Liam Gallagher: rock superstar announces huge Finsbury Park and Belsonic gigs, plus shows in Manchester, Leeds and more
Achieving both fame and notoriety as the frontman of Britpop giants Oasis, Liam Gallagher was an integral part of one of the biggest bands of all time. As a group Oasis achieved eight UK number-one singles; scored eight UK number-one albums; and won seventeen NME Awards on their way to selling over 70 million records worldwide. And while they are most closely associated with the 1990s, both Liam, and older brother Noel, remain two of the most recognisable celebrities in modern Britain today.
Following the breakup of Oasis in 2009 (largely due to the ever-fractious relationship between the two brothers), Liam formed a new group, Beady Eye: releasing two albums – 2011's Different Gear, Still Speeding and 2013's BE – before they disbanded in 2014.
Gallagher continued to deny suggestions that he would pursue a solo career until – in an about-turn late last year – he stunned fans by announcing his first solo album, As You Were, would be released on 6 October 2017.
A massive UK tour is set to follow and, in more good news for fans, Liam has since confirmed that he will complement the new material with a few classics from the Oasis back catalogue.
What's more, the Rock 'N' Roll star has announced two more huge gigs: a headline appearance at Belfast's Belsonic and a massive show in London's Finsbury Park in June 2018 – with tickets for both available at StubHub. So what are you waiting for? Grab your Liam Gallagher tickets today.
Liam Gallagher: new album and UK tour
Liam has announced that he will tour 11 locations around the UK and Ireland in October and December, including London, Glasgow and Manchester. He'll also stop at Newcastle, Belfast, Leeds, Plymouth, Nottingham, Birmingham, Cardiff and Brighton; before headlining a huge show at Finsbury Park in June 2018.
Gallagher revealed that he’d definitely be performing Oasis classics "Rock ’N’ Roll Star" and "D’You Know What I Mean?", before tweeting: "Every single Oasis song that I sang is potentially on the setlist for December tour".
In a further twist, Liam has spoken out about going "head to head" with brother Noel, with the older Gallagher likely to release his next album with The High Flying Birds in early November (just a few weeks after Liam's first solo album).
"I’m sure his record is gonna be great, but I feel double proud of mine, really confident," Liam said.
"I do exactly what it says on the tin. I’m here to give the people what they want."
Similar artists to Liam Gallagher
Once you've grabbed Liam Gallagher tickets, take a look at some of the other artists listed at StubHub. Former Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant always puts on a fantastic show, while the Foo Fighters are set to play three huge dates at the London Stadium and Manchester's Etihad Stadium in 2018.
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