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Liam: press people have posters of us on their walls

BRUSSELS - The stupidity of websites and tabloids has no limits. Liam was wondering, if he didn't create Beady Eye, what he was going to do... "work in McDonald's?" to mean that he would have NEVER done that, of course. Even an idiot could understand it. But "journalists" around, of course on purpose also to mock him, wrote: Liam Gallagher could work at McDonald's. Liam Gallagher was about to work at McDonald's. Etc. They don't even deserve a comment under their pathetic websites. 
Don't get me wrong, nothing against McDonald's, I mean that of course Liam Gallagher would have never worked in a fast food.
And here's the full article from Red Bull, some things were already said in these months, but Beady Eye are now at this point where they're becoming bigger and it's good to tell the story.
The photo was taken some days ago.

The side door of the monolithic ebony tour bus hisses open like a space age air lock and Liam Gallagher steps out into the light but constant Brussels rain. He throws a heavy hold-all over one shoulder, lowers his sunglasses from his mop of Brian Jones hair, fixes them in the default position over his eyes and swaggers his way past gawping shoppers in the direction of the hotel lobby. It’s the exit of a seasoned pro; a man who has spent much of the last two decades alighting from heavily tinted vehicles in cities all over the world. As the singer of Oasis, Gallagher has stayed in some of the finest hotels on the planet. But he’s not in Oasis any more and while this particular Sofitel has a certain amount of glitter, it is still a gold star or two below the norm. You see, things have changed for Liam over the past two years but as he explains later over espresso and cigarettes, in his opinion they’ve changed for the better.

After eighteen years of ecstatic highs and violent lows, combustible and controversial British rock band Oasis – perhaps the last to truly deserve the battered crown of king anarchists handed down by the hell-raising likes of Led Zeppelin, The Who and the Sex Pistols – finally imploded. Only those who were there really know what went on backstage at the Rock en Seine festival near Paris on August 28, 2009 and despite vague allusions to the reasons behind the split and the conflicting accounts of the two main protagonists, the true nature of events remains a mystery. What is known beyond a shadow of a doubt is that the fight between Liam and older brother Noel, just minutes before the band were about to go on stage, was serious enough to finally rip the band apart for good. 

Oasis had been close to ending on numerous occasions in the past as the Gallaghers’ often abrasive relationship – one which not only constantly threatened its existence but also powered it – regularly stretched the band to breaking point. On every occasion before Paris, the warring siblings had somehow managed to see beyond the black eyes and foul abuse to reach a rapprochement. However, this time would be different. A statement from Noel, just two hours after at least one guitar was turned into kindling, confirmed that he had quit the band as he “could not go on working with Liam a day longer”. It didn’t take much reading between the lines to see that there would be no reconciliation this time. The fears of those Oasis fans who continued to hope for a reunion were finally realised when Liam announced on November 19 of that year that the remaining members of Oasis – guitarists Gem Archer and Andy Bell, drummer Chris Sharrock and himself – would continue to record without Gallagher Senior, saying: “Oasis are done, this is something new.” Six months later, on May 25, 2010, the final nail in the Oasis coffin was hammered home when Liam and Co. announced that this something new would be called Beady Eye.

Resplendent in a camouflage wind-breaker from his own Pretty Green clothing range and with his piercing blue eyes now unshaded, Liam Gallagher sits back and wearily blows a plume of smoke into the darkening sky above the hotel’s roof garden as he once again contemplates that fateful day in Paris. “I think I wasn’t in the band for about one beer,” he says. “That’s how long it took for us to think about what we wanted to do. After that it was like, let’s keep going. What else am I going to do? Work in McDonald’s?” Liam maintains that his brother “had had enough of Oasis” and just wanted an excuse to leave. At a press conference to launch his solo project The High Flying Birds and his two forthcoming albums, Noel Gallagher rejects that idea, saying simply that he’d “just had enough of Liam.”

After the tabloid-christened Wonderbrawl in Paris, Chris Sharrock returned to his home in Liverpool while Liam, Gem and Andy headed back to London to begin work on the songs which would ultimately come together to form Beady Eye’s debut album Different Gear, Still Speeding with producer Steve Lillywhite. The atmosphere, by all accounts, bordered on euphoric. “There was something in the air,” Beady Eye’s somewhat cosmic guitarist Gem Archer says, his eyes lighting up at the memory. “I don’t know if it was the universe just doing it’s thing but there was something magical going on when we got down to working.”

“We always felt like we wanted to do something fantastic and new whether it was with or without Oasis,” Liam adds, brightening up as talk now moves away from the past and turns to the new musical love of his life. “We were always gearing up to do something great. That’s what you live for. There was never a doubt in any of our minds that we weren’t going to knock it on the head. We’ve got to be in there. People need us. We need it.”

With the four ex-Oasis men forming the core of Beady Eye – on tour the band is augmented by ex-Gorillaz bassist Jeff Wooton and keyboardist Matt Jones, formerly of Britpop band Ultrasound – the writing duties are shared between Gallagher, Archer and Bell. The credits also extend to include drummer Sharrock in a show of unity. Both Liam and Gem are quick to point out that Beady Eye is a collective, with everyone sharing responsibility for the direction and every aspect of the band.

“We all do our thing to make Beady Eye happen,” Liam says. “There are no chiefs here. It’s not like as soon as someone has a top idea and thinks we should do it it’s suddenly like ‘oh here we go, he’s getting too big for his boots’. We’ve been there before with someone taking responsibility for everything. It’s a bit late in the game to be fucking around with power struggles and insecurities with your mates. That’s just rubbish. Whoever’s closest to the kettle puts the fucking kettle on.”

“We’re into it to the level of thinking about what lights to take with us on tour, what to have on stage with us other than the amps,” adds Gem. “We’re deep into it all. The photos, the clothes, the artwork – we’re doing it all.”

“With the new song, Andy took the photo for the cover,” adds Liam. “We took one look at it, said it looked the bollocks, so we slapped our name on it, stuck the banging tune inside it and away you go.” Suddenly he’s out of his seat, comically mincing around the table. “There’s no need to ponce about with design teams full of geezers called Quentin when we know what we want and can do it ourselves.”

“It’s a top vibe, man,” he continues, sitting down and switching his face back to stony conviction. “Everyone is loving being involved in the creative side of it. It’s not like when Noel would do the lot and we’d be sitting about, twiddling our thumbs. People think I was a lazy bastard and always in the pub. I just never got the call, man. But now everyone’s getting a share of the drug. We’re all getting high from being a band and what makes being in a band great.”

To emphasise their break from the past, Beady Eye took the very un-Oasis-like step of releasing a couple of songs as digital teasers before debut single The Roller was unveiled in January [it wasn't really a single but vinyl]. Rather than it being a clever marketing ploy, the band floated Bring the Light and Four Letter Word on the Internet in a surprisingly humble attempt to gauge where they may possibly stand in the post-Oasis musical landscape. “We released the digital tracks and posted videos ahead of the first release because we didn’t even take it for granted that people would know who we were,” admits Gem. “We needed to let them know what was coming.”

“The average Joe didn’t know what was going on,” adds Liam. “People were coming up to me in the shop asking when the next Oasis record was coming out and I was all like, ‘you fucking what?’ I wasn’t getting into it because they were obviously on drugs or living in a can of beans or something. A lot of people thought Oasis was still going so we had to get the new stuff out to them.”

