Cardiff, Norwich, Dublin and Exeter are all on the calendar for 2019
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds have announced four more live dates for 2019.
Gallagher will play a show at Cardiff Castle on May 24 alongside Gaz Coombes and Boy Azooga before heading to Norwich to headline the Sunday Sessions at Earlham Park on May 26.
Marking the first time he’s performed at the legendary venue since his time with Oasis, Gallagher and his High Flying Birds will take to the venue to perform songs from their Mercury-nominated 2017 album ‘Who Built The Moon‘ at Heaton Park on Friday June 7.
As well as White Denim and others, Gallagher will be supported at the show by fellow hometown heroes, the recently reunited Doves.
The seminal Manchester trio have been on hiatus since 2010, after playing what they said could have been their ‘last ever gig’ at the Warehouse Project. Now, after teasing their return last week, they’re back with live dates on the horizon and their first new material since 2009’s acclaimed ‘Kingdom Of Rust‘. Today also saw the band announce a headline show at London’s Royal Albert Hall for the Teenage Cancer Trust run of shows in March.
Speaking about the announcement, SSD Concert’s Steve Davis said: “We can’t wait to see some truly iconic and legendary bands and artists coming to Newcastle and we are proud to be able to confirm Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds as our first headliner.”
He added: “Noel constantly smashes the boundaries of what’s possible musically, recreating himself with every album. He is a fitting addition to the festival and will blow the crowd away outdoors in the summer sun!”
Tickets for Cardiff, Norwich, Heaton Park and Exeter go on sale at 10 am on December 7. Tickets for Dublin go on sale at 9 am on December 6 and those for ‘This Is Tomorrow’ festival are already on sale.
Details of the dates announced so far are below and you can buy tickets for the events here.
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds Tour Dates 2019
May 24 – Cardiff Castle, Cardiff
May 25 – This is Tomorrow Festival, Exhibition Park, Newcastle
May 26 – Earlham Park, Norwich
June 7 – Heaton Park, Manchester
June 16 – Malahide Castle, Dublin
June 30 – Powderham Castle, Exeter