A true Manchester legend is set to return to his roots as Liam Gallagher, the iconic frontman of Oasis, prepares to take the stage at the city’s brand-new Co-Op Live arena.
It would be hard to top Liam Gallagher’s biblical Knebworth Park shows, which proved to be some of the biggest live events of 2022.
But the always ambitious icon has once again excelled himself with news of a tour that will be bigger than biblical.
Liam will celebrate the 30 th anniversary of the release of Oasis’s all-conquering and massively influential debut album by embarking upon the ‘Definitely Maybe 30 Years’ arena tour in 2024.
The announcement of his ‘Definitely Maybe 30 Years’ tour promises to be a musical journey celebrating the album that changed it all, alongside a career that has solidified his status as a rock ‘n’ roll icon.
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Manchester Legend Returns
Liam Gallagher, the indomitable voice behind the iconic band Oasis, is heading home to Manchester for an extraordinary series of performances at the city’s colossal Co-Op Live arena.
As a Manchester legend, Liam Gallagher’s return to the city where it all began is a momentous occasion for fans and music enthusiasts.
Celebrating 30 Years of ‘Definitely Maybe’
The ‘Definitely Maybe 30 Years’ tour marks a significant milestone in Liam’s career, commemorating the 30th anniversary of Oasis’s groundbreaking debut album, ‘Definitely Maybe.’
This album, released in 1994, propelled Oasis to superstardom and is considered one of the most influential records in music history.
Full Album Performance and Rare Tracks
Liam Gallagher will treat fans to the entire ‘Definitely Maybe’ album, performed live in its entirety for the first time ever.
The setlist will also include some select b-sides from the era, ensuring an unforgettable journey through the album’s legendary tracks.
Expect to hear classics like ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Star,’ ‘Live Forever,’ ‘Supersonic,’ and ‘Cigarettes & Alcohol.’
In a rare treat, fans will also get to experience lesser-known album tracks that have rarely been performed since the mid-’90s, such as ‘Up In The Sky’ and ‘Digsy’s Dinner.’
Massive Arena Tour
The ‘Definitely Maybe 30 Years’ tour is not only a celebration of the album but also a colossal musical event.
The tour spans 12 dates and includes a standout performance at Manchester’s Co-Op Live arena, which boasts a 23,500-capacity.
This makes Co-Op Live the biggest arena in the country. Additionally, Liam will headline three shows at The O2 in London.
Liam’s Remarkable Solo Career
After achieving immense success as the frontman of Oasis, Liam Gallagher embarked on a solo career that has witnessed a remarkable rebirth.
He has released three studio albums – ‘As You Were,’ ‘Why Me? Why Not.,’ and ‘C’MON YOU KNOW,’ all of which reached #1 on the UK charts.
His live records, ‘MTV Unplugged’ and ‘Knebworth 22,’ have further cemented his status as a solo artist.
Liam’s incredible comeback has been marked by accolades, including awards like Rock ‘n’ Roll Star of the Year at the GQ Awards and high chart positions with hit singles.
This ‘Definitely Maybe 30 Years’ tour is an unmissable opportunity for fans to relive the glory of Oasis and witness Liam Gallagher’s timeless rock ‘n’ roll magic live on stage.
Tickets for these iconic shows will be available starting at 9 AM on Friday, October 20th.
You can get your tickets by clicking here
The 12-date ‘Definitely Maybe 30 Years’ tour is also massive in scale, with highlights including three nights at Manchester’s 23,500-capacity Co-Op Live, which will be the biggest arena in the country when it opens next May, as well as three shows at The O2 in London.
Liam says, “I’m bouncing around the house to announce the Definitely Maybe Tour. The most important album of the ‘90s bar none. I wouldn’t be anywhere without it and neither would you, so let’s celebrate together LG x”
2 nd – Sheffield, Utilita Arena
3 rd – Cardiff, Utilita Arena
6 th – London, The O2
7 th – London, The O2
10 th – London, The O2
15 th – Manchester, Co-op Live
16 th – Manchester, Co-op Live
19 th – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
20 th – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
23 rd – Dublin, 3Arena
24 th – Dublin, 3Arena
27 th – Manchester, Co-op Live
After becoming the foremost frontman of his generation with Oasis, Liam Gallagher’s solo career has been a story of a remarkable rebirth – and one that has introduced his talents to a whole new audience.
It has seen him score five UK #1 albums in just six years: his three studio sets, ‘As You Were’, ‘Why Me? Why Not.’ and ‘C’MON YOU KNOW’ plus the live records ‘MTV Unplugged’ and ‘Knebworth 22’.
His comeback has been capped by two unforgettable performances at the BRIT Awards, winning Rock ‘n’ Roll Star of the Year at the GQ Awards, and landing his highest position on the singles charts in thirteen years with ‘Everything’s Electric’.