Over the past 30 years Noel Gallagher has become one of the best known names in the history of British music. From his initial breakthrough as a founding member of Oasis for a decade-and-a-half, followed by a successful launch of latest project High Flying Birds; Gallagher has consistently rewritten the rule book and even now continues to develop his sound.
After a hugely impressive performance at Glastonbury before Paul McCartney and a run of outdoor shows last month, we are eagerly awaiting new tour dates! Until then, we've collated a fantastic array of acts that we're sure you will love if you're already a fan of Noel Gallagher!
The legendary Richard Ashcroft remains as iconic now as when he burst onto the scene in the early 1990s with Wigan indie favourites The Verve. Now performing as a solo musician, Ashcroft will be performing outdoor shows in Leeds, Nottingham and London this summer before arena dates in Manchester and Brighton in October.
Be sure to grab tickets now for these shows if you want to roll back the years as recent setlists have included The Verve favourites 'Sonnet', 'The Drugs Don't Work' and 'Bitter Sweet Symphony'.
Remaining tickets are on sale now.
It is no secret that Paul Weller and Noel Gallagher have a huge amount of respect and adoration for one another's craft. In an interview with NME, Weller praised Gallagher saying "I don’t really need to talk about what a great songwriter he is, because everyone knows that. But, for me, he’s got better" following the release of NGHFB's third LP 'Who Built The Moon?'.
Since then, Weller has gone on to release three further solo albums: 'True Meanings' (2018), 'On Sunset' (2020) and 'Fat Pop: Volume 1' (2021) - all of which he has dabbled in for recent setlists. These are of course alongside select hits from his time in The Jam and The Style Council.
Limited tickets remain for his shows in Margate, Bedford and Swansea.
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Kaiser Chiefs are one of the most recognisable names to breakthrough the early 2000s indie scene. With massive, floor-filling anthems such as 'Ruby', 'Everyday I Love You Less and Less' and 'I Predict a Riot' the Leeds formed five-piece are responsible for some of the biggest tracks of the 21st century. While they have a trophy cabinet brimming with everything from Ivor Novello and three Brit Awards to prizes from NME and Q - it is their longevity and ever-presence that is most impressive.
Special guests The Fratellis and The Sherlocks join the bill across the full tour for what promises to be a magical night filled with anthems aplenty.
Buy tickets for their arena shows here.
Initially kicking off their long and fruitful relationship via Kasabian opening for Oasis way back on their 2005 American tour, Kasabian have long-since established themselves as one of the biggest and best indie-rock bands on the planet. With headline slots at Glastonbury, Reading & Leeds, TRNSMT and more across the globe; Serge Pizzorno and co. are heading back out on the road this autumn in support of forthcoming album 'The Alchemist's Euphoria'.
Currently performing across European festivals, they have been dipping into old-time favourites such as 'L.S.F.', 'Underdog' and 'Club Foot' so make sure you have your tickets for the October and November shows if you'd like to relive those brilliant anthems.
Tickets are selling fast so be quick if you'd like to join the party!
As part of Embrace's tour across August and September this year, they will perform their biggest London show in over 17 years with a show at Brixton Academy. Forthcoming album 'How To Be A Person Like Other People' drops in August, and speaking of it frontman Richard McNamara told NME "whenever we put out a new album it’s always a really big deal to us, we put everything we have into it" so we cannot wait to hear it live across the UK.
Tickets are on sale now with some shows already down to the last handful.
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