Noel Gallagher announces intimate gigs

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds return to the forefront of the touring circuit this year with a summer of huge outdoor shows. Before then, a mini, intimate tour of the country will see him warm up with the promise of new material. 

With live outings showing no sign of slowing down, the High Flying Birds are back on the road with dates in London, Edinburgh, Llandudno and Hull. This follows a successful two year period seeing the elder Gallagher release The Man Who Built The Moon and headlining festivals such as Tramlines Summer Sonic and Greenwich Music Time.

The May dates kick start a huge year for the former Oasis wordsmith, he then heads to Japan before marquee headline dates at Manchester’s Heaton Park and the Isle of Wight Festival. 

 

 

The Man Who Built The Moon was one of Noel Gallagher’s best pieces of work to date. A slight change in musical direction mixes well with his song writing ability. Tracks such as ‘Holy Mountain’ and ‘She Taught Me How To Fly’ stand out. 

With small venue dates in Scotland and Wales being a rarity, Gallagher’s London return sees him play the London Palladium on May 9th. The grade two West End theatre is iconic and historic. Its acoustics are remarkable, recently playing home to legendary American singer/songwriter Bob Dylan.

With his solo career going from strength to strength and a new album in the pipeline, it is clear that Noel Gallagher has put the Oasis question behind him. Life on the road as a solo artist is clearly fruitful for the Manchester legend.

 

Dates:

07/05 – Edinburgh Playhouse, Edinburgh

08/05 – Venue Cymru, Llandudno

09/05 – The London Palladium, London

11/05 – Bonus Arena, Hull

 

Tickets:

https://www.noelgallagher.com/live

 

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