Liam Gallagher to play SSE Arena, Belfast

This is Liam’s first headline tour of his solo career and it follows the release of his album ‘As You Were’ on October 6th. The gig at the SSE Arena in Belfast on October 30th is set to be pretty amazing, it’s the first of 10 dates on his UK tour. Not only do you get to see Liam Gallagher, but there are also two great support acts; The Strypes and Kyle Falconer.

Originally, he’d been set to play the Ulster Hall, but when the demand for tickets grew to a huge amount, something had to change! The Ulster Hall only has a capacity for 2000 people so it was decided to move the gig to the SSE Arena which can accommodate up to 11,000. Good news for anyone trying to get tickets! Those 2000 would have sold out very fast!

The tour starts in Belfast, then moves on to Leeds, Glasgow, Plymouth, London, Nottingham, Birmingham, Cardiff and Brighton before ending with a gig in his home town of Manchester.

A Few Fun Liam Facts…

  • When not on stage or recording albums, Liam likes to watch Spongebob Squarepants.
  • The first time Liam met Mick Jagger, he did an impression of him.
  • He believes in aliens.
  • Liam shops in Waitrose.
  • His signature stance on stage with his hands behind his back apparently helps him to project his voice better.
  • When he was a kid, his nickname was Weetabix as that’s all he would eat.
  • Despite owning two cars, Liam doesn’t drive and has never even had a lesson.

So what plates might Liam like on his cars he doesn’t drive? We think he should celebrate the band Oasis that shot him to fame back in the 90s and we’ve got the perfect plate for that… OAS 15. After that he joined Beady Eye so he could also have 89 EYE or maybe he’d like to be more up to date and have a plate for his new solo album ‘As You Were’. We’ve got some brilliant AYW plates such as L1 AYW.

You might even want one for yourself if you’re a fan, or even as an investment. Grab an AYW plate now, with the album newly released, and you never know, when the album becomes a huge hit, as it’s likely to, you could make a tidy profit out it. More and more people are using private plates as an investment these days and it’s paying off.