Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds are set to play a tiny Watford show next month it has been announced.
The former Oasis kingpin is leading his merrie psychedelic band across these British Isles, culminating in a huge Wembley Arena show later this week.
Radio X have stepped in to host a special intimate date, with Noel Gallagher hitting Watford Colosseum on May 14th.
The concert will be in aid of the Radio X charity, Global’s Make Some Noise, with tickets going on sale from 9am this Friday (April 27th).
Just 2000 fans will be at the show, the first time Noel Gallagher has played Watford since Oasis played there in 2002.
Noel Gallagher said:
We will take to the stage at Watford Colosseum like the supreme beings we are. The local council of elders have offered us an open top bus parade as we make our way to the venue... in the interest of public safety (and the fact that it may well be rush hour) we have declined this offer.
The listeners of Radio X shall sit at home with their pizzas and weep at the thought of the majesty that they could have witnessed had they been remotely arsed to find themselves a golden ticket.
For those of you lucky enough to be in the presence of our genius we say this: come, drink, vape, chant my name, shut up and leave in an orderly fashion.
We are here.
You are there.
Never forget that.
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds will play Watford Colosseum on May 14th.
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