The reaction to the Internet teasers was underwhelming as were those accompanying the release of first single proper The Roller. Beady Eye’s debut peaked at number 31 in the UK charts [AGAIN, they weren't really singles, Beady Eye didn't release, but vinyls, and of course not many people buy vinyls, as they don't have the right player and they aren't collectors] – 31 the exact same position as Oasis’ debut Supersonic reached back in April 1994. When the next single, Millionaire, floundered at number 71 it was open season in the British press. For Liam’s adversaries in the media, it was like shooting fish in a barrel. Well-worn comparisons of the Gallaghers were once more dragged across the pages of the tabloids, with Beady Eye already condemned to failure for having what many people considered to be the less talented brother in its line-up. Liam admits the poor performances of the singles was a reality check but the media reaction was less of a surprise.

“I expected to get shit from the press before we started out because I dish it out and I thrive on that so I expect it back,” he says. “They’re always going to be gunning for me but I’m always like, ‘bring it on’ because I’ll always be gunning for them. That will always be there because we need the love-hate thing but deep down they’ve probably all got posters of us on their walls. We’ve got to be on top of our game because we’re there to be criticised. But we’re ready for it. We’re big boys.”

While certain critics ratcheted up their dismissals of Beady Eye once Different Gear, Still Speeding was released in February, the majority of the world’s music press was much more generous. The album, which debuted at number 3 in the UK album charts, was widely praised with many commentators welcoming the band’s efforts to move away from the Oasis legacy. The public’s response was equally positive with the album going gold in the UK within a month of its release.

“Of course, it was nice to get good reviews for the album but it wasn’t like we were then saying ‘we showed you’ to those who’d slagged us off without even hearing it,” Liam says. “It’s nice but we don’t care really. When the reviews are good, you know the writer got it and understood it. They say what we already know and they think exactly what we think about it. We wouldn’t have released the record if we didn’t think it was having it. Bad reviews which say ‘well, he’s no Noel Gallagher’ – I’ve got no time for them. Go back to journalism school. They’re just idiots who just want to take a pop at me because I slagged off Blur in 1992 or whatever. There’s a lot of that what goes on and always will.”

After all this time, Liam Gallagher remains a divisive figure – a situation he admits to contributing to but one he feels is rooted in the behaviour of his younger self: the Liam of smashed hotel rooms, cocaine busts and numerous punch-ups with the public and family alike. He appears to accept that whatever level of success he may reach now or in the future is unlikely to make a lot of difference to how people perceive him.

“Beady Eye’s probably not gonna change the way people see me,” he says. “Nothing I do probably will. They’ll still see me as that 20-year old who made the most of life by going a bit fucking mental. But answer me this: who wouldn’t have done the same in the circumstances? I don’t give a fuck what they think of me to be honest. I am who I am. I was Liam in Oasis and I’m Liam in Beady Eye. If I’m Liam in another band, it’ll still be me and they’ll still have to deal with it.”

“People have the wrong idea about Liam,” Gem responds. “It’s just laziness to keep up this perception of him. He’s full on in this band; from production to mixing to arranging. In addition to Beady Eye, he’s running a clothing line and making films [with production company In 1 Productions] at the same time. He’s not sat on his arse waiting to sing his bits just so he can get off again and go on the piss. He’s as fully committed and invested in this collective as the rest of us.”

Few would have expected Liam Gallagher to have the initiative to diversify but the singer has shown an entrepreneurial bent in his latter years. His Pretty Green clothing label is now in its second, award-laden year and work is continuing on his first film, an adaptation of Richard DiLello’s The Last Cocktail Party which details the rise and fall of the Beatles’ Apple Records empire. “Pretty Green and the film production thing was always probably going to happen, it was always in me I reckon,” he says. “Maybe there were fewer opportunities to explore that side of me when I was younger or maybe I just couldn’t be arsed back then. But I’m nearing 40, man. Things change. Priorities change. You’ve got to keep the brain ticking over, man, or you’ll end up a cabbage.”

As the sky above again opens with yet another deluge, sending everyone ducking for cover, talk turns to the evening’s coming show; a late – but not headlining – slot in the Pyramid Marquee at the Rock Werchter festival. This is the latest open air show of Beady Eye’s debut festival season. For any new band, an evening show at any festival would be considered a mighty step up given that debutants are usually awarded the early afternoon slots. But Beady Eye are no ordinary ‘new’ band. Surely the fact that they are four-fifths of Oasis, a band used to playing to tens if not hundreds of thousands of their own fans, would be enough to secure top billing.

“We are where we are, you know what I mean? We’re getting what we deserve right now,” says Liam. “It’s like paying your dues, man. We’re a new band. It doesn’t matter what went before. Half the people at the festival shows probably haven’t heard the record and you have to keep reminding yourself that. This isn’t Oasis, so we haven’t got a big back catalogue of songs which people have already heard over the past 18 years.”

“That’s the good thing though at festivals,” adds Gem. “You’re playing to people who may not normally come to see you. We just go out there and just try and play the best gig we’ve ever done to date and if they like it, all well and good but if not then we’re probably just not the right band for them.”

“It’s all new with Beady Eye, man,” Liam chips in. “It’s all fresh. We’re getting off on it. And we can see that the crowds are getting off on it too. They’re getting it and they’re coming out to see you which is great. We were never so far up our own arses to think that we could guarantee that either. Nothing was taken for granted.”

The festival season comes in the middle of Beady Eye’s first tour, one on which the band have returned to their roots by playing smaller venues that would never have been able to cope with the demands of housing an Oasis gig. Liam explains that this was a band decision based on the current reality and that at no time did they think that Beady Eye possessed the pulling power to continue where Oasis left off by playing colossal concerts.

“We never had this idea that just because we were Oasis we could go out there and start off in arenas,” he admits. “We always had the idea to start again, to start small. We don’t have the songs right now either. When you’re playing arenas and stadiums you’re on for an hour and a half. What we basically have is the album and that’s an hour so we’re happy with that. It’s not like we’re sitting there going ‘I can’t wait to start playing stadiums again’ and moaning about where we are. Someone was looking at us playing a venue of 8000 when we were planning the first gigs and we said no, it’s too early for that. You’ve got to have something to aim for and build up to.”

Despite fronting numerous concerts including the mighty Knebworth shows of 1996 where Oasis played to over a quarter of a million people over two days, Liam admits to a bout of nerves before taking Beady Eye out onto the road for the first time on March 4 this year. “There were a few nerves but we just wanted to get out of the rehearsal rooms and get playing in the end,” he says. “We had these tunes we believed in and wanted to get them out there but because it’s new, you never really know what’s going to happen. We didn’t know if everyone was going to start shouting for Oasis songs. We could have played it safe and took off to some tiny little foreign hole to debut but we chose Glasgow Barrowlands and they were fucking immense. The jocks will call you on it if you’re shit – Glasgow’s a hard school – but they were top notch. The nerves soon went after that.”

“Big gigs are a piece of piss, you know what I mean? The crowd are miles away. With these shows we’re doing they’re right on you and you’ve got to be on it. You’re all in it together in these smaller venues, in the trenches, and it’s instant. You kick off and suddenly the whole place is rocking and you’ve got to keep that going.”

