Liam Gallagher’s 2022 Knebworth shows to be immortalised in documentary coming to cinemas

Former Oasis member Liam Gallagher has announced that a new documentary will be coming to cinemas this winter. A documentary following his Knebworth House performances is due to hit the screens from Thursday, November 17.

The Mancunian made his return to the popular Herts venue, where he made history with brother Noel as Oasis, to perform two sell-out shows during the June bank holiday weekend. The event, which Liam said would be “history- part two” took place on Friday, June 3 and Saturday, June 4.

The Knebworth event coincided with a third solo album, C’mon You Know , attaining Liam’s third number one spot for a studio release in the album charts. Tickets for the documentary come on sale from Friday, October 21.

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Liam posted the news of the latest cinema release on his Instagram to over 1.6 million fans. The post reads: “..beyond Biblical. Liam Gallagher – Knebworth 22. The new documentary, in cinemas from Thursday 17th November for a limited time. Tickets go on sale Friday, 21st October 9am BST. Link in stories.”

Followers were quick to comment on the post, sharing their excitement for the documentary’s release and how much they loved his Knebworth performance. One follower said: “One of the best days of my life! My brother, best friend and I travelled from Canada for the show!”

One user also said: “OH MY GOD YES” whilst another wrote: “Can’t wait for this! Hope we can see it in France.”

The show’s website is also currently advertising the documentary, and reads: “Knebworth 22 is a new feature-length documentary that traces Liam back to the site of his former band’s defining performances, including all-new interviews, behind the scenes and concert footage captured from 20 camera positions.

“The film also goes a little bit further, seeking out stories and perspectives from collaborators and fans of different generations from around the world, transposing the emotional and social context of the 90s’ shows versus the tumult of our current era.”


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