Hold us while we wait for Lewis Capaldi’s Australasian tour this coming July. Known – and adored – for his impish humour and dulcet balladry, Scotland’s very own ‘Beyoncé’ (as Capaldi refers to himself) will soon grace these shores to tour his second album, Broken By Desire To be Heavenly Sent, with performances at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena on July 14 and 15, 2023.
After tickets originally went on sale, the first Melbourne show – scheduled for July 15 – sold out, but Capaldi has since added a second date, taking place on July 14.
The 26-year-old singer will be supported by the Grammy Award-nominated multi-platinum singer-songwriter Noah Cyrus, who will join Capaldi in opening arena shows across the country, with dates in Sydney, Perth, Adelaide and Melbourne throughout July 2023.
Born in Glasgow, the Scottish singer began learning how to play the guitar at nine, before writing songs and sneaking into pubs to play gigs. Capaldi then broke into the mainstream in the late 2010s with singles ‘Bruises’ and the international chart-topper ‘Someone You Loved’. Both songs cast his debut album Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent into the limelight, where it remained at the top of the UK Albums Chart for six weeks.
The lead single off Capaldi’s latest album, ‘Forget Me’, quickly became gold-certified and smashed over 100 million streams globally, and he soon joined the likes of Harry Styles, Taylor Swift, Dave and Sam Smith in having a single reach number one in its first week.
Grab your tickets on the Secret Sounds website, and don’t miss your chance to see Lewis Capaldi and Noah Cyrus in what is posed to be an unforgettable night.