Noel Gallagher kicked off his first solo tour in Dublin at the weekend (Oct 23rd), playing 20 tracks to a packed-out Olympia Theatre. The tour sold out in six minutes when it was announced in August.
It was a good weekend for the former Oasis man; his debut album ‘Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’ shifted 120,000 units and shot to the top of the album chart, beating Matt Cardle’s effort by 40%.
Noel Gallagher begun his set with two Oasis tracks – ‘Whatever’ b-side ‘(It’s Good) To Be Free and ‘Mucky Fingers’ from ‘Don’t Believe The Truth’ – before launching into the opening track from his solo debut, ‘Everybody’s On The Run’.
Fans clutching tickets gear up for the show. Noel Gallagher’s tour continues in Manchester on October 26th before continuing onto Edinburgh and London. Check for tickets here.
As well as celebrating a triumphant gig and a Number One album, Noel also saw his beloved Manchester City beat Manchester United 6-1 at the weekend. Not a bad few days…
A happy punter shows off their ticket. If you didn’t manage to snatch one yourselves rejoice – Noel’s just another tour for February and March next year.