Liam Gallagher announces a free show to thank NHS staff



Liam Gallagher has announced that he will perform a free show to show gratitude for the NHS staff and careworkers. The concert will be held in the O2 Arena in London on 29th October to thank them for their tireless efforts and hard work during the coronavirus pandemic.

The 'Don't Look Back in Anger' hitmaker announced on Twitter that it is an honor for him to be doing this gig. He commended them for their strength and stated that the people were lucky to have them.
It was later revealed that the sale of tickets will begin from 15th April 2020 and will have a limit of two for each application. At 9 am on Wednesday, NHS staff and careworkers will be allowed to buy the tickets for themselves and a guest.

The criteria explicitly stated that the only ones eligible to apply for the tickets are NHS staff along with NHS contract staff. These people should be employed in at least one of the NHS hospitals operating in the United Kingdom. On the day of the event, the ticket holders have been instructed to carry their Primary Care Trust ID card in original format or a valid NHS ID. They can also provide details of their employment if they are NHS contract staff.

Moreover, the name on their ticket should be the same as the one on their NHS ID or they will be denied admission. If they have applied for a guest then they should be accompanied by them at the time of entry.

Liam has shown support for the National Health Service in times of this crisis. Previously on Twitter, he paid tribute to all those manning the front lines helping defeat the virus on World Health Day. He called upon the health workers asking them to step forward and make themselves known. He added a hashtag for World Health Day after.

The Script, Manic Street Preachers and Liam Gallagher are only some of the numerous stars who have declared that they will have free shows to thank the NHS workers for their tireless efforts.

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