Later that evening, under the cover of canvas, Beady Eye certainly gets Werchter’s Pyramid Marquee rocking…and rolling, swaying, seething, ebbing and flowing with their Different Gear set-list. Welcoming the crowd with a chipper “Good evening brothers and sisters” it’s clear the surly, bating Gallagher of old is tucked away for the night. Throughout the evening, Liam’s banter with the audience is jovial and there are even smiles from the stage to match those beaming back from the steaming mass. Reconnecting with the fans has been key to the response the band have been getting on tour and from the opening fusillade of Four Letter Word, Millionaire and Beatles and Stones to the crescendo finale of World of Twist’s Sons of the Stage, both band and audience seem to feed off the energy generated under the sweaty canopy. The performance is as tight as you would expect from a group of seasoned campaigners the majority of whom have been playing together for the best part of a decade but there is a new lightness of spirit and atmosphere which helps these songs of hope and belief soar. It’s clear throughout the show that the shackles of the past have been cast aside.

“I don’t feel any pressure,” says Liam. “If being in a band is pressure then you’re in the wrong game, mate. We’ve been at the top and we want to be at the top again but we’re not young lads chasing the dream. We’ve all been round the block in this industry a lot of times and we know it’s hard but we’re dead relaxed, man. We’re doing our thing. We’ve got nothing to prove.”

With new material already written, Beady Eye are eager to keep the juggernaut rolling with another album pencilled in for 2012. “The thing with Oasis was that we could have made more records and it’s a shame we didn’t but with this we’re not going to sit around for five years before putting new stuff out,” the front man says. “Hopefully by the time we get the next record out, there’ll be more people digging us and knowing what we’re about.”

And what will the future hold for Beady Eye? Can it get as big as Oasis?

“We don’t go about saying we’re going to be as big as Oasis, despite some of the quotes people have me saying. I’m talking about the music. I believe in the music and the quality of it and I’m talking about that not that we’re bigger or better than Oasis. People on the whole get that. They see where we’re coming from and give us respect for that.”

“Beady Eye will evolve. It already is. We’re listening to stuff we’re putting together for the next record and it’s already changing. It’s Beady Eye and it’s our sound because that’s what we do but these tunes are blowing our minds and we just hope they’ll do the same for other people. We’ll do what needs to be done, man. If it needs to rock, it’ll rock. If it needs to swagger, it’ll swagger.” A wicked glint flashes across those heavy-lidded blue eyes again. “And it’ll be the bollocks.”

