Liam Gallagher announces a tour for the summer of 2024 during which he will perform songs from Oasis’ self-titled debut album

In celebration of the album’s 30th anniversary, the former Oasis frontman will perform it in its entirety. Undoubtedly, Liam Gallagher will bring back an old favorite. The 51-year-old British singer-songwriter announced the Definitely Maybe 30 Years Tour on Instagram. It will be a short run of concerts in 2024 during which Gallagher will perform the self-titled debut album of his former band, Oasis. In order to launch the Definitely Maybe Tour, I’m bouncing around the house. Without a doubt, the most significant album of the 1990s. Let’s celebrate together LG x,” he wrote next to a tour poster. “Without it, neither you nor I would be anywhere.

The concert tour is scheduled to begin on June 2 in Sheffield and end on June 27 in Manchester. Along the route, Liam will stop in cities like Glasgow, Scotland, London, and Dublin. He stated in the post that the tour’s tickets will go on sale on Friday, Oct. 20, at 9 a.m. BST. The musician from “Wall of Glass” will perform Definitely Maybe for the first time since the band disbanded in 2009 on the tour in question. Oasis became one of Britpop’s biggest performers after the publication of Definitely Maybe in 1994, which featured classic songs including “Supersonic,” “Live Forever,” and “Slide Away.” It sold 8.5 million copies globally at the time, making it the fastest-selling debut album in the history of the United Kingdom.

It’s unknown if Liam’s brother and fellow Oasis member Noel will attend any of the shows, although in May, Noel, 56, discussed the possibility of playing the band’s debut album with SPIN. “Great if Liam wants to perform on the show. He told the outlet, “He’s got to make a living and all that. “Maintain the flame. I wouldn’t be able to put my heart and soul into it in the least. The complete 2024 tour schedule is listed below.
June, 2 – Sheffield, Utilita Arena
June 3 – Cardiff, Utilita Arena
June 6 – London, The O2
June 7 – London, The O2
June 10 – London, The O2
June 15 – Manchester, Co-op Live
June 16 – Manchester, Co-op Live
June 19 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
June 20 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
June 23 – Dublin, 3Arena
June 24 – Dublin, 3Arena
June 27 – Manchester, Co-op Live

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