Liam Gallagher has insisted that he will not play any solo material on his upcoming ‘Definitely Maybe’ tour.
The former Oasis singer announced a special tour, celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Oasis album, which kicks off on 1 June next year in Sheffield.
The tour also includes two nights at Dublin’s 3Arena, which take place at the end of that month.
Gallagher will also perform in London, Glasgow and Manchester as part of these ‘Definitely Tour’ shows. See the dates in full below.
Liam Gallagher has announced the Definitely Maybe tour
Tickets on sale Friday pic.twitter.com/IA6nYqpiM4
— Mainly Oasis (@mainlyoasis) October 16, 2023
“No solo stuffs” – Insists Gallagher
Following this, Liam Gallagher has since confirmed that his soul focus for this tour, will be performing material from ‘Definitely Maybe’ album, including tracks, including, ‘Supersonic’, ‘Live Forever’, and ‘Whatever’ among others.
He also stated this when asked by a fan, if he would perform any solo tracks for this tour.
“No solo stuffs,” he replied via his X account, formerly known as Twitter.
“Def maybe album b sides [including Oasis’ cover of The Beatles’] I am the walrus that’s well worth 8 grand a ticket”, he added.
Check this out below.
No solo stuffs def maybe album b sides I am the walrus that’s well worth 8 grand a ticket
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) October 31, 2023
Back in September, Liam Gallagher also hinted that he had finished a brand new album.
“I’ve just made [an] album giz a f****** minute”, another reply posted by the singer via his X account, after being asked about future projects.
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