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Gerry Cinnamon announced as support act for Liam Gallagher's Australian tour

Liam Gallagher has announced that Gerry Cinnamon will be joining him on his major tour of Australia.

In a tour which begins at Brisbane’s Fortitude Musical Hall in early December, Cinnamon will follow the string of dates through Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Fremantle and Auckland.

Announcing the tour, Gallagher said: “Looking forward to ripping a few lids of a few tinnies down under with the mighty GC not her r Gerry parkas n caps in the area yours truly the most important human being on wait for it,” in a post on social media.

Gallagher has also confirmed that tickets for his Australian tour dates will go on sale Thursday September 5.

The news of Cinnamon joining Gallagher on his Australian tour comes after Slowthai dropped out of Gallagher’s UK tour.

The major tour, which come in support of Gallagher’s upcoming second solo album Why Me? Why Notwill see Gallagher and his band perform at 11 different arena venues across the UK. 

It was only in July that Gallagher confirmed the addition of Slowthai, taking to social media in his appraisal of the Northampton-born musician: “I’m delighted to announce tickets are on sale for my UK tour and the one and only Slowthai will be main support.”

Gallagher added at the time: “I’ve seen Slowthai on Soccer AM and he had a bit of a Johnny Rottenvibe about him,” in an interview with Matt Wilkinson. “I think he’s going to come on tour with us in November. Because it’s alright having a load of guitar bands on there, but it does get a bit…”

With ticket sales going well and Gallagher slowly releasing new music, the singer has been hit with a blow after Slowthai has been forced to remove himself from the tour. “Listen up all you boppers out there in the big city, all you street people with an ear fo the action. Slowthai has pulled out of the UK tour. Gutted,” Gallagher said without providing a reason for the decision.

Liam Gallagher’s UK tour dates are:
November 11: Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
November 12: Birmingham Arena
November 14: Aberdeen P&J Live
November 15: Glasgow SSE Hydro
November 17: Newcastle Utilita Arena
November 18: Sheffield FlyDSA Arena
November 20: Manchester Arena
November 21: Liverpool M&S Bank Arena
November 24: Dublin 3 Arena
November 26: Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
November 28-29: London O2 Arena