Liam Gallagher humorously hints at (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? anniversary shows

He's going to keep playing Oasis tunes whether you like it or not, Noel - might as well get involved.

Danny Jones Danny Jones - 12th June 2024

Amidst his current run of Definitely Maybe anniversary shows, Liam Gallagher has hinted at the possibility of doing a similar tour for when (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? turns 30 next year.

The younger Gallagher brother is currently playing Oasis’ iconic debut album in full along with some cult favourite B-sides across the UK as we speak, and is set to return to Manchester this weekend for two massive shows at the Co-op Live Arena.

So far, the current anniversary tour has gone down an absolute storm and given that their similarly acclaimed sophomore album reaches the same landmark birthday in 2025, fans are now wondering whether the 51-year-old will see fit to do another back-to-back anniversary tour.

As it happens, while Noel Gallagher continues to play down any hopes of a fully-fledged reunion between the two, Liam is more than happy to keep rolling out the Oasis hits on his own terms and could very well be repeating a winning formula with (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? next year.

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He had to get the (What’s The Story) rumours circling in typical LG fashion (Credit: Liam Gallagher via X)

As you can see, LG quipped that he hasn’t got much else on next year so far and while we can never tell how seriously to take the legendary Manc singer ramblings online, you never know…


In fact, the whole Definitely Maybe anniversary tour was announced via nothing more than an out-of-the-blue tweet (when it was still called Twitter) from the man himself back in October 2023 and here we are a few months later preparing for four sold-out nights at Manchester’s newest and biggest arena.

The thing is with Liam: he often says and does whatever he wants, so if he does genuinely desire to do another anniversary tour not only for their follow-up album but everything the band ever released, we wouldn’t be surprised one bit if he gets his way.


That being said, Noel does regain the rights to all the music Oasis ever released next year, so who knows how that might affect any plans for more greatest hits-type tours. On the other hand, you get tribute bands doing exactly that all over the globe so what’s stopping the former frontman himself?

Until Noel finally caves in, we’re content listening to these blokes and Liam just rolling back the years.

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We’re sure we speak for most fans when we say we’d much rather the two just kiss and make up already but, in the meantime, we’ll absolutely keep buying tickets to see Liam representing both Gallaghers and decades of the biggest and best music this country ever produced.

As he put it in another post earlier this week: “There’s only 1 way forward and it f***ing backwards. Definitely Maybe”.


In fact, hopeful whispers have once again been picking up after fans spotted seats reserved for Noel at his little brother’s shows at London’s O2 Arena.

As for those of you heading to any of the four Definitely Maybe anniversary shows this month, you can find out all the important information you need down below.

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