Noel Gallagher is a British singer, songwriter and musician, from Manchester.
Starting his music career in 1991 as a founding member of Oasis, the band released seven studio albums before disbanding in 2009. Noel started his solo career with his High Flying Birds project and released a self-titled debut two years later, with the follow-up, 'Chasing Yesterday' released in early 2015.
He has headlined his own shows and tours across the UK, including a Teenage Cancer Trust gig at London’s Royal Albert Hall, headlining London's Calling Festival, Manchester’s Summer in the City, Cork's Live at the Marquee, and The Radio X Road Trip with Chris Moyles in December 2015, Scarborough’s Open Air Theater, Lancashire’s Lytham Festival Proms Arena, Glasgow's Summer Sessions, and Victorious Festival in 2016.
Following his arena tour in 2018, Noel Gallagher and his High Flying Birds played a string of headline shows and festival slots throughout the summer.
The band have now been announced to headline 2019's This Is Tomorrow festival, along with a huge summer shows around the country throughout May and June. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information on Stereoboard below.
Show began about 15 minutes late to a mostly packed house - Performance went straight through with no intermissions with pleanty of good energy, nice visual / lighting effects and a strong 3 song set during encore bringing everyone to a screaming sing along for final tune Don't Look Back In Anger. Everyone left with a smile!