British rock star Liam Gallagher has announced that he will tour Oasis’s 1994 debut album, “Definitely Maybe”, in full in celebration of the album’s 30th anniversary. The trek begins in Sheffield on June 2, 2024, and concludes on June 27 – the day before Glastonbury kicks off.
“I’m bouncing around the house to announce the Definitely Maybe Tour,” Liam states. “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”.
Tickets for the Definitely Maybe anniversary tour go on sale at 9 AM BST on 20 October 20 here. Gallagher will also play shows in Cardiff, London, Glasgow, Dublin, and his hometown of Manchester.
Liam is likely to be joined onstage by co-founding Oasis member Paul Arthurs (AKA Bonehead), who resumed touring with him earlier this year after a bout with tonsil cancer. In September 2022, he said that he had received the all-clear from doctors and was in recovery.
Oasis have not performed together since 2009, with the Gallagher brothers taking on solo careers. Last year, Liam sold out the iconic Knebworth House.
“Definitely Maybe” put the band on the map when it was released in 1994 and contains hits such as “Rock ‘n’ Roll Star”, “Live Forever” and “Cigarettes and Alcohol”.
Liam Gallagher– Definitely Maybe 30 Years Tour
June 2024 – UK & Ireland
2nd – Sheffield, Utilita Arena
3rd – Cardiff, Utilita Arena
6th – London, The O2
7th – London, The O2
10th – London, The O2
15th – Manchester, Co-op Live
16th – Manchester, Co-op Live
19th – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
20th – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
23rd – Dublin, 3Arena
24th – Dublin, 3Arena
27th – Manchester, Co-op Live