Noel Gallagher hails Glastonbury ‘more important than Christmas’ ahead of next Wednesday

Noel Gallagher hailed Glastonbury as ‘more important than Christmas’ ahead of his fourth appearance at the Worthy Farm festival – the first since Oasis split in 2009

Noel Gallagher has described Glastonbury as'more important than Christmas'
Noel Gallagher has described Glastonbury as ‘more important than Christmas’

Noel Gallagher hailed Glastonbury as ‘more important than Christmas’ ahead of his fourth appearance on the Worthy Farm stage on Saturday night.

The 54-year-old made his first appearance at the Somerset festival with his brother Liam, 49, at Oasis in 1994 – before returning to the band as a title artist 12 months later.

And the Britpop legend became one of the few artists to top the chart twice – when organizer Michael Eavis invited them back in 2004.

Meanwhile, the Gallagher brothers shocked the music world when they parted ways in 2009 following an ill-fated appearance at the V Festival in Staffordshire – and the brothers have barely spoken since.

Saturday night marks Noel’s fourth appearance at the festival

Noel’s last appearance at Worthy Ranch was with Oasis in 2004

This weekend, Noel and his High-Flying Birds will perform at Glastonbury for the first time since the band formed 12 years ago, and will appear on the Pyramid Stage.

“Thank God, Glastonbury is back. The New Year is here and it’s more important than Christmas,” Noel told Sun.

The Don’t Look Back In Anger star went on to discuss his plans during the weekend joke: “After I’ve sat on Macca’s (Paul McCartney’s) knee for a bit, I’ll be swinging along with the Mancunian. tiny far away… off never landed and said all right to Bez (Happy Monday) and toy box and take it from there.

“I’m looking forward to seeing The Punishers – the leading psychedelic company from Manchester, although I think they might clash with The Pink Monkeys so I’ll have to decide what I’m going to do – actually I can. both. “

The singer-songwriter went on to reveal that his favorite aspect of the festival is the social side of things, rather than the music itself.

He claims he ‘doesn’t follow the music’, preferring to roam around ‘stumbling across amazing people to go on adventures and see amazing things’.

Oasis first played Glastonbury in 1994, before making headlines a year later

However, one place where Christmas won’t take place anytime soon is China.

Earlier this month, the rocker revealed he was banned from entering the country and unable to perform any of his or Oasis hit songs because he was an “enemy of the people”.

The singer angered authorities in the communist Asian country with a charity concert he performed in 1997.

He and his bandmates Oasis were asked to perform at a Tibetan Freedom Concert in New York during a time when the Britpop band was in a boom.

The band was free to go on tour, but Noel was the only member who wanted to go on stage to perform.

However, his appearance backfired in 2009 as Oasis due to touring Beijing and Shanghai before officials in China’s Ministry of Culture discovered he had appeared at the concert. concerts, deeming them “unfit” to perform.

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