Liam Gallagher: All warned to seek cash from Blackburn charity gig

A WARNING has been issued to anyone tempted to buy tickets for Liam Gallagher’s concert in Blackburn on April 27.

The winners were notified this morning (April 23), but already some people have been looking to make a profit by trying to sell the tickets at inflated prices online.

A spokesperson for King George’s Hall – where the concert is due to take place – said anyone showing up with a ticket that was not won in the lottery will be refused entry.

Tickets could only be won by purchasing a copy of the Lancashire Telegraph or an Adidas ballot.

The venue said: “You are reminded that tickets for the Liam Gallagher concert are not to be sold or auctioned. Ticket allocations are personal and non-transferable. Selling a ticket immediately renders the ticket invalid.

“You will be refused entry if you have not won your ticket in the official raffle, so please do not purchase tickets from any source.

“Identity and security checks will take place at the site.”

Those lucky enough to have been selected will be asked to donate £20 per ticket, with all proceeds going to Blackburn-based homeless charity Nightsafe.

News of Liam’s exclusive gig broke last Monday, when it was revealed that the Britpop legend was gearing up for the release of a new adidas collaboration with Darwen designer Gary Aspden.

Liam said: “I am happy to announce my new collaboration with adidas Spezial. This is our take on the one and only Barrington Smash and it’s absolutely amazing.

“”And if that’s not enough to blow your wig off, I’m going to play at King George’s Hall in Blackburn.

“All proceeds from the concert will be donated to Nightsafe, a local homeless charity.”

Blackburn with Darwen is credited as Spezial’s birthplace and the gig will be Liam’s first time performing there.

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