Liam Gallagher confirms Definitely Maybe anniversary dates at Co-op Live

Liam will be hitting the new arena venue for three nights next June

By Ben Arnold | 16 October 2023

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Liam Gallagher will be coming home to play the whole of Definitely Maybe at Co-op Live to celebrate the seminal Oasis album’s 30th anniversary.

Liam has confirmed a raft of live dates to commemorate the album which catapulted the Gallagher brothers to fame, thanks to instant hits like Shakermaker, Supersonic and Live Forever.

He’ll play Co-op Live, the UK’s biggest indoor arena venue, due to open in April next year, on the following dates: 

Saturday 15 June, 2024

Sunday 16 June, 2024

Thursday 27 June, 2024

Tickets will go on sale at 9am on Friday 20 October. But you can download the Co-op app to get hold of pre-sale tickets from 9am on Wednesday 18 October here.

Liam teased fans earlier this year with the possibility of a tour, saying that he was planning to celebrate Definitely Maybe by playing the album live, from start to finish and in its original order, at some ‘biblical venues’.

And then last night, he dropped the biggest hint yet – a picture of the Definitely Maybe setlist.

On announcing the news of the tour today, he 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 LG x.”

As well as being able to see classics like Cigarettes and Alcohol performed live, there will also be a rare chance to hear tracks that have been rarely, if ever, performed, like ‘Up In The Sky’ and ‘Digsy’s Dinner’. 

On its release in 1994, Definitely Maybe – Oasis’s debut set – went straight to number one, becoming the fastest-selling album in British chart history at the time.

Here are all the UK live dates in full:

June 2 – Sheffield, Utilita Arena 

June 3 – Cardiff, Utilita Arena 

June 6 – London, The O2 

June 7 – London, The O2 

June 10 – London, The O2 

June 15 – Manchester, Co-op Live 

June 16 – Manchester, Co-op Live 

June 19 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro 

June 20 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro 

June 23 – Dublin, 3Arena 

June 24 – Dublin, 3Arena 

June 27 – Manchester, Co-op Live 

After Oasis split in 2009, Liam went on to front Beady Eye, and has released solo albums As You Were in 2017, Why Me? Why Not in 2019 and C’mon You Know in 2021.