Tickets for former Oasis frontman's High Flying Birds gigs in London, Manchester and Nottingham sell out in moments.
Noel Gallagher fans have been left disappointed after thousands of tickets for his new tour sold out in less than 10 minutes.
The former Oasis frontman is taking his new band, High Flying Birds, on a European tour in March next year.
Tickets went on sale via Gallagher's website at 9am for the O2 arena in London, Phones 4u arena in Manchester and Capital FM arena in Nottingham.
However, all tickets - starting from about £60 - on the official site appeared to have been snapped up within just minutes.
Fans took to social media to celebrate being among the lucky ones to secure seats for the much-anticipated gigs.
Others expressed their disappointment on Twitter.
Fan Jack Furness said: "Standing tickets for Noel Gallagher sold out within a minute of going on sale."
Another said: "Got up at 8:30 for Noel Gallagher tickets. Sold out everywhere by 9:01... Devastated."
And Adam Ouakli said: "Wow Noel Gallagher tickets just sold out in 2 minutes..."
The tour will coincide with the release of the band's new album Chasing Yesterday, which comes out on March 2.
Speaking about the lead single, Gallagher said earlier this week: "The first single was the last track to be recorded.
"It's called 'In The Heat Of The Moment'. Is it great? Of course it is. What does it mean, it doesn't mean anything."
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