Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds confirm support acts for Wigan's Robin Park




Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds

Confirm Support Acts For Summer Outdoor Headline Shows

Wigan’s Robin Park with Lottery Winners and The Slow Readers Club, 18th July

London’s Alexandra Palace Park with Echo & The Bunnymen and 86TVs, 20th July

Last Remaining Tickets On Sale Here

Critically Acclaimed Album ‘Council Skies’ Out Now on Sour Mash

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Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds have confirmed support acts for forthcoming summer outdoor headline shows at Wigan’s Robin Park and London’s Alexandra Palace in July.

Opening the show at Wigan’s Robin Park on 18th July will be Lancashire underdogs, Lottery Winners, whose latest album Anxiety Replacement Therapy earned them a UK #1 record, and Manchester’s The Slow Reader’s Club, described as a group “ready to take on the world” by the Manchester Evening News.

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’ headline performance at London’s Alexandra Palace Park on 20th July will be opened by the renowned indie brothers Hugo, Felix and Will White, 86TVs, and Echo & The Bunnymen, following their current Best Of tour through March 2024 celebrating their 40+ year career.

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’ summer 2024 headline shows will follow a series of warm-up gigs this month at some of the UK’s most intimate venues. Upcoming shows at Poole’s Lighthouse (17th March), Bournemouth O2 Academy (18th March) and Portsmouth’s Guildhall (20th March) all sold out immediately – and will arrive ahead of Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds returning to the Royal Albert Hall to perform for Teenage Cancer Trust. A full circle moment after Noel played at the charity’s very first event back in 2000.

Headlining both Kendall Calling and Y Not Festival in August, Noel will also perform huge outdoor headline gigs at ​​Warwick Castle (Sunday 21st July), Cardiff Castle (Wednesday 17th July), and an already sold out The Piece Hall at Halifax (Thursday 1st August) after sell out shows at these venues in 2022. Last remaining tickets are available here.

Fans can look forward to sets including a wide selection of Oasis classics, as well as a cross section of material from the past dozen years of Noel Gallagher’s highly successful career as a solo artist with his band, the High Flying Birds.

The shows will mark Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’ first live performances after their triumphant run of UK arena dates in December. The tour was a huge finale to 2023 after touring across three continents, a mammoth 26 date tour of North America, and epic headline outdoor gigs including Crystal Palace Bowl, Brighton Beach and more, all in celebration of the release of Noel’s fourth solo studio album, ‘Council Skies’. The summer culminated with the band’s biggest ever headline gig to date, a massive homecoming show at Manchester’s Wythenshawe Park on August Bank Holiday weekend.

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’ latest live performances have been described as “emotional and thrilling” by the BBC, “typically legendary” by the Daily Mirror, “effortlessly brilliant” by CLASH, “heroic” by the Evening Standard, whilst The i Newspaper confirmed, “Noel Gallagher’s gonna live forever”.

‘Council Skies’ has been widely regarded by fans and media as Noel’s most complete solo statement to date. The album includes ‘Open The Door, See What You Find’, ‘Pretty Boy’, ‘Easy Now’, and recent single ‘We’re Gonna Get There In The End’. The album has received widespread critical acclaim and was featured in several Albums Of The Year lists including the likes of MOJO and Rolling Stone UK.

‘Council Skies’ is available now on CD, heavyweight vinyl with bonus 7”, LP picture disc plus various digital formats including a Dolby Atmos spatial audio version. All Council Skies formats are available here.



Tickets for Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds summer 2024 tour dates are available here.

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds 2024 UK Live Dates:

17 March – Poole, Lighthouse SOLD OUT

18 March – Bournemouth O2 Academy SOLD OUT

20 March – Portsmouth, Guildhall SOLD OUT

21 March – London, Royal Albert Hall (for Teenage Cancer Trust) SOLD OUT

17 July – Cardiff Castle

18 July – Wigan, Robin Park

20 July – London, Alexandra Palace Park

21 July – Warwick, Warwick Castle (special guests Johnny Marr and The WAEVE)

1 August – Halifax, The Piece Hall SOLD OUT

2 August – Lake District, Kendall Calling Festival (Headlining)

4 August – Pikehall, Y Not Festival (Headlining)