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It looks like Richard Ashcroft is supporting Liam Gallagher at tonight’s Finsbury Park show
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Rumours of an acoustic set are circulating

Richard Ashcroft could be supporting Liam Gallagher at tonight’s Finsbury Park show (June 29).

The gig marks the Oasis frontman’s biggest solo show to date and support from the likes of Wolf Alice, Loyle Carner and The Sherlock’s have already been confirmed.

However, rumours of an acoustic set from Ashcroft have been circulating after the leak of an alleged stage times sheet. You can see that below.

Don’t you just love surprises?? ???? #FinsburyPark @liamgallagher @richardashcroft pic.twitter.com/DHK2Es3UK5

— Neil Handy (@HandyNeil) June 29, 2018

Fans are also tweeting that they’ve spotted Ashcroft walking around the Finsbury park site. Earlier this week, Gallagher also praised Ashcroft, tweeting “Richard Ashcroft proper front man not many of us left.”

Richard Ashcroft proper front man not many of us left

— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) June 24, 2018

According to the official stage times, Wolf Alice will perform at 18:50 with Gallagher beginning his set at 20:55. Fans believe there is too big of a gap between the two, prompting more rumours of Ashcroft’s set.

Ashcroft was also one of the artists to support The Rolling Stones earlier this month. Gallagher supported them on their opening night back in May.

The pair also toured North America together last month and Ashcroft previously supported Gallagher on his gigs in Malahide Castle and Gardens in Dublin on June 15 as well as the Belsonic at Ormeau Park in Belfast on June 16.

Gallagher previously teased one of the support acts for the Finsbury Park show in the summer, describing the artist in question as a “biblical brother”.

29/06/2018 19:15:37
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