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16th November 2017

Liam Gallagher announces huge home-coming

Liam Gallagher is coming back next summer for an extra special performance. As you were

For those of you who are still waiting for that Oasis reunion, you might still be waiting a while. But in the meantime why don’t you see 50 per cent of the iconic manc two-some (arguably the better half, but I’ll let you decide).

It has just been announced that rock n’ roll icon and our kid,  Liam Gallagher is coming back home to play a huge special performance at Emirates Lancashire Cricket Club in Manchester. As we already know all too well he is one of the most recognised figures in British music, his show will be an attitude-filled performance (and hopefully a few potato peelers too) fuelled with tracks from his acclaimed debut solo No.1 album As You Were. Tickets for this unmissable show will go on sale on 9am Friday 24th November.

Coming from the suburbs of Manchester and now releasing one of the biggest albums of 2017, Liam Gallagher very own homecoming next year is not to be missed. With a catalogue full of global hits, fans can expect recent singles ‘Wall of Glass’ and ‘For What It’s Worth’ as well as the Oasis classics such as ‘Rock ‘N’ Roll Star’ and ‘Wonderwall’ to provide huge sing-along moments that will add to Manchester’s already iconic history.

With a full supporting, exciting line-up still to be announced, the special one-day event will take place on Saturday 18th August 2018, which has hosted landmark nights of music including the record-breaking One Love Manchester. This is guaranteed to be the stand out rock show of the summer.

So come on, roll with it, but DON’T take your time. Make sure you’ve set your alarm for 9 am Friday, 24th of November, But make sure you set it a bit early if you need a little time to wake up…wake up. (Sorry I’ll stop now)


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Liam Gallagher announces huge Manchester show

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