Noel Gallagher

Tickets Now On Sale For Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds Show In Dublin

Elaine Stenson
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Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds come to Dublin for a summer show at Malahide Castle on 16th June 2019. Special guests are Doves, Blossoms and DMA’S.

Ther singer recently won the 2018 Q Awards for Outstanding Contribution To Music and Best Solo Artist – adding to Noel’s list of prestigious accolades including the Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Song Collection in 2013, NME Godlike Genius Award in 2012 and the Q Icon Award.

Noel’s High Flying Birds album went double platinum in the UK and has sold over 2.5 million copies worldwide.

He says; “Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds is me and whoever is around at the time of whatever it is that I’m doing, a loose collective kinda thing”.

By the time a follow-up album was due for release, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds live show had already surpassed playing 150 shows in 32 different countries.

The follow-up album ‘Chasing Yesterday’ was released March 2015- the first album to be produced as well as written by Noel.  On producing the album, Noel said:

“It was a major pain in the arse., managing sessions from one end of the week to the other proved extremely difficult. I had all these people looking at me and saying: ‘right, what are we doing today?’ I felt like I was making the whole thing up as I went along.”

The album spawned live favourites ‘In the Heat of the Moment’ and “Lock all the Doors”. There followed another 122 shows in 28 countries.

A third album ‘Who Built The Moon?’ was recorded in sessions spanning 2 years with renowned producer, DJ and composer David Holmes in Belfast and London.  It was released in November 2017.

The album debuted in the UK at Number 1, achieving gold certification in less than 2 weeks after its release – making it a hat-trick of Number 1 albums for Noel.

‘Who Built The Moon?’ was also a record-breaking 10thconsecutive chart-topping studio album in the UK for Noel – no other artist has achieved such a feat.

Tickets priced €49.90 are on sale now.