Liam Gallagher has announced details of a major UK tour. The 11-date schedule includes a show in Sheffield at the FlyDSA Arena on the 18th November 2019. Huge demand for tickets has been a hallmark of Liam’s solo career. His debut UK arena tour saw all 100,000 tickets sell out within a morning, while all 40,000 tickets for his Finsbury Park show were snapped up within minutes.
Liam Gallagher’s eagerly anticipated second album Why Me? Why Not. is shaping up to be one of the album events of the year when it’s released in September.
The reaction to the lead single Shockwave was biblical. It shot straight to the top of the Official Vinyl and Trending Charts, in the process underlining Liam’s status as a rock star who speaks to new and established fans alike. And his current momentum is only going to continue to explode over the weekend when he hits Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage on Saturday evening.
Now Liam previews the Glastonbury set by sharing his brand new track ‘The River’. Powered by a visceral, driving riff – think Led Zeppelin powered by Madchester energy for 2019 – ‘The River’ finds Liam’s distinctive sneering vocal delivering a rallying call for the current generation to fight for change. Its anarchic attitude targets the figureheads of the establishment – from money-sucking MPs to vacant celebrities.
The River lives up to Liam’s ambition for Why Me? Why Not. As he stated, “I want the second album to be a step-up because the hardest thing to do is to make something the same, only better. So that’s what we’ve done. It’s a better record than ‘As You Were’. Which is saying something, as that was epic, wasn’t it?”
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By Road: The Arena is just 2 miles from the M1 Junction 34.
By Public Transport: Sheffield Arena has it's own Supertram stop and is on the main Sheffield to Rotherham bus route
Accessible by Public Transport: Meadowhall station is 1 mile away.
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