NOEL GALLAGHER’S HIGH FLYING BIRDS in concert this evening in Milan (Info and setlist)

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Only Italian date, this evening 08 November at the Mediolanum Forum in Milan, for NOEL GALLAGHER’S HIGH FLYING BIRD.

In 2023 Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds released his fourth studio album, “Council Skies” in June (READ THE REVIEW)

From the album’s evocative title to the cover art, to the lyrics themselves, “Council Skies” sees Noel Gallagher bringing a more personal perspective, reclaiming his past and paying homage to his Mancunian roots. His most varied and complete solo record, Noel’s new album is a record characterized by confidence, risk-taking, confident creative freedom and great emotional depth.

Noel last night, being the great football fan that he is. he was in the stands at San Siro to watch the Champions League match between Milan and Paris Saint Germain.


Noel will play a selection of songs from the new album, favorites from his solo career and Oasis classics.

Pretty Boy
Council Skies
Open the Door, See What You Find
We’re Gonna Get There in the End
You Know We Can’t Go Back
We’re on Our Way Now
In the Heat of the Moment
If I Had a Gun…
AKA… What a Life!
Dead in the Water
Going Nowhere
(Oasis cover)
The Importance of Being Idle
(Oasis cover)
The Masterplan
(Oasis cover)
Half the World Away
(Oasis cover)
Little by Little
(Oasis cover)

Quinn the Eskimo (The Mighty Quinn)
(Bob Dylan cover)
Live Forever
(Oasis cover)
Don’t Look Back in Anger
(Oasis cover)
Blue Moon
(Rodgers & Hart song) (Elvis Presley version)


8 November – Mediolanum Forum in Milan


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