Liam Gallagher fans in the United Kingdom will have more opportunities to catch the controversial British alt-rocker in 2017. The ex-Oasis lead singer will make a triumphant return to his home stomping grounds for a 10-city arena tour in support of his debut solo studio album As You Were, which will hit shelves Oct. 6 via Warner/Parlophone.
The “Wonderwall” hitmaker unveiled the dates on Aug. 31 at his official Liam Gallagher website, following two huge UK appearances on Aug. 25 at Leeds Festival and Aug. 27 at Reading Festival. The winter romp will follow the ex-Beady Eye star's first-ever solo tour of North America, which launches on Nov. 13 in San Francisco at The Warfield and wraps up Nov. 30 in Philadelphia at Union Transfer.
The winter romp kicks off Dec. 3 in Leeds, United Kingdom, at First Direct Arena. The multi-platinum seller will make big city stops in London and Glasgow before wrapping up in his hometown on Dec. 16 in Manchester, United Kingdom, at Manchester Arena.
Gallagher also announced an added new show on Oct. 30 in Belfast, Ireland, at Ulster Hall. The date will be the final stop on his upcoming fall tour of Europe.
Fans who preorder As You Were by Tues., Sept. 5 will get an exclusive presale opportunity beginning Wed., Sept. 6 at 10:00 a.m. local time. Tickets go on sale to the general public starting Fri., Sept. 8 at 10:00 a.m. local time. For more information, click here.
As You Were is available here in standard and deluxe editions in a variety of bundles in CD, vinyl, as well as digital formats. Fans can check out newly released official live video of Gallagher's latest single “For What It's Worth” above.
Gallagher will hit the road once again beginning Sept. 1 in Treviso, Italy, at Home Festival. His fall schedule includes a one-off stop on Oct. 7 in San Bernardino, California, as part of Cal Jam. Tickets for a variety of Liam Gallagher dates are available at AXS.
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Oct. 30 – Belfast, Ireland - Ulster Hall
Dec. 3 – Leeds, United Kingdom - First Direct Arena
Dec. 4 – Glasgow, United Kingdom - The SSE Hydro
Dec. 6 – Plymouth, United Kingdom – Plymouth Pavilions
Dec. 7 – London, United Kingdom - Alexandra Palace
Dec. 10 – Nottingham, United Kingdom - Motorpoint Arena
Dec. 12 – Birmingham,United Kingdom - Birmingham Arena
Dec. 13 – Cardiff, United Kingdom - Motorpoint Arena
Dec. 15 – Brighton, United Kingdom – Brighton Centre
Dec. 16 – Manchester, United Kingdom – Manchester Arena