Liam Gallagher Announces Extensive Definitely Maybe Tour

Liam Gallagher has declared that the opportunity to tour the “most important album of the ’90s” in its entirety has left him “spellbound at home.”

The former Oasis frontman has announced a series of shows for 2024, featuring him performing his former band’s debut album, Definitely Maybe, in its entirety.

Released in August 1994, the album catapulted the Manchester band to stardom and sold millions of copies worldwide.

Gallagher stated that he “won’t be anywhere without it.”

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The tour announcement, opening in Sheffield before visiting Cardiff, London, Manchester, Glasgow, and Dublin, concludes fan speculation that the beloved band would reform to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the album.

Many had hoped that Gallagher’s Knebworth performance in 2022 and recent dates with his brother Noel, including a homecoming show at Wythenshawe Park, might pave the way for a reunion of the band for the first time since their 2009 split.

These expectations were fueled by Noel in January when he told BBC Radio Manchester that he would “never say never” to an Oasis reunion.

Gallagher expressed great anticipation for the upcoming tour dates.

“I’m going around the houses to announce the Definitely Maybe Tour,” he said.

“The most important album of the ’90s, bar none.”

Addressing his fans directly, he added, “I won’t be anywhere without it, and neither will you, so let’s celebrate it together.”

A representative for the singer stated that this would be the first time Gallagher performs Definitely Maybe in its entirety.

“Of course, the set will be filled with classic songs like ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Star,’ ‘Live Forever,’ ‘Supersonic,’ and ‘Cigarettes & Alcohol,’ and many more,” they said.

“But it will also be a rare opportunity to hear other songs from the album that have seldom, if ever, been performed since the mid-’90s, including ‘Up In The Sky’ and ‘Digsy’s Dinner.'”

They added that the show would also feature Gallagher performing other Oasis songs from that era, including several B-sides.

“There are plenty of fan favorites that can be pulled from other songs released during the Definitely Maybe era, which could potentially include other big hits like ‘Whatever,’ as well as deeper cuts like ‘Fade Away,’ ‘Listen Up,’ and ‘Sad Song,'” they noted.

Tickets for the shows will go on sale on Friday.