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Former Oasis frontman, Liam Gallagher, will play an intimate gig in Blackburn on April 27 to promote a new trainer partnership with Adidas. All proceeds from the event will be donated to a local charity which helps homeless and vulnerably housed young people.
Gallagher said: “I’m glad to announce my new collaboration with Adidas Spezial. It’s our take on the one and only Barrington Smash and it’s absolutely incredible. And if that’s not enough to blow your wig off, I’m going to be playing The King George’s Hall in Blackburn, Lancashire.
“All proceeds from the gig will be in aid of Nightsafe, a local homeless charity.”
Nightsafe was founded in 1990 and continues to support 16- to 24-year-olds in Blackburn and Darwen. The charity is based on the vision that “every young person that comes through Nightsafe’s door will have a roof over their head, live in a safe environment, be treated with kindness, dignity and respect and achieve their potential.”
Jan Larkin, CEO of Nightsafe, said, “We are incredibly touched at the generosity of Liam, Gary [Aspden, founder of Adidas Spezial] and the Adidas team for holding the concert.