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Absolute legend Liam Gallagher is bringing his mixed bag of belters to New Zealand this December and honestly, there are many things that we would like to say to you about it.
It’s hard not to think of Liam Gallagher without connecting him with his past. As one half of the Oasis frontman pairing, Liam is responsible for some of the most classic and defining Brit-rock anthems of the ’90s. Now he might be better known as one half of the greatest family feud to ever exist in the music industry.
But one thing’s for certain, almost exactly ten years to the day since his brother Noel famously quit Oasis, and Liam Gallagher’s solo career is flying.
His visit this December will be a special one, as he prepares to celebrate the release of his second solo album Why Me, Why Not?
This record comes two years after he made his solo debut with As You Were, becoming a critical and commercial success and proving that Liam Gallagher can still, well and truly, create music that sounds as timeless and anthemic as the music he was making two decades before.
As well as your first chance to hear his new tunes live, Liam is well known for stacking his setlists with Oasis classics – so prepare to sing your heart out to ‘Morning Glory’, ‘Champagne Supernova’, and every buskers #1 fave ‘Wonderwall’.
Liam Gallagher will take over Spark Arena, Auckland on Friday 20 December. Tickets on sale via Ticketmaster.co.nz.