Liam Gallagher’s free NHS concert: how to apply for tickets – The Sun

LIAM Gallagher is set to perform a free concert at London's O2 Arena for NHS staff and care workers to thank them for their hard work.

The Oasis star announced the charity gig during the coronavirus lockdown, giving hard-working nurses, doctors and care staff something to look forward to as a reward for their services.

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What is Liam Gallagher: A Free Concert for NHS Workers?

Liam will perform a free concert at the O2 arena in London at the end of October to thank NHS workers for their hard work during the coronavirus pandemic.

It has not yet been announced which other acts will be joining Liam in the line-up.

But it's pretty clear brother and fellow Oasis star Noel, won't be joining him.

Earlier this month, Liam pleaded with his brother to join him on stage, writing on Twitter: "C’mon NOEL GALLAGHER."

But he insisted the charity gig would go ahead without him, telling fans: "I wanna clear a few things up.

"Oasis gig for National Health Service charity as in all money raised goes to NHS – not to me – will happen with or without Noel Gallagher.

“It may not be the same, but trust me, it’ll still blow you knickers off. As you were LG x."

According to the terms on the O2 Arena website: “NHS staff and NHS contract staff who work in NHS hospitals in the UK” can apply for tickets, at a limit of two per person.

When is Liam Gallagher: A Free Concert for NHS Workers?

The gig will take place on Thursday October, 29, 2002 at the O2 arena in London.

Writing on Twitter on April 10, Liam said: "It's an honour to announce that I will be doing a gig for the NHS and care workers at London’s The O2 on October 29th.

"They do an incredible job, we are very lucky to have them. LG x."

How do I get tickets to the concert?

Tickets to the concert were released this morning (Wednesday April 15, 2020) at 9am.

But due to high demand, this event is already sold out.

A message from Liam on the Live Nation ticket website reads: "I want to thank everyone who applied for tickets. Due to high demand the event is now sold out. Congratulations to the people who got their hands on some, it's going to be an amazing night of Rock n Roll for the NHS!".

Full terms and condition about tickets and the concert can be found on the O2 website.


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