LIAM GALLAGHER’S love affair with Ireland shows no signs of abating after the former Oasis frontman announced plans to return for another gig in Dublin later this year.
Gallagher is set to play at the capital’s 3Arena on Sunday, November 24th, with tickets set to go on general sale at 9am on Friday, July 12th.
The Britpop legend is returning to Ireland to support the release of his second solo album, Why Me? Why Not, which is set to be released on September 20th.
It marks the latest chapter in Gallagher’s long-running romance with the Emerald Isle.
Liam has significant family links to Ireland through his late grandmother Margaret Sweeney who lived in Charlestown in County Mayo.
The Gallagher brothers were regular visitors to the region and often visited the local JJ Finan’s pub and hardware store, chatting with locals and getting involved in a few impromptu performances.
More recently still, Liam was back in Ireland for a gig in Cork that he later described as “biblical”.
To top all that off, he left Ireland in a private jet loaded up with a giant box of Tayto cheese and onion crisps.
Fans will be chomping at the bit to see the Oasis star in action again with Gallagher sure to bring his popular style and swagger to proceedings.