It’s been eight years since Oasis spilt, and we were treated to our last live performance from the Gallagher brothers.
Luckily for us, the pair have been busy with solo work. And whilst it’s been quiet from Noel recently, Liam has spent the summer appearing at festivals such as Glastonbury and Reading and Leeds to the delight of many fans.
If that wasn’t enough, he’s also announced an album and a tour. The tour kicks off 3rd December in Leeds before finishing with a hometown show in Manchester Arena on 16th December.
Fans can access an exclusive pre-sale that kicks off 10AM on Wednesday 6th September by pre-ordering his new album, As You Were .
You’ll be able to get general sale tickets from Ticketmaster at 10AM on Friday 8th September .
How to get tickets before anyone else
You can pre-order the album on Deluxe CD, CD, Vinyl and Special Deluxe Boxset, through the official Liam Gallagher store .
Fans must preorder the record ahead of 10AM on Tuesday 5th September to be eligible for an exclusive code, which will then offer them access to the presale 10AM on Wednesday 6th September.
The email will also contain further details on to redeem the code and tickets are limited to four per person. The album As You Were is set to drop on the 6th October 2017 and features new music Wall of Glass , Chinatown and For What It’s Worth .
Liam Gallagher 2017 UK Tour Dates
- 30th October – Ulster Hall, Belfast
- 3rd December – First Direct Arena, Leeds
- 4th December – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
- 6th December – Pavilions, Plymouth
- 7th December – Alexandra Palace, London
- 10th December – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
- 12th December – Birmingham Arena, Birmingham
- 13th December – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
- 15th December – Brighton Centre, Brighton
- 16th December – Manchester Arena, Manchester
Liam recently revealed that him and his brother Noel Gallagher’s relationship is so broken that even their mum has given up trying to reunite them. Fed-up Peggy, 73, says she is past caring 20 years after war first broke out – and a decade since her sons stopped talking to each other.
The Oasis stars’ beloved mum now cannot even get them in the same room at Christmas or for family birthday parties. Liam, revealed: “She is done with it. She is like, ‘F*** yous. Smash each other’s heads in for all I care. I am sick of it.’ “It has been 20 years now. She is done with it and she has given up.”