Dust off those parkas, order in the bucket hats, practice that simian walk: we’re gonna be going mad for it next summer.
Off the back of his debut solo album going in at number one and being generally rather well-received, Liam Gallagher has announced a triumphant massive show in London’s Finsbury Park next summer.
And it’s not just gonna be Liam starring - there’s going to be two stages and a ‘full supporting lineup’ so this is going to be your one-stop rock ’n’ roll fix for the festival season.
It takes place on Friday 29 June with tickets going on sale this Friday (27 October) at 9am. They’re priced at an actually-fairly-reasonable-for-a-big-gig-these-days £52.50 for general admission and £85 for VIP.
Finsbury Park, of course, has hosted some hugely memorable shows in the past with The Stone Roses and Oasis having previously played massive shows there, while Rage Against The Machine famously put on a free show there in 2010 after ‘Killing in the Name’ beat The X Factor to be Christmas number one the previous December.
Liam’s album, As You Were, hit the top spot two weeks ago and, importantly, held firm to stay at number 2 last week. It looks like the younger Gallagher is well and truly back in business.