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Kenwood House, London
Eden Project, St. Austell
Canons Marsh Amphitheatre, Bristol
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Show DC Arena, Bangkok, ประเทศไทย, Prathet Thai, Thailand
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Optus Stadium, Perth, Australia
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Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, AU
22 Nov 2019
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, AU
19 Nov 2019
The Oval, Adelaide, AU
15 Nov 2019
Marvel Stadium, Melbourne, AU
12 Nov 2019
SunCorp Stadium, Brisbane, AU
09 Nov 2019
Mt. Smart, Auckland
08 Nov 2019
Mt. Smart, Auckland, New Zealand
31 Aug 2019
Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, CA
29 Aug 2019
Five Points Amphitheatre, Irvine, CA
28 Aug 2019
North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre, San Diego, CA
25 Aug 2019
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, Houston, TX
24 Aug 2019
Dos Equis Pavilion, Dallas, TX
23 Aug 2019
Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion, Rogers, AR
21 Aug 2019
Ameris Bank Amphitheatre, Atlanta, GA
20 Aug 2019
PNC Music Pavilion, Charlotte, NC
19 Aug 2019
Blossom Music Center, Cleveland, OH
17 Aug 2019
Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD
15 Aug 2019
Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, Chicago, IL
14 Aug 2019
DTE Energy Music Theater, Detroit MI
13 Aug 2019
Budweiser Stage, Toronto
10 Aug 2019
Darien Lake Performing Arts Center, Darien Center, NY
09 Aug 2019
Northwell Health Jones Beach Theatre, Wantagh, NY
08 Aug 2019
BB&T Pavilion, Camden, NJ
11 Jul 2019
Mad Cool Festival Madrid, Spain
09 Jul 2019
Mantova Arte E Musica, Mantova, Italy
08 Jul 2019
Pistoia Blues Festival, Pistoia, Italy
06 Jul 2019
Roskilde Festival, Denmark Roskilde, Denmark
30 Jun 2019
Sunday Sessions, Powderham Castle, Exeter
29 Jun 2019
Concert At Sea (Festival) Netherlands
16 Jun 2019
Malahide Castle, Dublin
14 Jun 2019
Isle Of Wight Festival
08 Jun 2019
Bught Park, Inverness
07 Jun 2019
Heaton Park, Manchester
26 May 2019
Sunday Sessions, Earlham Park, Norwich
25 May 2019
This Is Tomorrow Festival, Exhibition Park, Newcastle
24 May 2019
Cardiff Castle Cardiff Castle, Wales
20 May 2019
Olympic Hall, Olympic Park Seoul
19 May 2019
Olympic Hall, Seoul, South Korea
17 May 2019
Festival Hall, Osaka
16 May 2019
Aichi Arts Centre, Nagoya
15 May 2019
Makuhari Messe, Tokyo
11 May 2019
Bonus Arena Hull
09 May 2019
The London Palladium
08 May 2019
Venue Cymru Llandudno
07 May 2019
Edinburgh Playhouse
04 May 2019
Warm Up Festival Murcia
01 May 2019
Concerto del Primo Maggio, Piazza San Giovanni, Roma
10 Nov 2018
KM de Vantagens Hall, Belo Horizonte, Brasil
08 Nov 2018
Summer Break Festival, Brazil Anembi, Sāo Paulo
07 Nov 2018
Summer Break Festival, Brazil The Pedreira Paulo Leminski, Curitiba
04 Nov 2018
Luna Park , Buenos Aires, Argentina
03 Nov 2018
Metropolitano, Rosario, Argentina
31 Oct 2018
Velódromo, Santiago, Chile
30 Oct 2018
Gimnasio Municipal, Concepción, Chile
02 Sep 2018
Bingley Music Live Bingley, West Yorkshire
01 Sep 2018
The Downs, Bristol
31 Aug 2018
Electric Fields Festival, Dumfries & Galloway
26 Aug 2018
Festival du Roi Arthur, Rennes, France
19 Aug 2018
Summersonic Festival, Osaka
18 Aug 2018
Summersonic Festival, Tokyo, Japan
16 Aug 2018
Olympic Hall, Olympic Park, Seoul
22 Jul 2018
Lollapalooza, Paris
21 Jul 2018
Tramlines Festival, Sheffield
19 Jul 2018
Edinburgh Castle, Scotland
18 Jul 2018
The 02 Ritz, Manchester
14 Jul 2018
Bilbao BBK Live
08 Jul 2018
Rock Werchter festival, Belgium
07 Jul 2018
Greenwich Music Time, Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich, London
06 Jul 2018
Scarborough Open Air Theatre, Scarborough
04 Jul 2018
Open'er Music Festival Gdynia-Kosakowo Airfield, Gdynia
23 Jun 2018
I-Days Festival Milano, Italia
22 Jun 2018
Roma Summer Fest, Auditorium Parco della Musica, Cavea, Rome, Italia
21 Jun 2018
Etes Arena Flegrea, Napoli, Italia
19 Jun 2018
Teatro Antico Taormina, Italy
16 Jun 2018
Pinkpop Festival Landgraaf, Netherlands
15 Jun 2018
Nocturne At Blenheim Palace, Blenheim Palace
02 Jun 2018
Adrenaline Stadium, Москва, Moscow, Росси́я, Russia
01 Jun 2018
A2 Green, Санкт-Петербург Sankt-Peterburg, Saint Petersburg, Russia
27 May 2018
Neighbourhood Weekender Festival, Victoria Park, Warrington, UK
26 May 2018
Scone Palace (Radio 2's Big Weekend) Scone Palace, Perth, UK
14 May 2018
Watford Colosseum Rickmansworth Rd, Watford
10 May 2018
3Arena, Dublin, Ireland
09 May 2018
SSE Arena, Belfast, UK
07 May 2018
First Direct Arena, Leeds, UK
06 May 2018
Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, UK
04 May 2018
Manchester Arena, UK
03 May 2018
Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
01 May 2018
Arena, Birmingham, UK
30 Apr 2018
Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, UK
27 Apr 2018
SSE Arena, Wembley, London, UK
25 Apr 2018
AECC BHGE Arena, Aberdeen, UK
24 Apr 2018
The SSE Hydro, Glasgow, UK
22 Apr 2018
Brighton Centre, Brighton, UK
20 Apr 2018
Rockhal Esch Sur Alzette, Luxembourg
19 Apr 2018
AFAS Live Amsterdam, Netherlands
17 Apr 2018
Schlachthof, Wiesbaden, Germany
16 Apr 2018
Max-Schmeling-Halle, Berlin, Germany
14 Apr 2018
Lucerna Velký sál, Prague, Česká republika, Czech Republic
12 Apr 2018
Zenith, Die Kulturhalle, München, Germany
11 Apr 2018
Fabrique, Milan, Italy
09 Apr 2018
Mitsubishi Electric Halle, Düsseldorf, Germany
08 Apr 2018
Mehr! Theater am Großmarkt, Hamburg, Germany
06 Apr 2018
Forest National / Vorst Nationaal, Brussels, Belgium
04 Apr 2018
L'Olympia, Paris, France
03 Apr 2018
L'Olympia, Paris, France
17 Mar 2018
Vive Latino (Festival) Mexico City
13 Mar 2018
Orpheum Theatre, Los Angeles, US
12 Mar 2018
Orpheum Theatre, Los Angeles, US
10 Mar 2018
Fox Theater, San Francisco Bay Area, US
09 Mar 2018
The Chelsea, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, US
06 Mar 2018
Majestic Theatre Dallas - Fort Worth, US
05 Mar 2018
Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater, Austin, US
03 Mar 2018
House of Blues, Houston, US
02 Mar 2018
Orpheum Theater, New Orleans, US
28 Feb 2018
The Tabernacle, Atlanta, US
27 Feb 2018
Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, US
25 Feb 2018
Murat Theatre, Old National Centre, Indianapolis, US
24 Feb 2018
Chicago Theatre, US
23 Feb 2018
Goodyear Theater, Akron, US
20 Feb 2018
Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, Canada
18 Feb 2018
Place des Arts, Montreal, Canada
17 Feb 2018
Boston Opera House, Boston / Cambridge, US
15 Feb 2018
Radio City Music Hall, New York, US
13 Feb 2018
Merriam Theater, Kimmel Center, Philadelphia, US
12 Feb 2018
The Anthem, Washington, US
10 Feb 2018
Express Live! Columbus, US
09 Feb 2018
Scottish Rite Cathedral Theatre, Masonic Temple Detroit, US
01 Nov 2017
York Hall, London
25 Oct 2017
Estádio Cícero Pompeu de Toledo (Morumbi) São Paulo, Brazil
22 Oct 2017
Estádio Cícero Pompeu de Toledo (Morumbi) São Paulo, Brazil
21 Oct 2017
Estádio Cícero Pompeu de Toledo (Morumbi) São Paulo, Brazil
19 Oct 2017
Estádio Cícero Pompeu de Toledo (Morumbi) São Paulo, Brazil
14 Oct 2017
