Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent.

His second studio album is set to come out on May 19, 2023, which is a few months after the tour starts in January 2023.

With the news of the album came a list of tour dates that showed the singer of “Someone You Loved” would be going to 60 cities in Europe and the United States.

There are 12 dates in the UK in that list. Here’s how you can buy tickets:

How To Buy Lewis Capaldi Presale Tickets 2023 World Tour

The first way to get Lewis Capaldi tickets is during the presale on Wednesday, October 26 at 9 a.m.

To get into the presale, you have to pre-order the singer’s new album, Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent, from his official store in any format.

You need to do this by Tuesday, October 25 at 16:00 BST, and then you’ll get an email with an exclusive presale code for UK dates.

There will also be a link to buy tickets in the email. Then, on October 26 at 9 a.m., all you have to do to buy tickets is click on the link and enter the code.

Buy Lewis Capaldi Tickets 2023 World Tour

If you don’t get tickets during the presale or don’t want to order the album yet, there will be more tickets available two days later.

Tickets for the general public go on sale on Ticketmaster and See Tickets on Friday, October 28 at 9 a.m. Prices haven’t been made public yet.

This week, the 26-year-old told BBC Scotland that he was “terrified” about putting out his new album next year.

“That’s correct. You’ll only get that. I’m dripping with sweat. “Yeah, it’s definitely nerve-wracking,” he said.

Lewis Capaldi 2023 Europe Tour Dates


Sat. 14: First Direct Arena in Leeds
Monday, June 16: Utilita Arena in Sheffield
Wed 18: Manchester, AO Arena
Thu, Nov. 19: M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool
Sat. 21: Utilita Arena in Newcastle
Mon 23: Aberdeen, P&J Live
Tue 24: Glasgow, OVO Hydro
Thu 26: Birmingham, Utilita Arena
Fri., Feb. 27: Motorpoint Arena in Nottingham
Sun 29: Belfast, SSE Arena

30: Dublin, 3Arena


Wed 1: The International Arena in Cardiff
Thu 2: Exeter, Westpoint Arena
Mon 13: Warsaw, Torwar
Tue 14: Vienna, Stadthalle
Thu 16: Berlin, Mercedes-Benz Arena
Fri 17: Prague, O2 Arena
Sun 19: Hamburg, Barclays Arena
Tue, 21: Festhalle in Frankfurt
Thu 23: Antwerp, Sportpaleis
Sat 25: Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome
Sun 26: Paris, Accor Arena
Tue 28: Cologne, Lanxess Arena


Thu 2: Copenhagen, Royal Arena – Denmark
Fri 3: Oslo, Spektrum
Sun 5: Stockholm, Avicii Arena
Tue 7: Zurich, Hallenstadion
Wed. 8: Mediolanum Forum in Milan
Fri 10: Barcelona, Palau Sant Jordi
Sat 11: Madrid, WiZink Center
Tue 14: Stuttgart, Schleyerhalle
Wed. 15: The Olympiahalle in Munich