Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds set to swoop into Seoul for July gig

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds frontman Noel Gallagher [MATT CROCKETT]

English rock band Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds is jetting to Seoul for a concert on July 26, concert organizer LiveNation Korea announced Thursday.

It will be the English rock legend and his band’s first return to Korea in seven months. The band held two concerts in November at Jamsil Area last year, with an additional date later added after the first concert quickly sold out.

“Living young and invincible, aren’t you? I’ll see you in the summer,” Gallagher posted in Korean on his X account on Thursday.


The band will be joined by special guests Korean indie rock band Silica Gel. The four-member band is known for hits including “No Pain” (2022) and “Tik Tak Tok” (2024). Silica Gel received three awards at the Korean Music Awards held last month including the award for Best Modern Rock Song for the band’s third consecutive time as well as the award for Musician of the Year.

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, created in 2011 by Gallagher, is known for hit songs including "If I Had A Gun" (2011), "Riverman" (2014) and "AKA... What A Life!" (2015). Gallagher is known for his music with the English alternative rock band Oasis, which he founded with his brother Liam Gallagher.

Tickets for the concert will go on sale at Interpark Ticket starting at noon on March 21.