Lewis Capaldi to return to Scarborough Open Air Theatre in July 2021

10th November 2020 | Category: Concerts

Lewis Capaldi has announced his return to Scarborough Open Air Theatre next summer.

The chart-topping and BRIT Award-winning singer-songwriter played two shows at the UK’s largest open-air arena in 2019 – with both dates selling out in record time.

Lewis Capaldi, widely regarded as one of the most successful and critically-acclaimed artists of his generation, will be once again performing at Scarborough Open Air Theatre on Sunday, July 25.

“Buzzing to be back playing in Yorkshire again. Scarborough 2019 was absolutely class so I can’t wait to return next summer,” said Capaldi.

“It’s a great venue, the crowds there are always unreal and so here’s to another unforgettable night.”

Meanwhile, Scarborough Open Air Theatre programmer Peter Taylor said: 

“Lewis Capaldi is quite simply a music phenomenon – a brilliant live performer, a great guy and someone we are beyond delighted to see return.

Last two years have been quite busy for the award-winning artist, as he was topping the charts around the world and selling out massive arena tours.

He was nominated for the Critics’ Choice Award at the 2019 BRITS before his breakthrough single “Someone You Loved” topped the UK Singles Chart for seven weeks.

“Someone You Loved” has become a global hit – landing at number one spot on the US Billboard Hot 100. It was nominated for a Grammy Awards for ‘Song of the Year’ and is today the longest-running top 10 UK single of all time by a British artist.

Lewis’ debut album, Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent – which includes the hits as Before You Go, Grace, Hollywood and Bruises – was not only the top-selling album of 2019, but is now on track to be the biggest album in the UK for a second year running. It has yet to exit the UK Top 10 more than 18 months after its release.

On Friday (November 6), his debut LP landed at Number Nine on the UK’s official album chart, recording a 77th consecutive week in the Top 10.

The album has passed the previous record of 76 consecutive weeks for a solo artist set by Ed Sheeran‘s 2017 album ‘÷’.

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