Estadio Nacional, Santiago, Chile
11 Oct 2017
Estadio Único de la Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina
10 Oct 2017
Estadio Único De La Plata, Buenos Aires
07 Oct 2017
Estadio el Campin, Bogotá, Colombia
04 Oct 2017
Foro Sol, Mexico City
03 Oct 2017
Foro Sol, Mexico City
01 Aug 2017
Stade Roi Baudouin / Koning Boudewijn Stadion, Brussels, Belgium
29 Jul 2017
Amsterdam ArenA, Netherlands
25 Jul 2017
Stade De France, Paris
22 Jul 2017
Croke Park, Dublin, Ireland
18 Jul 2017
Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys, Barcelona, Spain
16 Jul 2017
Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy
15 Jul 2017
Stadio Olimpico, Roma, Italia
12 Jul 2017
Olympic Stadium, Berlin, Germany
09 Jul 2017
Twickenham Stadium, London, UK
08 Jul 2017
Twickenham Stadium, London, UK
06 Sep 2016
O2 Academy Brixton, London, UK
04 Sep 2016
Festival Number 6 2016, Criccieth, UK
03 Sep 2016
Electric Picnic 2016, Galway, Ireland
02 Sep 2016
Singleton Park, Swansea, UK
28 Aug 2016
Victorious Festival 2016, Portsmouth, UK
26 Aug 2016
Bellahouston Park, Glasgow, UK
23 Aug 2016
Titanic Belfast, UK
20 Aug 2016
Lowlands Festival, Holland
19 Aug 2016
Pukkelpop Festival, Belgium
18 Aug 2016
Open Air Gampel 2016, Gampel, Switzerland
17 Aug 2016
Pukkelpop 2016, Hasselt, Belgium
16 Aug 2016
Tvornica kulture, Zagreb, Croatia
15 Aug 2016
Sziget Festival, Budapest, Magyarország, Hungary
13 Aug 2016
Pure & Crafted Festival 2016, Berlin, Deutschland
12 Aug 2016
A Summer's Tale 2016, Hamburg, Germany
11 Aug 2016
Koncerthuset, Koncertsalen, Copenhagen, Denmark
04 Aug 2016
Proms Arena Lytham Green, Lytham St. Annes, UK
04 Aug 2016
Lytham Green, Lytham, UK
03 Aug 2016
Scarborough Open Air Theatre, York, UK
29 Jul 2016
Y Not Festival 2016, Derby, UK
28 Jul 2016
Kendal Calling 2016, Penrith, UK
15 Jul 2016
Arena District, Columbus, US
15 Jul 2016
PromoWest Fest 2016, Columbus, US
14 Jul 2016
Pemberton Music Festival 2016, Vancouver, Canada
13 Jul 2016
Stage AE, Pittsburgh, US
12 Jul 2016
Meadow Brook Amphitheatre, Detroit, US
10 Jul 2016
TD Echo Beach, Toronto, Canada
09 Jul 2016
Place des Arts, Montreal, Canada
06 Jul 2016
Artpark Amphitheater, Buffalo, US
06 Jul 2016
Ottawa Bluesfest 2016, Ottawa, Canada
05 Jul 2016
Beacon Theatre, New York, US
02 Jul 2016
Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, US
01 Jul 2016
The Tabernacle, Atlanta, US
30 Apr 2016
Bournemouth International Centre (BIC) Bournemouth, UK
29 Apr 2016
Genting Arena, Birmingham, UK
27 Apr 2016
First Direct Arena, Leeds, UK
25 Apr 2016
Echo Arena, Liverpool, UK
25 Apr 2016
O2 Academy, Liverpool, UK
24 Apr 2016
Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre (AECC) Aberdeen, UK
21 Apr 2016
The SSE Hydro, Glasgow, UK
18 Apr 2016
AFAS Live, Amsterdam, Nederland
17 Apr 2016
Forest National / Vorst Nationaal, Brussels, Belgium
15 Apr 2016
Palladium, Köln, Germany
12 Apr 2016
Planet.tt Bank Austria Halle Gasometer B, Vienna, Österreich
12 Apr 2016
Zenith, Die Kulturhalle, Munich, Germany
11 Apr 2016
X-TRA, Zürich, Switzerland
09 Apr 2016
Sant Jordi Club, Barcelona, España
08 Apr 2016
La Riviera, Madrid, Spain
01 Apr 2016
Crown Theatre, Perth, Australia
30 Mar 2016
Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide, Australia
29 Mar 2016
Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne, Australia
27 Mar 2016
Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm, Gold Coast, Australia
26 Mar 2016
Hordern Pavilion, Sydney, Australia
26 Mar 2016
Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm Gold Coast, Australia
24 Mar 2016
Byron Bay Bluesfest 2016 Gold Coast, Australia
19 Mar 2016
Lollapalooza 2016, Buenos Aires, Argentina
17 Mar 2016
Lollapalooza 2016, Santiago, Chile
16 Mar 2016
Luna Park, Buenos Aires, Argentina
15 Mar 2016
Teatro De Verano "Ramón Collazo", Montevideo, Uruguay
13 Mar 2016
Lollapalooza 2016, São Paulo, Brazil
09 Mar 2016
Teatro Metropólitan, Mexico City, Méjico
08 Mar 2016
Teatro Diana, Guadalajara, Mexico
10 Dec 2015
Royal Albert Hall, London, UK
08 Dec 2015
The SSE Hydro, Glasgow, UK
02 Dec 2015
O2 Apollo, Manchester, UK
24 Jul 2015
Fuji Rock 2015, Niigata, Japan
24 Jul 2015
Ansan Valley Rock Festival 2015, Ansan, Republic of Korea
16 Jul 2015
Latitude Festival 2015, Southwold, UK
16 Jul 2015
Festival Internacional de Benicàssim - FIB 2015, Valencia, Spain
16 Jul 2015
Super Bock Super Rock 2015, Lisbon, Portugal
14 Jul 2015
Live at the Marquee, Cork, Ireland
11 Jul 2015
Summer in the City 2015, Manchester, UK
11 Jul 2015
Castlefield Bowl, Manchester, UK
10 Jul 2015
T In The Park 2015, Auchterarder, UK
09 Jul 2015
Rock in Roma - Ippodromo delle Capannelle, Rome, Italy
08 Jul 2015
Anfiteatro Camerini, Vicenza, Italy
06 Jul 2015
Summer Arena Assago - Area Esterna Mediolanum Forum, Milan, Italy
04 Jul 2015
Calling Festival 2015, London, UK
02 Jul 2015
Gröna Lund, Stockholm, Sverige
27 Jun 2015
Roskilde Festival 2015, Roskilde, Danmark
25 Jun 2015
Rock Werchter 2015, Werchter, België
23 Jun 2015
OUÏ FM Festival 2015, Paris, France
19 Jun 2015
Best Kept Secret Festival 2015, Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands
06 Jun 2015
Boston Opera House, Boston / Cambridge, US
06 Jun 2015
The Governors Ball Music Festival 2015, New York, US
04 Jun 2015
Lincoln Theatre, Washington, US
03 Jun 2015
Merriam Theater, Kimmel Center, Philadelphia, US
02 Jun 2015
House of Blues, Cleveland, US
31 May 2015
Royal Oak Music Theatre, Detroit, US
30 May 2015
Pabst Theatre, Milwaukee, US
29 May 2015
Riviera Theatre, Chicago, US
26 May 2015
Teatro Metropólitan Mexico City
23 May 2015
The Joint, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, US
22 May 2015
The Joint, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, US
20 May 2015
Orpheum Theatre, Los Angeles, US
18 May 2015
The Warfield, SF Bay Area, US
16 May 2015
Humphrey's Concerts by the Bay, San Diego, US
14 May 2015
Majestic Theatre Dallas - Fort Worth, US
13 May 2015
House of Blues, Houston, US
10 May 2015
Civic Theatre, New Orleans, US
08 May 2015
Shaky Knees Festival 2015, Atlanta, US
07 May 2015
Webster Hall, New York, US
04 May 2015
Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, Canada
03 May 2015
Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, Canada
16 Apr 2015
Nippon Budokan|日本武道館 Tokyo, Japan
15 Apr 2015
Nippon Budokan|日本武道館 Tokyo, Japan
13 Apr 2015
Zepp Nagoya Nagoya, Japan
11 Apr 2015
Zepp Fukuoka Fukuoka, Japan
09 Apr 2015
Hiroshima Bunka Gakuen (HBG) Hall - 広島文化学園HBGホール Hiroshima, Japan
07 Apr 2015
Osaka Festival Hall (フェスティバルホール) Osaka, Japan
06 Apr 2015
Osaka Festival Hall (フェスティバルホール) Osaka, Japan
04 Apr 2015
Walker Hill Theater, Seoul, Republic of Korea
03 Apr 2015
Walker Hill Theater, Seoul, Republic of Korea
28 Mar 2015
Royal Albert Hall, London, UK
22 Mar 2015
Ancienne Belgique (AB) Brussels, Belgium
20 Mar 2015
TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht, Netherlands
19 Mar 2015
Mitsubishi Electric Halle, Düsseldorf, Germany
17 Mar 2015
VEGA Musikkens Hus - Store Vega (Main Hall) Copenhagen, Denmark
16 Mar 2015
Max-Schmeling-Halle, Berlin, Germany
14 March 2015
Fabrique, Milano, Italia
12 Mar 2015
Zénith de Paris, France
10 Mar 2015
The O2 Arena, London, UK
09 Mar 2015
Manchester Arena, UK
07 Mar 2015
The SSE Hydro, Glasgow, UK
06 Mar 2015
Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, UK
04 Mar 2015
3Arena, Dublin, Ireland
03 Mar 2015
SSE Arena, Belfast, UK
09 Nov 2012
Revention Music Center, Houston, US
08 Nov 2012
Austin Music Hall, Austin, US
07 Nov 2012
Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie Dallas - Fort Worth, US
05 Nov 2012
Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, US
04 Nov 2012
Louisville Palace, Louisville, US
03 Nov 2012
The Venue, Horseshoe Casino, Chicago, US
01 Nov 2012
Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland, Kansas City, US
31 Oct 2012
Roy Wilkins Auditorium, St. Paul Rivercentre Twin Cities, US
30 Oct 2012
Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg, Canada
28 Oct 2012
Stampede Corral, Calgary, Canada
27 Oct 2012
Edmonton Expo Centre At Northlands, Edmonton, Canada
25 Oct 2012
Rogers Arena, Vancouver, Canada
24 Oct 2012
WaMu Theater, Seattle, US
23 Oct 2012
Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Portland, US
12 Oct 2012
Le Bikini, Toulouse, France
11 Oct 2012
Transbordeur, Lyon, France
08 Oct 2012
Capitol, Offenbach, Germany
06 Oct 2012
Paladozza, Bologna, Italy
05 Oct 2012
Teatro Obihall, Firenze, Italy
03 Oct 2012
Mitsubishi Electric Halle, Düsseldorf, Germany
27 Sep 2012
Twinkle Rock Festival 2012, Taipei, Taiwan
25 Sep 2012
Jiulongwan Zhanlan Zhongxin, Hong Kong, China
21 Sep 2012
Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix 2012
20 Sep 2012
Bitec Bangna, Bangkok, Thailand
12 Sep 2012
iTunes Festival 2012, London, UK
10 Sep 2012
Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, UK
09 Sep 2012
Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, UK
07 Sep 2012
SSE Arena, Wembley, London, UK
06 Sep 2012
O2 Academy, Liverpool, UK
06 Sep 2012
Echo Arena, Liverpool, UK
04 Sep 2012
Bournemouth International Centre (BIC) Bournemouth, UK
25 Aug 2012
Rock en Seine 2012, Paris, France
23 Aug 2012
Belsonic festival, Custom House Square, Belfast, Northern Ireland
19 Aug 2012
V Festival, Stafford, UK
18 Aug 2012
V Festival 2012, Chelmsford, UK
17 Aug 2012
V Festival 2012, Wolverhampton, UK
16 Aug 2012
Austria Green Park, St Polten
27 Jul 2012
Fuji Rock 2012, Niigata, Japan
17 Jul 2012
Edinburgh Castle, Scotland, UK
15 Jul 2012
Festival Internacional de Benicàssim - FIB 2012 Valencia, Spain
13 Jul 2012
Musilac 2012, Chambéry, France
07 Jul 2012
Les Déferlantes d'Argeles 2012, Perpignan, France
06 Jul 2012
T In The Park 2012, Kinross, UK
05 Jul 2012
Heineken Jammin Festival 2012, Milano, Italia
04 Jul 2012
Auditorium Stravinski, Montreux, Switzerland
29 Jun 2012
Montreux Jazz Festival 2012, Switzerland
29 Jun 2012
Kollen 2012, Oslo, Norge, Norway
28 Jun 2012
Rock Werchter 2012, Belgium
23 Jun 2012
Isle of Wight Festival 2012, UK
21 Jun 2012
Isle of Wight Festival 2012, UK
20 Jun 2012
Plac Zebrań Ludowych, Gdańsk, Polska, Poland
14 Jun 2012
Hultsfredsfestivalen 2012, Hultsfred, Sweden
10 Jun 2012
Maxidrom Festival 2012, Moscow, Russian Federation
29 May 2012
Yes24 Live Hall, Seoul, Republic of Korea
28 May 2012
Yes24 Live Hall, Seoul, Republic of Korea
26 May 2012
Municipal Central Gymnasium (大阪市立中央体育館) Osaka, Japan
24 May 2012
Great Hall, Aichi Prefectural Arts Theater - 愛知県芸術劇場 大ホール 愛知 Nagoya, Japan
23 May 2012
Nippon Budokan|日本武道館 Tokyo, Nippon
08 May 2012
Jockey Club del Paraguay, Asunción, Paraguay
06 May 2012
Club Gimnasia y Esgrima (GEBA) Buenos Aires, Argentina
03 May 2012
Vivo Rio, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
02 May 2012
Espaço das Américas, São Paulo, Brazil
26 Apr 2012
Municipal Central Gymnasium (大阪市立中央体育館) Osaka, Japan
24 Apr 2012
Great Hall, Aichi Prefectural Arts Theater - 愛知県芸術劇場 大ホール 愛知 Nagoya, Japan
23 Apr 2012
Nippon Budokan|日本武道館 Tokyo, Japan
20 Apr 2012
Pearl Concert Theatre, Palms Casino Resort, Las Vegas, US
20 Apr 2012
Coachella 2012, San Diego, US
18 Apr 2012
Orpheum Theatre, Phoenix, US
17 Apr 2012
Balboa Theatre, San Diego, US
13 Apr 2012
Coachella 2012, San Diego, US
11 Apr 2012
Teatro Metropólitan, Mexico City
10 Apr 2012
Teatro Metropólitan Mexico City
10 Apr 2012
Auditorio Banamex - Monterrey, Mexico (cancelled)
06 Apr 2012
The Tabernacle Atlanta, US
04 Apr 2012
Egyptian Room, Old National Centre, Indianapolis, US
03 Apr 2012
Pabst Theatre, Milwaukee, US
01 Apr 2012
Riviera Theatre, Chicago, US
31 Mar 2012
Royal Oak Music Theatre, Detroit, US
29 Mar 2012
Express Live! Columbus, US
28 Mar 2012
Warner Theatre, Washington, US
15 Mar 2012
Komplex 457, Zürich, Switzerland
13 Mar 2012
Atlantico, Roma, Italia
11 Mar 2012
Tonhalle - Kultfabrik, Munich, Germany
09 Mar 2012
Max-Schmeling-Halle, Berlin, Germany
08 Mar 2012
Sporthalle Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
06 Mar 2012
Le Grand Rex, Paris, France
04 Mar 2012
Razzmatazz, Barcelona, Spain
01 Mar 2012
The Ballroom, Birmingham, UK
01 Mar 2012
The Other Room, Birmingham, UK
01 Mar 2012
Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham, UK
29 Feb 2012
O2 Academy Brixton, London, UK
26 Feb 2012
The O2 Arena, London, UK
24 Feb 2012
Scottish Exhibition & Conference Centre (SECC) Glasgow, UK
23 Feb 2012
Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
21 Feb 2012
The BRIT Awards 2012, London, UK
19 Feb 2012
Sheffield Arena, UK
17 Feb 2012
The Grand Social, Dublin, Ireland
16 Feb 2012
SSE Arena, Belfast, UK
14 Feb 2012
Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre (AECC) Aberdeen, UK
14 Feb 2012
Manchester Arena, UK
13 Feb 2012
MEN Arena - Manchester
31 Jan 2012
Big Day Out 2012, Melbourne, Australia
29 Jan 2012
Big Day Out 2012, Melbourne, Australia
26 Jan 2012
Big Day Out 2012, Sydney, Australia
23 Jan 2012
Big Day Out 2012, Sydney, Australia
22 Jan 2012
Big Day Out 2012, Gold Coast Parklands, Gold Coast, Australia
17 Jan 2012
Tokyo Dome City Hall (東京ドームシティホール) Tokyo, Japan
16 Jan 2012
Tokyo Dome City Hall (東京ドームシティホール) Tokyo, Japan
10 Dec 2011
Valley View Casino Center, San Diego, US
10 Dec 2011
KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas 2011, Los Angeles, US
06 Dec 2011
Casino De Paris, France
04 Dec 2011
Palladium, Cologne, Germany
03 Dec 2011
Koncerthuset, Koncertsalen, Copenhagen, Denmark
01 Dec 2011
Ancienne Belgique (AB) Brussels, Belgium
30 Nov 2011
Alcatraz, Milano, Italia + review here+video bootleg here +audio and video bootleg here
26 Nov 2011
La Riviera, Madrid, Spain
Live @ Later with Jools Holland, bootleg)
19 Nov 2011
Orpheum Theatre, SF Bay Area, US
18 Nov 2011
Royce Hall, UCLA, Los Angeles, US
17 Nov 2011
Royce Hall, UCLA, Los Angeles, US
15 Nov 2011
Beacon Theatre, New York, US
14 Nov 2011
Beacon Theatre, New York, US
12 Nov 2011
Wang Theatre, Boch Center, Boston / Cambridge, US
11 Nov 2011
Academy of Music Philadelphia, USA
08 Nov 2011
Massey Hall, Toronto, Canada
07 Nov 2011
Massey Hall, Toronto, Canada
BBC radio Theatre, London, bootleg
31 Oct 2011
Roundhouse, London, UK
30 Oct 2011
O2 Forum, Kentish Town, London, UK
29 Oct 2011
Eventim Apollo, London, UK
27 Oct 2011
Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland (bootleg)
26 Oct 2011
O2 Apollo, Manchester, UK
23 Oct 2011

