Liam Gallagher (Credit: Holly Whitaker)
Following a wave of complaints from weekend attendees...

Haringey Council have responded to complaints surrounding live music events in Finsbury Park at the weekend.

Liam Gallagher and Queens Of The Stone Age headlined two huge shows, but fans voiced complaints regarding poor sound, huge queues, and general disorganisation.

Charity the Workers Brew Company issued a statement apologising for bar queues, but this only seemed to rile fans further given organisers Festival Republic had yet to comment.

NME spoke to Haringey Council, who said the weekend's events "went well" - Finsbury Park is set to host Wireless festival in a matter of days.

The spokesperson said: “Additional measures for leaving the park were put in place for Saturday’s event, which went well. We are satisfied with the measures Festival Republic have put in place for Wireless.”

The council added that they believed there was a suitable amount of water points across the site for attendees, while the Workers Brew Company will not be handling the bar for Wireless.

Related: Live Report - Liam Gallagher, Finsbury Park, London

Photo Credit: Holly Whitaker

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