Liam Gallagher is heading for Liverpool as part of a solo tour this autumn.
The former Oasis frontman – who played Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage last weekend - will appear at the M&S Bank Arena on November 21.
Tickets for the Liverpool gig cost between £33.85 and £62.15 and go on general sale on July 12 at 9am.
The 46-year-old Mancunian rose to fame in the early 1990s as part of Brit Pop legends Oasis, appearing alongside older brother Noel Gallagher and writing numbers including Songbird and I’m Outta Time.
He then lent his distinctive vocal sound to Oasis follow up Beady Eye, before embarking on a solo career.
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Gallagher will come to the waterfront arena as part of a major UK tour off the back of his second album, Why Me? Why Not, which is set to be released on Warner Records on September 20.
It follows the release of his single Shockwave, which topped the Official Vinyl and Trending Charts, while he is now sharing a new track titled The River – co-written by Gallagher and producer Andrew Wyatt - which is powered by a driving riff and the star’s unmistakable vocal delivery.
Liam Gallagher is at the M&S Bank Arena on November 21. Ticket details from the website HERE