How to get tickets for Liam Gallagher’s 2024 UK tour, including price and pre-sale details

The ex-Oasis singer has announced a special tour to celebrate 30 years of ‘Definitely Maybe’

Amy Houghton
Written by
Amy Houghton
Contributing writer
Liam Gallagher
Photograph: Christian Bertrand /

Oasis’s 1994 debut and eight-times platinum album ‘Definitely Maybe’ has become a defining work of the Britpop era. Thirty years on, Liam Gallagher has announced a tour to celebrate the album's anniversary. Oasis fans waiting on a reunion, don’t get your hopes up. There are no signs of any bad blood being put aside for the occasion – it’s extremely unlikely that Noel will be joining. 

Nevertheless, it will be a very exciting opportunity for fans to hear songs that have rarely, if ever, been performed live since the mid-nineties. Plus, Liam could be joined by other Oasis co-founder Paul Arthurs (aka Bonehead). To add to the anticipation, the tour includes three nights at the huge, yet-to-open Co-op Live Arena in Liam’s hometown of Manchester. Here are all the important deets. 

When is Liam Gallagher going on a UK tour in 2024?

The ‘Definitely Maybe’ tour is taking place across 12 dates in June 2024. 

When do tickets go on sale for the 30th anniversary Definitely Maybe tour? 

Fans will be able to try for tickets from 9am on Friday, October 20. They’ll be available on Ticketmaster and other ticketing platforms. 

How can I register for tickets?

You don’t need to register for general sale tickets – just make sure you’re online and ready to press ‘buy’ on release day. If it’s presale tickets you’re after, you may have to register for priority access to whatever venue you’re hoping to attend. More info on that below! 

How much do tickets cost for Liam Gallagher’s tour? 

The cost will change according to each venue, but tend to be ranging from around £50 to £110, including booking fees. 

On See Tickets, prices for Sheffield’s Utilita Arena start at £52.45 for seated tickets and £85.45 for standing tickets. Prices for London’s O2 Arena, seats start from £53.50 and from £86.50 for standing. 

Is there presale for the Definitely Maybe tour? 

Different venues announced their own pre-sales, with all presales having taken place this morning (October 18). 

For the dates in Glasgow, customers of OVO or SSE Energy Services could access early ticket sales at 9am, while Manchester fans were able to gain access after downloading the Co-op Live app and becoming a member. Irish fans had to be Three+ members, while those hoping to get pre-sale tickets for London must have signed up to O2 Priority

It’s worth noting, however, that presale saw unprecedented levels of demand. Co-op Live tweeted that presale tickets had completely run out just 20 minutes after they went on sale, while O2 Priority tickets reportedly also sold out quickly. 

If you missed out on presale, best of luck in trying for tickets on 9am on Friday! 

What UK dates have been confirmed for Liam Gallagher’s tour? 

So far, 12 dates have been confirmed for 2024. Those are: 

June 2: Sheffield, Utilita Arena

June 3: Cardiff, Utilita Arena

June 6, 7, 10: London, The O2

June 15, 16: Manchester, Co-op Live

June 19, 20: Glasgow, OVO Hydro

June 23, 24: Dublin, 3Arena

June 27: Manchester, Co-op Live 

What’s been said so far?

Liam Gallagher said: ‘I’m bouncing around the house to announce the Definitely Maybe tour. The most important album of the ’90s, bar none. I wouldn't be anywhere without it and neither would you, so let’s celebrate together.’

A press release teased that other ‘fan favourites’ from the ‘Definitely Maybe’ era could also be performed, potentially including ‘Whatever’, ‘Fade Away’, ‘Listen Up’ and ‘Sad Song’.

Any early news on the potential setlist?

‘Definitely Maybe’ is a classic album and much of it has long been a staple of Gallagher’s solo sets. We fully expect to hear classics from that album, including ‘Rock n Roll Star’, ‘Live Forever’,  ‘Supersonic’, ‘Cigarettes & Alcohol’ and ‘Slide Away’. 

Here is an example of a Liam Gallagher set from earlier this year, when he played Japan in August. 

  1. Morning Glory
  2. Rock 'n' Roll Star
  3. Wall of Glass
  4. Better Days
  5. Stand by Me
  6. Roll It Over
  7. More Power
  8. Diamond in the Dark
  9. The River
  10. Once
  11. Wonderwall
  12. Champagne Supernova

Did you see that Justin Timberlake and Tiger Woods are opening a new sports bar in a small Scottish town?

Stay in the loop: sign up to our free Time Out UK newsletter for the latest UK news and the best stuff happening across the country.

You may also like
You may also like