Lewis Capaldi broke a record in his native Scotland: he is now the music artist who has sold the most tickets for an indoor live show.

Lewis recently played at the P&J Live arena in Aberdeen, Scotland, and sold over 15,000 tickets for the show. IQ was first to report the news.

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A representative for ASM Global, which operates the venue, confirmed Lewis’ show set the record for largest indoor crowd.

“P&J Live was the perfect venue for Lewis’ full-hearted songs and incredible production on his hugely successful arena tour,” programming director James Harrison said in a statement. “Nearly 15,000 fans from Scotland’s North East standing on the floor has to be seen to be believed, a unique sight in UK venues, an incredible atmosphere and a night to remember for everyone that was there.”

The record had previously been set by Scottish singer Gerry Cinnamon back in 2019.

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Lewis is on tour in support of his forthcoming album, Broken By Desire to be Heavenly Sent, which arrives May 19. His tour runs until September 23, with a final stop set for Belfast, Ireland.

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