Liam Gallagher joined by Bonehead during Rolling Stones support slot

The former-Oasis frontman is the first act to open for the band on their eight UK shows

Former-Oasis member Bonehead joined Liam Gallagher for his Rolling Stones support show tonight (May 22) at the Olympic Stadium in London.

Bonehead has joined Gallagher for a string of shows in the past, including a performance at Manchester Arena in December.

You can see him in action below.


Gallagher also dedicated ‘Live Forever’ to Manchester during the show.

Today (May 22) marks one year since the devastating Manchester Arena attack. The tragedy killed twenty-two people, and injured 800.

The former-Oasis frontman is the first act to open for the band on their eight UK shows, with Florence & The Machine, The Vaccines and more set to support later this month.

Before diving into a performance of ‘Live Forever’, Gallagher paid tribute to Manchester. “This if for everyone in Manchester. Sing along if you know the words,” he said. Watch a clip of the performance below.


The Rolling Stones were quick to thank Gallagher for his performance, writing on Twitter: “You and I are going to live forever.. thank you to @liamgallagher” See that tweet below.

You can see the rest of The Rolling Stones tour dates and the whole impressive roster of support acts below.

25 May, London Stadium – Florence & The Machine
29 May, St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton – The Vaccines
02 June, Ricoh Arena, Coventry – The Specials
05 June, Old Trafford, Manchester – Richard Ashcroft
09 June, BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh – Richard Ashcroft
15 June, Principality Stadium, Cardiff – Elbow
19 June, Twickenham Stadium, London – James Bay


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