Liam Gallagher has announced a gig for Limerick’s Thomand Park next year.
The gig will take place on Sunday 14 July 2024 and is part of Gallagher’s 30th anniversary tour for Oasis’ debut album, Definitely Maybe (1994).
The Oasis frontman will play the entire album in full, with tracks including Rock ‘n’ Roll Star, Live Forever, Supersonic and Cigarettes & Alcohol.
Gallagher also plans to play B-sides from the same era that the album was released.
The musician’s recently announced 14-date Definitely Maybe 30 Years arena tour sold out in record time, including four nights at Manchester’s 23,500-capacity Co-Op Live, which will be the biggest indoor arena in the UK when it opens next May, as well as four shows at The O2 in London.
Gallagher had previously announced three other Irish dates for next year, including Belfast’s Vital music festival on 16 August as well as two Dublin shows at 3Arena on 23 and 24 June.
Liam Gallagher’s solo career has seen him score five UK number one albums in six years: his three studio sets, As You Were, Why Me? Why Not and C’mon You Know, plus the live records MTV Unplugged and Knebworth 22.
Tickets go on sale via Ticketmaster on Friday 8 December at 9am, with tickets starting at €69.90.