He was supposed to play Ormeau Park this weekend
Liam Gallagher has canceled an upcoming show in Belfast this weekend after “falling off a helicopter” from his Isle of Wight set.
Posting on Twitter after the accident, Gallagher shared a photo of his injuries with a post that said: “So look at this I fell from a helicopter last night, not you [write] This.”
Earlier in the day, he closed the day at the Isle of Wight festival with a set that included several of his singles along with some classic Oasis hits.
Gallagher has now revealed that he broke his nose after a fall and is unable to sing, forcing him to postpone his show at Belfast’s Ormeau Park until June 24, 2022.
“Absolutely disappointed to have my Belfast show canceled this weekend. I had an accident after the IOW festival and my nose is cracked so I can’t sing. The doctors have told me to rest. Tickets Apologies to all who bought it.. the show is being rescheduled…
I am utterly disappointed to have my Belfast show canceled this weekend. I had an accident after the IOW festival and I have a broken nose so I can’t sing. Doctors have told me to take rest. Apologies to all those who have bought tickets.. Show is being rescheduled… I will complete it. LG X pic.twitter.com/DNC1R8Ng1r
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) September 21, 2021
All tickets for the show will remain valid.
During this, Oasis Nebworth 1996, A documentary capturing the iconic show, is released in theaters this weekend.
Yesterday (20 September), previously unseen footage of Oasis performing ‘Champagne Supernova’ with The Stone Roses guitarist John Squire was also shared ahead of the film’s release..
In a five-star review of the documentary, Granthshala said: “For those who were there, the film provides a portal into a golden age. For everyone else, it is reminiscent of those special teen years – when a plastic cup full of hot lager in a park and a The sunny afternoon makes for the biggest adventure of your life.
Last week, meanwhile, the film’s director Jake Scott said he thinks the band will get back together.
“I would love to think so. It would be lovely,” he said Granthshala. “Oh my god this would be great wouldn’t it? Music has gotten so manipulated in the studio now. Just to see a solid rock n’ roll band again would be a wonderful thing.”