Beady Eye gigography and next tour dates

2000

30 May - Forum, Milan, Italy (the first "Noeless" gig since 1991 when he didn't join Oasis yet)

summer tour without Noel

2003

16 November - Andy Bell unplugged - Debaser, Stockholm, Sweden (bootleg)

2011


3rd & 4th March - Barrowland, Glasgow, Scotland +here and here + bootleg
6th & 7th March - O2 Apollo, Manchester +bootleg 1 +bootleg 2
9th & 10th March - Troxy, London +bootleg 1
13 March - Casino de Paris, Paris, france
14 March - E-Werk, Koln, Germany
16 March - Alcatraz, Milan, Italy +dvd bootleg
18 March - La Riviera, Madrid, Spain +bootleg
19 March - Bikini, Toulouse, france
21 March - Paradiso, Amsterdam, Holland (bootleg)
22 March - Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium (bootleg)
14 & 15 April - The Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Ireland here a bootleg image
17 April - Ulster Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland
20 April - O2 Academy, Newcastle (a photo here)
23 April - Centre, Newport (photo and bootleg)
30 May - Grosse Freiheit 36, Hamburg, Germany
+a photo here + win tickets here
8 June - Saschall, Firenze, Italy +my story here +bootleg here +win tickets here
11th June - Papillons de Nuit Festival, Saint Lo, france
12 June - Isle of Wight festival +story here and here +interview here +videos here +interview and bootleg here
25th June - Theater of Living Art, Philadelphia, U.S.A.
30 June - Rock Werchter, Belgium (bootleg)
1 July - Main Square Festival, Arras, france +a photo here
7 July - BBK Live Festival, Bilbao, Spain
9 July - Oxegen Festival, Naas, Ireland
26 August - Reading Festival (win tickets) +videos here +review&video here +bootleg here
3 September - AX Hall, Seoul, South Korea
14 September - Twinkle Rock Festival, Taipei, Taiwan
7 October - Atlantico, Rome, Italy +main bootleg here +another bootleg here
+win the concert here
11 October - Volkshaus, Zurich, Switzerland (postponed)
13 October - Gasometer, Vienna, Austria (postponed)
31 October - Theater Caupolican, Santiago, Chile
2 November - Teatro de Verano Ramon Collazo, Montevideo, Uruguay
3 November - Teatro Colegiales, Buenos Aires, Argentina
4 November - Personal Festival, Buenos Aires, Argentina
5 November - Planeta Terra festival, Sao Paulo, Brazil
12 November - O2 Academy, Sheffield
14 November - O2 Academy, Birmingham
17 November - O2 Academy Brixton, London
2 December - The Warfield, San Francisco, U.S.A.
3 December - Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles, U.S.A. +another complete review here +win tickets here and here
5 December - First Avenue, Minneapolis, U.S.A.
6 December - The Rave Ballroon, Milwaukee, U.S.A.
9 December - Terminal 5, New York, U.S.A.
10 December - House of Blues, Boston, U.S.A.

