Manchester comes to Cornwall when Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds play an Eden Session this summer.
The band have scored a hat-trick of number one albums in the UK since they first emerged in 2011 with their eponymous album on Sour Mash Records. The follow-up, Chasing Yesterday, was released in 2015 and featured live favourites In the Heat of the Moment and Lock all the Doors. Their third album, Who Built The Moon? was recorded with renowned producer, DJ and composer David Holmes and was released in 2017. Who Built The Moon? was also a record-breaking 10th consecutive chart-topping studio album in the UK for Noel. No other artist has achieved such a feat.
Noel has now been one of the UK’s most loved and successful songwriters for over a quarter of a century. He won the 2018 Q Award for Outstanding Contribution To Music and Best Solo Artist – adding to his list of prestigious accolades including the Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Song Collection in 2013, NME Godlike Genius Award in 2012 and the Q Icon Award.
Tickets go on general release, subject to availability, at 4pm on Tuesday 11 February, and will be available online via the Sessions website.
Standard arena tickets are £50 plus £5 booking fee, and also include entry to Eden during the day of the Session and the day after if you fancy coming back for further exploration.
Sessions Plus packages will also be available for this Session…
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