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April 2020
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Liam Gallagher just played a secret set at Latitude 2018 - check out the photos

The ex-Oasis frontman was a surprise guest at this year's festival.
Published: 7:08 pm, July 14, 2018 Photos: Jamie MacMillan.

Last month, Latitude promised an “iconic secret act” at this year's event. Earlier today, ex-or-maybe-not-ex-but-y’know-Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher tweeted an image of a ‘Welcome to Suffolk’ sign, with the caption “Lovely this time of year or so I hear”.

Seemed suspicious. And so it turned out, as r'kid turned up on Saturday afternoon in the 6music tent to play a not-so-surprise set. Mixing in solo takes with Oasis bangers, you can check out our photos here.

Liam Gallagher just played a secret set at Latitude 2018 - check out the photos
Liam Gallagher just played a secret set at Latitude 2018 - check out the photos
Liam Gallagher just played a secret set at Latitude 2018 - check out the photos
Liam Gallagher just played a secret set at Latitude 2018 - check out the photos
Liam Gallagher just played a secret set at Latitude 2018 - check out the photos
Liam Gallagher just played a secret set at Latitude 2018 - check out the photos

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