Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher returns to Birmingham
Britpop legend Liam Gallagher will return to Birmingham this November, after already gracing the Second City at the inaugural Peaky Blinders Festival in September.
The ‘Wall of Glass’ singer will play Arena Birmingham on November 12th as part of a tour which will see him perform at arenas across the UK, alongside two dates in Dublin.
The thirteen-event tour is to promote the former Oasis frontman’s second solo album, Why Me? Why Not.
Gallagher will be joined on the tour by DMAs and Miles Kane, with the Australian band joining for the first half of the tour, including the Birmingham date, and the Last Shadow Puppets star replacing them for the second half.
Tweeting about the support acts, Gallagher said: “Alright I got the kids of Australia DMAs and also loaning Miles Kane out of Alex Turner’s arsehole as support for my tour be happy why me why not LG.”
Alright I got the kids of Australia DMAs and also loaning Miles Kane out of Alex Turner’s arsehole as support for my tour be happy why me why not LG x
— Liam Gallagher (@Liam_Parody) September 30, 2019
Gallagher will play:
11 Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
12 Arena Birmingham
14 P & J Live, Aberdeen
15 The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
17 Utilita Arena, Newcastle
18 FlyDSA Arena Sheffield
20 Manchester Arena
21 M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
23 3arena, Dublin
24 3arena, Dublin
26 Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
28 O2 Arena, London
29 O2 Arena, London
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