Former Oasis songwriter Noel Gallagher will perform in Lincoln for the first time at an intimate show next month.
The outspoken rock and roll star, who famously and acrimoniously split from the band after a row with younger brother Liam in 2009, will play fan favourites and material from his Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds solo project.
Noel’s current and former bands have sold over 70 million records all around the world, with his most recent album ‘Chasing Yesterday’ being one of the 10 biggest selling albums of 2015 so far.
Tickets for the event at Bishop Grosseteste University on Saturday, December 5, can only be won through a competition run by Lincs FM.
The radio station has 50 tickets to give away, with the winners drawn out at random and contacted after the closing date for entries on Saturday, November 28.
The gig will start at 6pm and will last approximately one hour.
Lincs FM’s Head of Music Eddie Shaw said: “It’s a real honour to welcome one of Britain’s best songwriters of all time to Lincolnshire for our last up-close concert of the year.
“The lucky listeners who win tickets are in for such a huge treat.”