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Noel Gallagher announces huge Dreamland Margate show – and here’s how you can get tickets

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NOEL Gallagher has announced a huge summer show at Dreamland, Margate and we can’t wait.

If like us, you’re itching to see the Oasis rocker, here’s what you need to know to get tickets to Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.

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Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will play the one off summer show this June, and it’s sure to be a hit.

Tickets will go on sale February 11 at 10am from AXS, so set your alarms now.

Taking place on June 8, it’s a great way to kick off festival season, as Noel joins a host of fabulous names announced for Dreamland Margate this summer.

None other than Paul Weller, Craig David and Tom Grennan will appear across July and August so it’s not to be missed.

Tickets will set back revellers £45 plus, and all under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.

Earlier this month Noel hinted a return to Glastonbury, as  the High Flying Birds frontman is preparing to return to Worthy Farm this summer after he was pencilled in to play the Pyramid stage on Saturday June 25.

Noel, 54, previously said he wouldn’t play live this year unless it was at the famous music festival.

He explained: “I had a plan anyway – by the end of 2019 was to take 2020 off, then 2021 was writing, 2022 was recording, then go back out in 2023 – so I’m still ahead of schedule.

“I’m not planning on doing anything till 2023 anyway, but if Glastonbury happens and they want me to do it, I’ll do that.” 

Luckily for Noel fans, looks like he’s playing Dreamland too.

  • Get tickets to see Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – click here


Not your thing, tickets for Duran Duran’s 2022 shows are now available.

Legendary pop duo Tears For Fears are also playing a series of concerts next year.

And don’t miss twinkly-eyed crooner Michael Buble’s UK tour either.




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