Liam Gallagher ‘Absolutely Blown Away’ By Production Of Definitely Maybe 30th Anniversary Tour

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Liam Gallagher has said that his upcoming 30th anniversary ‘Definitely Maybe’ Tour is sounding “full-on psychedelic”. 

The singer has said that he has been left “absolutely blown away” by how the production rehearsals have been getting on.

This tour which begins on June 2, will see Gallagher head over to Ireland for shows in Dublin and Limerick. Gallagher will perform at Dublin’s 3Arena on June 23 and 24, as well as Limerick’s Thomond Park on July 14, as well as several shows in the UK.

These run of shows will see the singer only perform material from the infamous Oasis album of the same name, which was released in 1994, including tracks ‘Live Forever’, ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Star’, ‘Supersonic’, and ‘Cigarettes & Alcohol’ among others.

Gallagher Left “blown away”

Posting on X/Twitter, Liam Gallagher had this to say regarding his upcoming tour.

“Production rehearsals tday for DM shenanigans CMON … Absolutely blown away by the set it’s full on Psychedelic it’s like they’ve taken a photo of what’s in my mind LG x (sic)”, the singer wrote.

This tour will also see Gallagher joined by former Oasis bandmate and long time collaborator Paul ‘Bonehead’ Arthurs.

Previously, Liam Gallagher had revealed that his estranged brother Noel was offered the chance to feature on this tour. However, Liam claimed that Noel turned it down.

“He’s been asked and he’s refused”, Liam replied when he was asked by a fan if Noel would be taking part.

Last week, the former Oasis singer also addressed questions over the material which he would be performing on this upcoming tour.

Replying to a fan’s question about the material being performed at this show, Gallagher described it as “Mixed up” adding that he “can’t be singing ‘Live Forever’ [four] songs into the set”.

Elsewhere, the singer once again insisted that he would not perform any solo material at these shows, replying with “Not a drop”, when asked by a fan on social media.

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