Beady Eye to warm up for Stone Roses show at intimate UK gig

Liam Gallagher and co get ready for their Heaton Park slot at Warrington gig

Photo: Next Previous

Photo Gallery: Beady Eye

Beady Eye have announced a one-off UK headline show for next month.

The former Oasis men will headline Warrington's Parr Hall on June 28, playing their only UK headline show of the year at the venue.

The gig will act as a warm-up for the band's appearance as main support to The Stone Roses at their Heaton Park show on June 30.

As well as Beady Eye, the likes of Primal Scream, Plan B, Professor Green, The Vaccines and Kid British are confirmed to support the Stone Roses, with Bob Marley's backing group The Wailers the only band playing on each of the three nights.

Tickets for the Warrington show will be available via a lottery on the bands website from today. Those who are successful will be informed via email from Monday (May 21) and will then be able to purchase up to two tickets each. For full details, visit Beadyeyemusic.com.

Beady Eye are currently working on the follow-up to their 2011 debut album 'Different Gear, Still Speeding'.

Read More On This Artist

Video: Beady Eye - 'Millionaire' Music Video

More News
Billy Corgan says 'the mythology of the '90s is now irrelevant'
TV On The Radio premiere skateboarding video for song 'Lazerray'
Kasabian to headline Poland's Open'er Festival 2015
1,000 Foo Fighters fans in Italy plan to simultaneously play 'Learn to Fly'
George Harrison, The Bee Gees to be honoured with The Recording Academy's Lifetime...
Single hidden by Jack White inside furniture found a decade later
The Maccabees on new album: 'It's stripped back, fewer layers, more piano'
Alt-J, Florence + The Machine, The War On Drugs to play Sweden's Way Out West festival
Blink-182's Tom DeLonge discusses plans for punk trio's new album
Karen O says label boss Julian Casablancas is 'a fucking amazing guy'
The Wombats announce details of new album 'Glitterbug'
Sam Smith becomes only artist to sell one million albums in UK and US in 2014
London superclub Fabric respond to reports they are facing closure after drug-related deaths
Pussy Riot: 'Our goal is not to make a political album'
Azealia Banks accuses Eminem of sexism in his music
Gerard Way 'made plans to work with' The Libertines' Carl Barat
The Smiths' Mike Joyce says Queen should wear 'Queen is Dead' T-shirt during...
Wu-Tang Clan tried to get James Blake to feature on 'A Better Tomorrow'
Royal Blood 'wanted to support Foo Fighters before even starting the band'
Spectres announce UK tour dates
Taylor Swift was surprised at industry's reaction to her decision to leave Spotify
Ride, Bastille, Duran Duran and more to play tiny War Child gigs

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM