Liam Gallagher announces Definitely Maybe tour dates 

Liam Gallagher announces Definitely Maybe tour dates 

by Ollie Cox
3 min

Blokes and Blokettes, hold on to your pints because Liam Gallagher has announced the dates for his Definitely Maybe tour celebrating the release of Oasis’ seminal album of the same name. The album, which contains hits such as “Rock ‘n’ Roll Star,” “Supersonic,” and “Live Forever”, was released in 1994 and served as a manifesto for the bad boys of Brit Pop, selling over 8.5 million copies worldwide. 

Earlier this year, Liam announced he would love to play the album from start to finish, leaving fans on tenterhooks ever since. Now, to celebrate 30 years since the legendary album’s release, the Rock ‘n’ Roll star will take to arenas around the country, kicking off in Sheffield on June 1 2024, and ending in Manchester on 27 June 2024. 

Liam shared the news on Instagram in typical LG fashion, writing, “I’m bouncing around the house to announce the Definitely Maybe Tour. 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.” 

Oasis’ original line-up comprised Liam Gallagher, his brother Noel Gallagher, Paul Arthurs, Paul McGuigan and Tony McCarrol. The band was formed in 1991 and very quickly shot to fame with their unorthodox approach that defined the Britpop era in the UK. Liam Gallagher is likely to be joined by Arthurs (commonly known as Bonehead) for the tour, who was Oasis’ rhythm guitarist and is widely considered the most famous non-gallagher member of the group. The legendary musician and founding member is behind many of Oasis’ catchy guitar riffs and still tours with Liam to this day. 


While not the dreamy Oasis reunion many have been hoping for (following the band’s split in 2009), it’s as close as we’ll get for now. So, grab your parka and your Liam Gallagher x adidas Spezials – this will be a good one. 

See the official 2024 tour dates below:

Saturday June 1 – Sheffield, Utilita Arena 

Monday June 3 – Cardiff Utilita Arena 

Thursday June 6 – London The O2

Friday June 7-  London The O2

Monday June 10 – London The O2

Saturday June 15 – Manchester Co-op Live 

Sunday June 16 – Manchester Co-op Live 

Wednesday June 19 – Glasgow OVO Hydro 

Thursday June 20 – Glasgow OVO Hyrdo 

Sunday June 23 – Dublin 3Arena 

Monday June 24 – Dublin 3Arena 

Thursday, June 27 –  Manchester Co-op Live 

Cover image credit: @liamgallagher

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