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Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds are going to play a big outdoor London show next year

The band will perform at Kenwood House.
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Published: 8:46 pm, October 28, 2019
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds are going to play a big outdoor London show next year

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds are going to play a one-off London show.

The band will perform at Kenwood House, the English Heritage site overlooking Hampstead Heath, on 21st June 2020. Tickets go on general sale from 9am on Friday 1st November.

The show's blurb reads: "Noel will bring his 11-piece High Flying Birds line up to Kenwood House, providing a chance for fans to hear the band perform classics from earlier Oasis albums, alongside hits from his solo albums and 2019 EPs. The current touring personnel of the band includes former Oasis bandmates Gem Archer, Mike Rowe, and Chris Sharrock."

The Heritage Live Concert Series has previously hosted artists such as Kris Kristofferson, Madness, Hacienda Classical and more, with further acts for 2020 still to be announced.

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