Ever since he split from Oasis in October 2009, Noel has gone from strength to strength with his new band High Flying Birds. And now you can see him at Wembley Arena, playing songs from their debut album, alongside a selection of old Noel Gallagher classics.
With a capacity of 12,000 Wembley Arena is London’s second largest indoor arena after The O2. It is situated next to Wembley Stadium and has excellent bar and food facilities. It hosts everything from rock and pop concerts to comedy and sporting events.
MOGON – “i dont like big stadiums because you cant see whats going on and little places are too noise and crushed but Wembley Arena is about the right size. it doesnt have as much atmosphere as somehwre like the O2 though but its still… more”
If you like this, here are some more concerts at Wembley Arena…
Mcfly at Wembley Arena – 18th May 2013 McFly are hitting the road in Spring for their “Best of McFly” tour, in support of their latest album “Memory Lane”. “Memory Lane” is a collection of McFly’s greatest hits including ‘All About You’, ‘One For The Radio’ and ‘Shine A Light’.
Who at Wembley Arena – 8th July 2013 The legendary Who will be ending their “Quadrophenia And More Tour” with a special show at the Wembley Arena, in aid of the Double O charity. The show will see The Who perform their classic “Quadrophenia” LP in its entirety, alongside a selection of some of their best other tracks.
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