Former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher announced on Monday a tour next year for the 30th anniversary of Definitely Maybethe album that made the legendary British pop band rise to fame, without ruling on an eventual reconciliation with his brother Noel.
On his Instagram account, he celebrated being able to pay tribute “for the most important album of the 1990s” with this series of concerts in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
The tour will begin in Sheffield, in the north of England, on June 1, 2024, and will end on the 27th of the same month in Manchesterthe city from which the group originates, after having performed in London and Dublin.
According to the tour description, this is the first time that Liam Gallagher, 51, will sing all of the songs on this album. In addition to successes like Rock ‘n’ Roll Star, Live Forever, Supersonic o Cigarettes & Alcoholsome lesser-known ones will be performed on stage for the first time since the 1990s.
After years of disputes, an umpteenth clash in 2009 between Liam Gallagher and his brother Noelguitarist and composer of Oasis, at the Parisian Rock en Seine festival, caused the separation of the group formed in 1991 in Manchester.