2012

new tour

2013

3 June - Abbey Road, London (acoustic) +bootleg here
7 June - McClusky's, Kingston (album launch acoustic gig)



8 November - Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Ireland

2014

Liam Gallagher tour 2017-2018-2019-2020-2021 gigography

2017
30 May - O2 Ritz, Manchester, England
1 June - Electric Brixton, London, England
4 June - Rock im Park, Nürnberg, Deutschland
5 June - Pinkpop festival, Landgraaf, Nederland
10 June - Olympia theatre, Dublin, Ireland
11 June - Barrowlands, Glasgow, Scotland
14 June - Bergenfest festival, Bergenhus Festning, Norge
24 June - Glastonbury festival, England
6 July - Exit Festival, Novi Sad, Srbija
9 July - Festival Les Ardentes, Liege, Belgique
15 July - FIB festival Benicàssim, España
21 July - the Tall Ships Races, Turku, Suomi
23 July - Lollapalooza festival, Paris, France
28 July - McKittrick Hotel, New York City, USA
30 July - Rough Trade, New York City, USA
2 August - Park West, Chicago, USA
3 August - Lollapalooza festival, Chicago, USA
5 August - Osheaga festival, Montreal, Canada
10 August - National Olympic Sports Center Gymnasium, Beijing, China
12 August - CR Shenzhen Bay Sports Center Arena, Shenzhen, China
14 August - Manila’s Mall of Asia Arena, Maynilà, Pilipinas
17 August - Zepp, Tokyo, Japan
18 August - Sonic Mania, Makuhari Messe, Chiba, Japan
20 August - Summer Sonic, Osaka, Japan
22 August - Jamsil Olympic Stadium Seoul, South Korea
25 August - August Bank Holiday Weekend, Leeds, England
27 August - August Bank Holiday Weekend, Reading, England
9 September - Dcode festival, Campus del la Ucm, Madrid, España
14 September - Vogue Fashion Night Out, Terrazza Duomo 21, (acoustic show), Milan, Italia
22 September - Reeperbahn festival, Hamburg, Deutschland
7 October - CalJam, San Bernardino, California, USA
29 October - Samhain festival, Weston airport hangar, Dublin, Ireland
30 October - Sse Arena, Belfast, Northern Ireland
1 November - Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, England
2 November - BBC radio Theatre, London, England
7 November - Bethnal Green Working Men's Club, London, England
10 November - Party in the Park, Dubai Media City Amphitheatre, United Arab Emirates
13 November - Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, USA
14 November - The Wiltern, Los Angeles, USA
18 November - Gothic Theatre, Denver, USA
20 November - First Avenue, Minneapolis, USA
21 November - The Riviera, Chicago, USA
23 November - Rebel, Toronto, Canada
25 November - House of Blues, Boston, USA (postponed)
27 November - Terminal 5, New York City, USA
29 November - Lincoln Theatre, Washington DC, USA (postponed)
30 November - Union Transfer, Philadelphia, USA (postponed)
3 December - First Direct Arena, Leeds, England
4 December - The Sse Hydro, Glasgow, Scotland
6 December - Pavilions, Plymouth, England
7 December - Alexandra Palace, London, England
9 December - Sleep in the Park, Edinburgh, Scotland
10 December - Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, England
12 December - Arena, Birmingham
13 December - Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, Wales
15 December - Brighton Centre, Brighton, England
16 December - Arena, Manchester, England
30 December - Falls festival, Lorne, Australia
31 December - Falls festival, Marion Bay, Australia
2018
2 January - Falls festival, Byron Bay, Australia
4 January - Enmore theatre, Sydney, Australia
5 January - Forum theatre, Melbourne, Australia
7 January - Falls festival, Fremantle, Australia
12 January - Bitec Bangna Hall 106, Bangkok, Thailand
14 January - Ecopark Convention Centre Ancol, Jakarta, Indonesia
12 February - Radio X rooftop, London, England
23 February - La Riviera, Madrid, España
24 February - Razzmatazz, Barcelona, España
26 February - Fabrique, Milano, Italia
27 February - Granteatro Geox, Padova, Italia
1 March - X-tra, Zürich, Schweiz
2 March - L'Olympia, Paris, France
5 March - Columbiahalle, Berlin, Deutschland
7 March - Ancienne Belgique, Bruxelles, België
8 March - Afas Live, Amsterdam, Nederland
17 March - Lollapalooza festival, Hipodromo de San Isidro, Buenos Aires, Argentina
18 March - Lollapalooza festival, Parque O'Higgins, Santiago, Chile (cut, postponed)
22 March - Lollapalooza festival, Autodromo de Interlagos, Sao Paulo, Brasil
27 March - Parque de la Exposición, Lima, Perú
13 April - Snowbombing, Mayrhofen, Austria, Österreich
10 May - The Masonic, San Francisco, USA
11 May - Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, USA
13 May - Sony Center for the Performing Arts, Toronto, Canada
14 May - Blue Hills Bank Pavilion, Cambridge, USA
16 May - Central Park Summerstage, New York, USA
17 May - Festival Pier at Penn's Landing, Bala Cynwyd, USA
19 May - Lincoln Theatre, Washington, USA
27 May - The Biggest Weekend festival, Coventry, England
8 June - Northside festival, Aarhus, Danmark
10 June - Parklife, Heaton Park, Manchester, England
15 June - Malahide Castle, Dublin, Ireland
16 June - Ormeau Park, Belfast, Northern Ireland
21 June - I-Days Festival, Milano, Italia
23 June - Isle of Wight festival, England
29 June - Finsbury Park, London, England
30 June - Trnsmt festival, Glasgow, Scotland
5 July - Palladium, Köln, Deutschland
8 July - Les Eurockéennes, Belfort, France
10 July - Les Déferlantes festival, Argelès-sur-Mer, France
14 July - Latitude festival, Hanham Park, England
22 July - FIB festival Benicàssim, España
20 July - Vieilles Charrues festival, Carhaix, France
25 July - Stimmen festival, Lörrach, Deutschland
10 August - Sonorama Ribera festival, Aranda de Duero, España
12 August - Sziget festival, Budapest, Hungary
17 August - Rize festival, Hylands Park, Chelmsford, England
18 August - Emirates Lancashire Cricket Club, Manchester, England
24 August - Zürich Openair, Schweiz
25 August - Rock en Seine, Paris, France
15 September - Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix, Marina Bay circuit, Singapore
13 December - Union chapel, London, England
2019
5 June - Hackney Round Chapel, London, England
8 June - Medimex festival, Taranto, Italia
21 June - Metronome Festival Prague, Praha, Česko - Česká republika
23 June - Irish Independent Park, Cork, Ireland
26 June - Eden Sessions, Eden Project, Cornwall, England
29 June - Glastonbury festival, England
4 July - Collisioni AgriRock (literature and wine) festival, Barolo, Italia
11 July - Bilbao BBK Live, Bilbao, España
13 July - Pohoda festival, Trencin airport, Slovensko Slovakia
14 July - Atlas Weekend, Київ Україна, Kyiv Ukrayina
17 July - Moon&Stars festival, Locarno, Svizzera
18 July - The Granaries, Floriana, Malta
27 July - Cap Roig festival, España
28 July - Festival de Carcassonne, France
3 August - Mtv Unplugged, Hull City Hall, Hull, England
10 August - Smukfest, Skanderborg, Danmark
24 August - In the Park 19 festival, Helsinki, Suomi Finland
1 September - Fall in Love festival, București, România (cancelled)
7 September - Gibraltar Calling Festival, Gibraltar
14 September - Peaky Blinders Festival, Birmingham, England
21 September - O2 Ritz, Manchester, England
9 October - Chase Center, San Francisco, California, U.S.A.
16 October - Viejas Arena, San Diego, California, U.S.A.
19 October - T-Mobile Park, Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.
21 October - Rogers Arena, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
24 October - Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.
11 November - Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, Wales
12 November - Birmingham Arena, Birmingham, England
14 November - P&J Live, Aberdeen, Scotland
15 November - The SSE Hydro, Glasgow, Scotland
17 November - Utilita Arena, Newcastle, England
18 November - FlyDSA Arena, Sheffield, England
20 November - Manchester Arena, Manchester, England
21 November - M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool, England
23 November - 3arena, Dublin, Ireland
24 November - 3arena, Dublin, Ireland
26 November - Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, England
28 November - O2 Arena, London, England
29 November - O2 Arena, London, England
6 December - Fortitude Music Hall, Brisbane, Australia
7 December - Fairgrounds festival, Berry, Australia
9 December - Enmore theatre, Sydney, Australia
11 December - Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne, Australia
13 December - Meredith Music Festival, Australia
14 December - Bird in Hand, Adelaide, Australia
17 December - Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle, Australia
18 December - Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle, Australia
20 December - Spark Arena, Auckland, New Zealand
2020
(1 February - Spektrum, Oslo, Norge, cancelled)
2 February - Annexet, Stockholm, Sverige
4 February - Vega, Copenhagen, Danmark
5 February - Sporthalle, Hamburg, Deutschland (interrupted)
7 February - Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam, Nederland
8 February - Forest National, Bruxelles, België
10 February - Palladium, Köln, Deutschland
11 February - Tempodrom, Berlin, Deutschland
13 February - Tonhalle, München, Deutschland
15 February - Palazzo dello Sport, Roma, Italia
16 February - Mediolanum Forum, Assago, Milano, Italia
18 February - Gasometer, Vienna, Österreich
20 February - Halle 622, Zurich, Schweiz
21 February - Zenith, Paris, France
12 March - Club Social music festival, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, UAE (postponed for coronavirus)
13->18 April - Snowbombing festival, Mayrhofen, Austria (cancelled)
2 May - Beale Street Music Festival, Memphis, Tennessee, USA
24 May - Boston Calling Music Festival, Harvard Athletic Complex, Massachusetts, U.S.A. (cancelled)
12 June - Heaton Park, Manchester, England (cancelled)
18 June - O son do camiño festival, Santiago de Compostela, España
26 June - Tinderbox festival, Odense, Danmark
3 July - Rock Werchter, België
11 July - Trnsmt festival, Glasgow, Scotland (cancelled)
16 July - FIB festival Benicàssim, España
18 July - Latitude festival, Henham Park, England (cancelled)
19 August - Vital, Belfast, Northern Ireland (postponed)
20->23 August - Cabaret Vert festival, Charleville-Mézières, France
28->30 August - Reading & Leeds festival, England (cancelled)
17->19 September - Metronome Prague Festival, Praha, Česká republika
19 September Summer sonic, Japan (postponed to 2021)
16->18 October - Shaky Knees Music Festival, Central Park, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
2021
23 May - NHS workers concert, O2, London, Great Britain
19 June - Rock in Rio, Lisboa, Portugal
30 June - Ormeau Park, Belfast, Northern Ireland
7 July - Lucca Summer Festival, Italia
10 July - Trnsmt festival, Glasgow, Scotland
27->29 August - Reading & Leeds festival, England
more soon
 

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