Loyle Carner has announced that his Wembley Arena show will be available via streaming for those unable to attend in person.
The South London artist is currently on a sell-out UK and European tour of his latest album “Hugo”, supported by Wesley Joseph, Kofi Stone and Olivia Dean.
On the final day of the tour (March 16), fans around the world will be able to watch the “once in a lifetime show” live broadcast produced by UpTheGame, the award-winning creative agency behind the Liam Gallagher documentary Knebworth ‘ 22. .
Tickets are on sale through DOORS priced at £18, and can be purchased here.
The tour celebrates the success of his third album, “Hugo”, which has been critically acclaimed and rated four stars by NME, who recognize Carner as a “frank and uninhibited storyteller”.
On the red carpet at the 2023 BRIT Awards, Carner said she was “very touched” by the response to her album.
“I think his work is already done. He seems to be – and continues to be – very uplifting people. [y] People were given support when they needed it. I did something I wanted to do when I was 16 and didn’t.”
In other news, the Croydon star has been nominated for Best Hip-Hop/Grime/Rap Performance at this year’s BRIT Awards. In addition, fans were able to trade in “special” soccer jerseys and recipes to win tickets to Hugo’s tour.