Liam Gallagher was unhappy with Spanish security’s treatment of the front row of fans and stopped his show at Sonarama Ribera Festival. The musician was forced to stall a performance of ‘Wonderwall’ on Saturday, August 11th to give Spanish security guards a piece of his mind, telling them to leave fans alone. There’s fan footage of the barney below.
There was confusion amongst the crowd as the star was performing at the festival in northern Spain. The ex-Oasis frontman told the band to stop as he was singing the second verse, before telling security, “Now, woah,” “What’s this here? Oi! They’re having fun, man. Stop getting on their cases. You want to come to a gig in Manchester when it goes properly off. You’ll have your work cut out then. Stop getting on their cases.”
Gallagher restarted the song, during which he changed the words from “There are many things that I would like to say to you/But I don’t know how” to “But I don’t speak Spanish.” Watch the footage of the quibble below.
Liam Gallagher stopping ‘Wonderwall’ to have a go at security at the Sonorama Ribera Festival in Spain yesterday.
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Meanwhile, Gallagher is set to headline this year’s Pilton Party, which is organised by the Glastonbury Festival team as a “thank you” and a means to raise funds for villagers, workers and local people in the Glastonbury area. The Mancunian recently brought a large contingent of his family on holidays on the singer’s private jet. Our kid shared the photo of the happy moment on Instagram. However, the family snaps were incomplete as an integral part of the Gallagher clan was not present as Noel and Liam refuse to lay down their arms. You can read more about that here.
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