The show must go on, sang Freddie Mercury. Obviously, Liam Gallagher does not intend to follow this doctrine. Late Friday evening, the former singer of the group Oasis began his concert as part of the Beauregard festival and, after about thirty minutes, abruptly left the stage, visibly irritated, under the boos of the public.
It was only on Saturday that the “bad boy” of English rock gave an explanation. On Twitter, he apologized for having cut short his concert, citing “laryngitis”, also responsible according to him for the cancellation of his show scheduled for Sunday in Cognac. “Last night I was so disappointed to have to cut the set short,” he wrote.
The organizers of the festival have declined any responsibility. “Since Wednesday, John [le surnom du festival] and its teams make every effort to best welcome festival-goers, partners, teams and of course, artists. We would like to point out that Liam Gallagher has cut short his concert for reasons completely unrelated to the festival, ”said the organizers in a press release. “We are sorry for this situation, but the professionalism of our teams cannot be called into question,” they add.
Vianney defends the festival
Ninho and Vianney had played on the same stage before the arrival of Liam Gallagher, “pop icon” who was to “present his 3rd solo album C’mon You Know ”, according to the website of the festival. In a tweet published this Saturday, the interpreter of Not here also indicated: “The Beauregard teams were on top. Adorable volunteers, crazy public. »
Organized in the town of Hérouville-Saint-Clair (Calvados), the Beauregard festival, which was created in 2009, lasts until Sunday. And we hope that all the artists still on the poster will not decide to follow in the footsteps of Liam Gallagher.