Lewis Capaldi’s gig at The Event Complex Aberdeen sold out “in one second” when tickets went on sale this morning, the delighted singer said.
The rising star, who will play the arena on March 15 next year, tweeted: “Aberdeen I think you sold the big sexy … arena out in 1 SECOND.”
Bosses at The Event Complex Aberdeen confirmed tickets for the 11,500 capacity gig “were all gone in a flash” when sales to the general public opened at 9am.
“We are just ecstatic, really pleased,” said Louise Stewart, head of entertainment for the complex.
“This is our first sold out show and it is the biggest indoor show we have ever done in the north-east.
“We hope it will be the first of many sell outs.”
Lousie said venue bosses were pleased Aberdeen people got behind the event.
She said they were looking forward to seeing a packed out arena for what will be a fantastic night.
Lousie said: “I think the nice thing about it is we are going to have such a mixture of people there because he has such a broad fanbase. I know families will be going and it will be a great experience for a lot of people.
“It’s going to be really exciting to welcome him and all his fans.”
The Aberdeen date was announced earlier this week, after Lewis’s entire UK arena tour sold out, shifting 77,000 tickets in 10 minutes.
The Scottish singer-songwriter, who spent seven weeks at the top of the singles chart with Someone You Loved is touring on the back of his debut album.
Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent – about the ups and downs of growing up – is due out a week today.
The album also includes the Bathgate-born musician’s hits Grace and Bruises.