On The Beach: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Tickets

Brighton Beach, Brighton.

16+ only. 16s to 17s must be accompanied by an adult. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets.

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
GENERAL ADMISSION (18+) - 4TH RELEASE £66.94 (£59.50)
GENERAL ADMISSION (16-17) £61.88 (£55.00)
GENERAL ADMISSION (18+) - 1ST RELEASE £55.69 (£49.50) Sold out
GENERAL ADMISSION (18+) - 2ND RELEASE £59.06 (£52.50) Sold out
GENERAL ADMISSION (18+) - 3RD RELEASE £61.88 (£55.00) Sold out
VIP (18+) £168.75 (£150.00) Sold out
Includes separate entry, seating area, private bar and toilets, as well as general event admission. VIP Tickets are strictly 18+. No refunds will be issued for tickets purchased for under 18s.

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More information about On The Beach: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds tickets

Closing the 2023 On The Beach summer series in style we are thrilled to announce that British rock royalty Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds band will be headlining the iconic Brighton Beach on Sunday 30th July.

A trailblazing staple of British rock - starting all the way back when Oasis first made an irreversible dent in global music taste back in the 90s. Noel Gallagher has spent his three-plus decade career cementing himself as a historic singer-songwriter, continuously building on an inimitable catalogue of anthems, chart-toppers and ballads. Along with High Flying Birds, Noel's universally reaching lyrics have found him performing in the world's biggest venues - headlining shows in over 30 countries.

Joined on the show by three more British acts ubiquitous with rock song writing; The Vaccines, who have gone from strength to strength since their smash debut 'If You Wanna' first hit our radios, The Coral, Who's timely classics 'Dreaming of You' and 'In The Morning' still stand tall amongst the band's contemporary work, and Gaz Coombes, whose solo career has seen him expand his sonic palette into broader and bolder territories beyond his work as part of Supergrass.

This is set to be a suitably epic night to close off two weekends of world-class music on one of Britain's most historic coastal settings.