Liam Gallagher's Beady Eye announce live shows and ticket details

Post-Oasis band set for six UK gigs in March

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Beady Eye are set to play their first live shows in March.

Liam Gallagher's post-Oasis band will play six UK shows – two each in Glasgow, Manchester and London – on the tour, taking in mid-sized venues. They will also play dates in Belgium, France, Spain and Holland.

The four-piece will be joined live by keyboard player Matt Jones and bassist Jeff Wootton.

Beady Eye will play:

Glasgow Barrowland (March 3, 4)
Manchester O2 Apollo (6, 7)
London Troxy (9, 10)
Paris Casino De Paris (13)
Cologne Live Music Hall (14)
Milan Alcatraz (16)
Madrid La Riviera (18)
Amsterdam Paradiso (21)
Brussels Ancienne Belgique (22)


Tickets go on sale on Friday (November 26) at 10am (GMT). To check the availability of Beady Eye tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

Beady Eye recently made their first song, 'Bring The Light', available as a free download.

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