Liam Gallagher Reacts To Noel Gallagher’s Refusal To Join Him On Tour

Liam Gallagher responded to the refusal of his brother to join him in the ‘Definitely Maybe’ tour.

Earlier, Liam claimed that he asked his brother whether or not he would join the 30th-anniversary tour, but he refused. More recently, the rocker replied to a fan about the upcoming tour and whether or not it would end the speculations about the future Oasis reunions. He revealed:

“I’m not sure how his rite said works these days all I know is I’m here I’m gonna be there and if all goes well I’ll be f*cking everywhere.”

What Songs He Will Be Playing On Tour

In addition to the speculations, Gallagher also revealed whether or not he would be playing solo stuff. Responding to a fan’s question about the solos, he wrote:

“No solo stuffs, [only] ‘Definitely Maybe’ album, b sides. I am the walrus that’s well worth 8 grand a ticket.”

Even though there will not be any solos, the rocker will be playing the full album from the start until the last song and B-sides will be included in the setlist as well. In addition to the B-sides, it was revealed that the rocker is planning to play ‘Half The World Away,’ originally sung by Noel.

When Does The Tour Start?

The ‘Definitely Maybe’ tour will kick off on June 2 next year in Sheffield and will take place in London, Glasgow, and Manchester. The rocker said of the tour that without the album, neither he nor the fans would be there, thus celebrating the album by going on a tour.

The full dates for the tour are as follows:

June 02 – Sheffield, Utilita Arena
June 03 – Cardiff, Utilita Arena
June 06 – London, The O2
June 07 – London, The O2
June 10 – London, The O2
June 15 – Manchester, Co-op Live
June 16 – Manchester, Co-op Live
June 19 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
June 20 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
June 23 – Dublin, 3Arena
June 24 – Dublin, 3Arena
June 27 – Manchester, Co-op Live

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