Here are the set times for Sam Fender’s Finsbury Park show

New rules for entry have also been released in light of the hot weather

Sam Fender has announced the set times for his Finsbury Park show tomorrow (July 15).

The singer-songwriter has nine acts supporting his biggest headline event to date at the London park. Fontaines D.C.Declan McKennaBeabadoobeeGoat GirlNilüfer YanyaRachel ChinouririStone, Heidi Curtis and Kay Greyson are all scheduled to perform.

In addition to sharing the stage times, Fender also posted an update to fans advising them on rule changes in light of the current heatwave.

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Suncream bottles of any size will now be permitted and fans can also bring in sealed plastic water bottles of up to 750ml. Reusable bottles (glass not permitted) of any size are also allowed. There are water refill points located on the site.

Set times for Sam Fender at Finsbury Park, Friday, July 15:

Main Stage:
Sam Fender – 8.35pm
Fontaines D.C. – 6.55pm-7.55pm
Declan McKenna – 5.35pm-6.25pm
Nilüfer Yanya – 4.30pm-5.10pm
Rachel Chinouriri – 3.30pm-4.10pm

John O’Keefe Lowlights Stage:
Beabadoobee – 7.45pm-8.45pm
Goat Girl – 6.45pm-7.20pm
Stone – 5.45pm-6.20pm
Heidi Curtis – 4.45pm-5.20pm
Kay Greyson – 3.50pm-4.25pm

In May, Fender said that it was “absolutely fucking ridiculous!” that his Finsbury Park show had sold out. The North Shields singer-songwriter is following in the footsteps of Arctic MonkeysQueens Of The Stone AgePulp and Liam Gallagher in headlining the park.

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“It’s the biggest gig we’ve put on so far – 45,000 tickets,” Fender told NME following the show’s announcement. “It’s gonna be like Sam Fender with his mates and friends.”

“I’m just embracing it, man. I’m excited. Just the fact that you mentioned artists like Queens Of The Stone Age and Arctic Monkeys has put a shiver up my spine. We’re here now and we’ve got to fucking pretend that we know what we’re doing!”

He added: “I’m absolutely psyched to be playing Finsbury Park. What a mad night this is going to be. Some huge artists have played there over the years… it’s gonna be wild.”

Meanwhile, earlier this month Fender led a chant of “Fuck The Tories” at TRNSMT Festival.

In a video, Fender can be seen leading the chant with the crowd joining in alongside him during his performance at the Glasgow festival on July 8.

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