Oasis singer Liam Gallagher announces a small ‘Definitely Maybe’ tour.
Oasis singer Liam Gallagher announces a small tour.
Oasis singer Liam Gallagher has reported a small 2024 visit called the “Definitely Maybe 30 Years Tour,” where he will play the former band’s debut album, ” Definitely Maybe’.”
Gallagher took to social media handle with the declaration, referring to the collection as “the main collection of the ’90s,” adding that he is ” bouncing around the house” in expectation.
Gallagher said that he is where he is today with the progress of the 1994 collection, which made Oasis superstars.
“We should gather together to celebrate,” he composed.
It will mark the first time Gallagher has performed “Definitely Maybe” in full since Oasis split in 2009. He will also perform B-sides.
One of his fans commented that Noel Gallagher should join the visit, expressing, “Bring Noel out, sibling.”
Co-founding Oasis member Paul Arthurs will join Gallagher.
The visit starts in Sheffield on June 2 and ends on June 27. Gallagher will likewise hit Cardiff, London, Glasgow, Dublin, and Manchester.
Tickets go on sale from Friday, Oct. 20, using Ticketmaster.