LIAM Gallagher's return to the stage with a Definitely Maybe tour sold out almost instantly.
The Live Forever singer even added two new dates earlier this morning but tickets were hoovered up by 10.30am.
The former Oasis frontman will be performing the defunct band's 1994 debut album in its entirety on stage next year.
Ticketmaster, LiveNation and SeeTickets opened their sale at 9am today with prices starting from £49.
SeeTickets were the last to sell out, with Liam, 51, notified around 10.35am.
He tweeted: "Thank you for the continued BIBLICAL support bring on the summer can’t f******g wait LG x"
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Fans who missed out replied in their droves – and others tried to flog tickets for a colossal profit beneath his post.
One person snapped: "Why would you not do it at bigger venues like footy stadiums you could very easily still sell out Wembley????"
Another fumed: "Didn't get one so f**k off."
Another bitter fan reacted: "Everyone that has brought tickets to resell should be banned. It’s criminal the amounts the tickets are up for resale. Such a shame as your real fans can’t get tickets."
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One more heartbroken fan said: "Got 2 tickets, wouldn’t let me buy with any bank or credit card, eventually get klarna approved. Credit checked money taken and got zero tickets. Needed disabled access as well so what hope have I got. Gutted."
Another cheeky reseller pitched beneath his post: "Liam gallagher ticket for sale 27th june £400."
Liam, now a solo artist following Oasis's breakup in 2009, this week announced: "I'm bouncing around the house to announce the Definitely Maybe tour.
"The most important album of the Nineties, bar none.
He added: "I wouldn't be anywhere without it and neither would you, so let's celebrate together."
Released in August 1994, Definitely Maybe propelled Liam and older songwriter brother Noel, 56, to fame.
It comes as fellow nineties sensations Take That and US rockers the Smashing Pumpkins have also announced UK tour dates here for next year.
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