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Liam Gallagher reveals support acts for upcoming tour
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He was originally supposed to be accompanied by Slowthai until the rapper pulled out in favour of supporting BROCKHAMPTON

Liam Gallagher has shared the names of the artists that will support him on his upcoming tour.

The musician announced the major arena tour back in June along with the release of single ‘The River’. It kicks off on November 11 in Cardiff and ends on November 29 in London.

Now, Gallagher has revealed that Miles Kane and DMA’s will support him on his upcoming arena tour. Sharing the news via his Instagram Story today (September 30) he posted a new tour poster with both acts’ names added to it.

Kane took to Twitter to share the news: “Excited to announce that I’ll be supporting the one and only @liamgallagher in Liverpool, Dublin, Nottingham and London this November. Cannot bloody wait, extra crispy! X”

Excited to announce that I’ll be supporting the one and only @liamgallagher in Liverpool, Dublin, Nottingham and London this November. Cannot bloody wait, extra crispy! Xhttps://t.co/0ZEkiYiNaY pic.twitter.com/ZvPSOYHZgW

— Miles Kane (@MilesKaneMusic) September 30, 2019

Gallagher was to be accompanied by Slowthai on the tour until the rapper pulled out. The controversial Mercury-nominated rapper opted out of the shows to instead join Brockhampton on the road in the US.

“It’s always been a dream of mine to meet Liam, so it was heartbreaking to do that,” Slowthai said in an interview. “I didn’t want it to be like I was messing everything up, but I gotta think of the grand scheme of things… it made a lot of sense.”

Liam Gallagher upcoming tour dates:

NOVEMBER

11 – Cardiff Motorpoint Arena 12 – Birmingham Arena 14 – Aberdeen P&J Live 15 – Glasgow SSE Hydro 17 – Newcastle Utilita Arena 18 – Sheffield FlyDSA Arena 20 – Manchester Arena 21 – Liverpool M&S Bank Arena 23 – Dublin 3 Arena 24 – Dublin 3 Arena 26 – Nottingham Motorpoint Arena 28 – London O2 Arena 29 – London O2 Arena

Gallagher released ‘Why Me? Why Not.’, his second solo album, a little over a week ago (September 20). In a four-star review, NME‘s Jordan Bassett called it “a classic sequel that adds depth of character.”

30/09/2019 21:16:54
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