Liam Gallagher

Liam Gallagher

Liam Gallagher has announced a huge UK & Ireland arena tour for November this year, including a massive London show at The O2 and homecoming gig at the Manchester Arena.

Liam Gallagher Arena Tour Dates:

Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, 11 Nov
Birmingham Arena, 12
Aberdeen P&J Live, 14
Glasgow The SSE Hydro, 15
Newcastle Utilita Arena, 17
Sheffield FlyDSA Arena, 18
Manchester Arena, 20
Liverpool M&S Bank Arena, 21
Dublin 3Arena, 23 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***
Dublin 3Arena, 24
Nottingham Motorpoint Arena, 26
London The O2, 28
London The O2, 29 ***EXTRA DATE ADDED***

Tickets on sale now and Friday (19 July) at 9am from Gigantic AXS Ticketmaster The Ticket Factory See Tickets

Support across all dates will come from Slowthai.

Pre-order ‘Why Me? Why Not.’ from Liam’s official store to receive exclusive presale access to tickets.

The British rock and roll star will hit the road on tour in support of the new album, due out for release on 20 September 2019.

Lead single ‘Shockwave’ has already entered the top of the Official Vinyl and Trending Charts. He has also shared a preview of new track ‘The River’ ahead of his slot at Glastonbury this weekend, where he will hit the Pyramid Stage on Saturday evening.

The track was co-written by Liam alongside producer Andrew Wyatt, who was a key collaborator on the former Oasis frontman’s first solo release ‘As You Were’.

Liam commented on ‘Why Me? Why Not.’ saying, “I want the second album to be a step-up because the hardest thing to do is to make something the same, only better. So that’s what we’ve done. It’s a better record than ‘As You Were’. Which is saying something, as that was epic, wasn’t it?”

WATCH THE VIDEO FOR ‘SHOCKWAVE’ HERE:

Both ‘The River’ and ‘Shockwave’ are available as instant downloads when pre-ordering the new album.

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