The chief is back.
Noel Gallagher has announced details of a huge one-off headline show at London’s Kenwood House for 2020.
The former Oasis turned High Flying Birds man will be returning to the capital to play an exclusive gig at the Heritage site on Hampstead Heath on Sunday June 23.
There will be a Ticketmaster pre-sale on Wednesday October 30 at 9am, before going on general sale at 9am on Friday November 1. Tickets will be available here.
Speculation now turns to whether Gallagher might appear on the Glastonbury 2020 line-up, which takes place the following weekend. His last appearance was at a Q&A of Oasis film Supersonic back in 2017.
Reviewing Gallagher’s Manchester-inspired ‘This is the Place’ EP, NME wrote: “To quote Tony Walsh’s poem on the treasures of Manchester: “It’s ace, it’s the best and the songs that we sing, from the stands, from our bands, set the whole planet shaking”. While Gallagher’s done well to remember that, he’s gone back to his roots but taken them to strange new places.
“Imagine what Oasis could have been if they’d have had the bravery to match this bombast in their latter years.”